Newsday Tuesday

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Favorite Tweets:

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Favorite Search Terms:

  • tooth fairy coloring book: I can only imagine a child finding this under their pillow and being upset it isn’t a quarter.   I still think you’re a good parent.
  • hobbit coloring sheets: We’ve got some crayons on the blog recently.  This was too exciting not to post.  How would you even begin to color those hairy feet?
  • open windows and books: This is a lovely sentiment.
  • what dr seuss books really mean: Little did you know he was a political cartoonist during WWII.

Book News:


6 responses to “Newsday Tuesday

  • Bea

    I just loved the book nooks pic, and so I traveled over to see the others. I do believe you could create your own in your library. All you need to do is remove the closet doors, closet shelves, do some planning and some painting….and WOW, your very own nook!
    Great Newsday Tuesday, now let me read on.

  • alenaslife

    I love your tweet connections Cassie.

  • di @ life of di.

    I’m not surprised that print book sales were down in 2012. As much as I love books and reading, I rarely ever buy them. I really don’t know what I would do without the public library – it is a book lovers dream.

    The only books that I find myself buying anymore are half-priced books and books that I know I’ll be taking notes in. What about you? Do you often buy books?

    • Cassie

      I wish I could say I bought more retail priced books, but I don’t. I buy a lot (more than the average person) but I also buy used, Better World Books, or go to the library. I do love going into B&N and I’ll buy books I’m dying to read when they first come out, but the rest can wait. I say this while hoping that no bookstores die. I really need to invest in my locals and just shell out the money.

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