With Apologies to Hornby: April 2019

Books ReadNone Books Bought/Found/GivenDolefully, a Rampart Stands – Paige Ackerson-KielyArlo Finch in the Lake of the Moon – John AugustWriting Hard Stories: Celebrated Memoirists Who Shaped Art from Trauma – Melanie BrooksSilence In the Woods – J.P. ChoquetteThe Disasters – M.K. EnglandThe Familiars – Stacey HallMidnight in Chernobyl – Adam HigginbothamCarry On – Rainbow RowellDMT: …

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With Apologies to Hornby: March 2019

Books readAn American Harvest: How One Family Moved from Dirt-Poor Farming to a Better Life in the Early 1800s – Cardy Raper Books Bought/Found/GivenPolitical Fictions– Joan DidionFunny, You Don’t Look Autistic: A Comedian’s Guide to Life on the Spectrum – Michael McCreary This happens every year. February ends, and I exhale a big sigh of …

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With Apologies to Hornby: February 2019

Books readOperation Trojan Horse – John A. KeelThe Riverside Reader – Joseph F. Trimmer, Maxine HairstonWild Delicate Sounds: 29 Wildlife Encounters – Charles Finn Books bought/found/givenAn American Harvest: How One Family Moved from Dirt-Poor Farming to a Better Life in the Early 1900s – Cardy RaperAvengers: Ultron Unbound – Roy Thomas, Dave Ross, and othersBatman/Judge …

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With Apologies to Hornby: January 2019

Books readA Princess of Mars – Edgar Rice BurroughsMarch: Book 1 – John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, Nate PowellThe Canada Geese Quilt – Natalie Kinsey-Warnock, Leslie W. BowmanScary Stories to Tell In the Dark – Alvin Schwartz, Stephen GammellMore Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark – Alvin Schwartz, Stephen GammellThe Academy of Hay – Julia …

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