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Saturday, 26 July 2014

A Winter's Worth of Reading


Garage sales this morning yielded such treasure... free books. Not just any old books but really good reading. My stack is delightfully tall and I know that come the dark days of winter I'll have lots to keep me occupied. Here are some pics of some of my treasure trove. I'm especially excited to have the book with the contrasting views of C.S.Lewis and Sigmund Freud.




                Obviously some of the books were for my little grandson.


These are for my collection of Jan Brett books!   One of my sisters and I collect children's books in general and Jan Brett in particular!



I have no idea about this author but will give her a try.  Also in this picture are four as new tea towels that cost a dollar for all.  I do love a bargain.


I'm off to make  supper now. Hope your weekend is going along smoothly!!   Granny M.

4 comments:

  1. What a windfall of free books...to feed the soul and to fire the imagination for both you and your grandson! And what a gift from the generous giver of these books at the garage sale - bouquets to whoever they may be!
    Ellabie

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  2. Wonderful books! I've read the Francis Chan book and the C.S. Lewis one looks fascinating! Jan Brett is a favorite illustrator of mine, too. I love to find books for my granddaughters. What is the book to the left of "Crazy Love"? It's a great feeling to have a good stash of books for winter reading! :)

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  3. Hi Lisa, The book you're referring to is Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom. This is a book I've read in the past but am very happy to have my own copy.

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  4. Hi Granny! Wow! You found some great books! I love the tea towels, too!

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