Hello everyone! I know it’s been a while since my last post, but I’m back! Today I actually have something that I want to talk about, something that I’ve recently learned about and just can’t understand: banning books. 967 more words
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Title: 84, Charing Cross Road
Author: Helene Hanff
Publisher: Penguin Books
For the longest time now, I had been wanting to read “84, Charing Cross Road” by Helene Hanff. 286 more words
This morning, Penguin Books’ Canada imprint tweeted out this message to 25,000 excited followers:
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We spy a group of girls with dragon tattoos in downtown Toronto.
Their first meeting was not in a romantic environment-warm, cozy, bright. Rather it was the time when all hell broke loose-fire leaping at the eyes of her eyes-she is going through torment that no individual ever desires to undergo-and he, has been hit by a bullet. 940 more words
“Tropic of Cancer” by Henry Miller
(First publication: 1934 / This edition: Penguin Modern Classics 2015)
Taken on a lazy afternoon in bed. The little purple paper thing on the side is an “aromatic bookmark” from Karmakamet and it smells like cranberries. 597 more words
Eighty amazing easy one-pot recipes from around the world – from jambalaya to bouillabaisse, from curries to tagines, to boeuf bourguignon and beyond!
ULTIMATE ONE-POT DISHES by 310 more words