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You shouldn’t try to stop everything from happening. Sometimes you’re supposed to feel awkward. Sometimes you’re supposed to be vulnerable in front of people. Sometimes it’s necessary because it’s all part of you getting to the next part of yourself. Cecelia Ahern, The Book of Tomorrow (via simply-quotes)

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faultinourstarsmovie:

True love has arrived.
Available in the US: http://bit.ly/TFIOS-bluray

We can’t wait to watch The Fault In Our Stars over and over and over again…plus, we gotta check out John Green’s deleted scene!

penguinteen:

faultinourstarsmovie:

True love has arrived.

Available in the US: http://bit.ly/TFIOS-bluray

We can’t wait to watch The Fault In Our Stars over and over and over again…plus, we gotta check out John Green’s deleted scene!

Give us a call or stop by the Young Reader’s department to sign up!

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Today’s #reviewsdaytuesday is The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie. It’s a heart rending look at life in contemporary Indian reservations, through the eyes of a young Native American. In the face of adversity he finds kindness, hope and perseverance, yet the book does not downplay the tragedy and institutionalized poverty that encompasses the lives of everyone on the rez. It was an amazing read, sad and funny and achingly honest. #shermanalexie #reviewsdaytues #yalit #bookreview #reading

Today’s #reviewsdaytuesday is The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie. It’s a heart rending look at life in contemporary Indian reservations, through the eyes of a young Native American. In the face of adversity he finds kindness, hope and perseverance, yet the book does not downplay the tragedy and institutionalized poverty that encompasses the lives of everyone on the rez. It was an amazing read, sad and funny and achingly honest. #shermanalexie #reviewsdaytues #yalit #bookreview #reading

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Reading Women (2012 - 2013), Carrie Schneider

  1. Rena reading Zadie Smith, Megha reading Edith Wharton.
  2. Flávia reading Clarice Lispector, Bianca reading Sylvia Plath.
  3. Evan reading Anne Lamott, Aura reading Maarit Verronen.
  4. Sara reading Miranda July, Sheree reading Angela Carter.
  5. Hsiao-Jou reading Fang-Yi Sheu, Heather reading Chris Kraus.
  6. Cauleen reading Gwendolyn Brooks, Molly reading Roseanne Barr.
  7. Sarah reading Zora Neale Hurston, Vicky reading Gloria Fuertes.
  8. Alyssa reading Patti Smith, Yala reading Susan Sontag.
  9. Whitney reading Terry Tempest Williams, Naomi reading Adrian Piper.
  10. Kelly reading Gabrielle Hamilton, Amy reading Michelle Cliff.

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I love how much Maggie Stiefvater loves cars.

I love how much Maggie Stiefvater loves cars.

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Trailer – “The Mockingjay Lives”

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