I present to you my new old books: To Kill a Mockinbird, Last Exit to Normal, Brutal, A Room With a View, The Hunger Games, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, Dune, Of Human Bondage, Robinson Crusoe, The Witching Hour, The Unbearable Lightness of Being and Ghostgirl which is not in this photo because my youngest daughter was reading it.
I knew all of the book titles except for Brutal, however it is by Michael Harmon, whom also wrote The Last Exit to Normal which makes it easier for me to bring it home.
The Robinson Crusoe edition is printed on these wonderfully thick and nice to the touch pages.
To Kill a Mockingbird is the 35th anniversary edition (1995).
The Hunger Games is 1st edition (October 2008) print.
Dune is a 25th anniversary edition (September 1990).
Here is how they look in our library area.
My Who poster is from one of the most incredible concerts that I've ever attended:
The Who at The Tampa Stadium in July 29, 1989!
Some old family pictures, my LPs, cds, my Sargent Pepper figurines, many of my girls and my niece's school projects and a black and white photo (from my friend Judith) from some part in England (Not Stonehenge) are also around.
This one I haven't read before and for that reason was my first choice.
I can related to Arnold Junior Spirit problematic issues; since I grew up in two different countries, had lived in many cities, with many types of people of many kinds of social economic background and lots of different ethnic backgrounds and I as well have had to deal with racism and with issues of multi-race.
This is the view from my kitchen window, our back and front yards have been adopted by these two well kept and sweet cats without hats.
I think that they are fed by someone in the neighborhood and then spend the rest of the day between my next door neighbor and us.
We are all allergic to cats and dogs so this is as close as I can get without having to drag the tissues out of the closet.
They like to hang under a tree during the hotest part of the day.
Have a great week.