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Saturday, October 13, 2012

We Go To Liebebby

Not only did Sam get a new Thomas DVD at the liebebby today, he also checked out the book Applesauce Season since I just made some this week with fresh Vermont apples.  We parental units picked Cranford, which has been delightful thus far, to continue with our Downton-inspired obsession with period pieces.  And I scored a copy of Lincoln's Virtues: An Ethical Biography at the free books table--since I'm almost done with 1858, I thought it would be a natural follow-up, and I'm always happy to help clean out other places by making our home more cluttered.

God bless literary socialism.


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Posted by: ericka | Oct 13, 2012 8:36:04 PM

In Houston, there are two city councilmembers who believe no one should ever get anything "for free," so librarians are forced to track and issue receipts for books sold for $0.25, $0.50 or $1.00, with an occasional $2.00 book... the notion of contributing to the home education of citizens seems not to have occurred to the penny-pinchers on Council. Nonetheless, many a time I've gone into the liebebby with $3 or $4 in my pocket and come out with a stack of delightful additions to my own home liebebby. For old folks of limited means, library book sales are a godsend.

Enjoy your literary socialism! Glad to see you're getting Sam started early!

Posted by: Steve Bates | Oct 13, 2012 9:32:22 PM

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