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Banned Books Week!

Happy Banned Books Week! Apparently this means celebrating the freedom to read, not celebrating making a big bonfire out of science textbooks. Some info and links on the festivities.Here's an excellent quote from Philip Pullman.

By |2017-09-14T08:44:09+00:00September 30 2008|

Harry Potter Book Jackets

Man, I love Harry Potter books as much as the next guy, but I also feel like a nerdy nerd reading them on the tram. I just discovered these printable book jackets you can throw

By |2017-09-14T08:44:14+00:00January 29 2008|