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Redcatlady
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Any ideas for books beyond Summer?

I always think of Beowulf and Walden as winter reading, but maybe the rest of you have other reads to suggest.

 

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Re: Any ideas for books beyond Summer?

Well, I am not sure if the TWILIGHT series is considered a Classic as of yet, but I can tell you I have read them at least 5 times through.

 

I can't think of a better way to spend the day.  It doesn't matter if it is raining or sunny, you will always be taken away from the every day hum drum life.

 

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