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  • The Plot Author Wendy McClure immerses herself in the world of the Little House books after she rereads them as an adult. The tale of the Ingalls family gets a hold on her imagination and […]

    The Wilder Life (Wendy McClure)

    The Plot Author Wendy McClure immerses herself in the world of the Little House books after she rereads them as an adult. The tale of the Ingalls family gets a hold on her imagination and […]

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  • I didn’t know anything about these guys before I read the book. What I knew about it was pretty much solely from the front cover. Two friends, presumably guys, on a cross-country road trip to […]

    J’s Take on The Great Typo Hunt

    I didn’t know anything about these guys before I read the book. What I knew about it was pretty much solely from the front cover. Two friends, presumably guys, on a cross-country road trip to […]

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  • The Plot Jeff Deck, feeling motivated by his recent college reunion to get out and do something, embarks on a months long journey across the country to correct ‘typos’: errors in punctuation, spelling and grammatical […]

    The Great Typo Hunt (Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson)

    The Plot Jeff Deck, feeling motivated by his recent college reunion to get out and do something, embarks on a months long journey across the country to correct ‘typos’: errors in punctuation, spelling and grammatical […]

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  • From the book jacket:
Paul Collins and his family abandoned the hills of San Francisco to move to the Welsh countryside—to move, in fact, to the little cobblestone village of Hay-on-Wye, the “Town of Books,” boasting 1,500 inhabitants… and forty bookstores. Antiquarian bookstores, no less.
Inviting readers into a sanctuary for book lovers, and guiding us through [...]

    Sixpence House by Paul Collins: B+

    From the book jacket: Paul Collins and his family abandoned the hills of San Francisco to move to the Welsh countryside—to move, in fact, to the little cobblestone village of Hay-on-Wye, the “Town of Books,” boasting 1,500 inhabitants… and forty bookstores. Antiquarian bookstores, no less. Inviting readers into a sanctuary for book lovers, and guiding us through [...]

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  • I can't remember how Sixpence House: Lost in a Town of Books caught my attention, but it's clear why it did. It's a book about a little town full of used/antiquarian bookstores. And that town is in Wales! It's Hay-on-Wye, and I'm afraid now any trip to the UK is not only not going to [...]

    J’s Take on Sixpence House by Paul Collins

    I can't remember how Sixpence House: Lost in a Town of Books caught my attention, but it's clear why it did. It's a book about a little town full of used/antiquarian bookstores. And that town is in Wales! It's Hay-on-Wye, and I'm afraid now any trip to the UK is not only not going to [...]

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