Catch the reading bug…

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Reading has become a lost art.Reading a good book is slowly disappearing for many of us.
When was the last time you sat down and read a good book during the course of several weeks or a month?
If you haven

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  1. Avatar Erin said:

    I talked to La and she has a busy schedule coming up, so if you would like to participate in our reading club book choice of "Wicked" we will read that book in March. I can’t wait!

    January 13, 2009
  2. Avatar Erin said:

    And actually, do you know what did if for me and kept me reading growing up? It started with "Book It" in elementary school where you got the free Pizza Hut mini pizzas by reading and getting stars on a little button. Do they still have this program b/c it was wonderful.

    That, and my mom always taking us kids to the Lyons library where my aunt worked. I always loved to look through the books. I have a slight addiction to them now but never get as much time as I wish to read them.

    January 12, 2009
  3. Avatar Erin said:

    This is always my resolution (to read more… at least 12 a year which is one per month). Last year I read the entire "Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Universe" Series which is five books, "P.S. I Love You", and a book given to me by a friend called "Watermark"… only seven book completed last year… I need to do better.

    But, with the start of the new year I have already finished "Eat, Pray, Love" and I am half way through "The Last Lecture." Both are fantastic! I’m not sure what to read next but I have a reading list a mile long… I’m thinking either "His Dark Materials Omnibus" by Philip Pullman (this is the Golden Compass series) or starting the "Wicked" series.

    Actually, I know my mom, Beth, and Lala have some of the Wicked books… maybe we need to start kind of a reading club and make that our book for February… we can discuss on here… any takers? I’ll commit if you will.

    January 12, 2009
  4. Avatar La said:

    I am reading "An Exact Replica Of A Figment Of My Imagination" by Elizabeth McCracken.
    I wish I had more time to read pleasure books because I sure do read a lot of books for my classes, journals and student papers!

    January 10, 2009

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