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Tagsfiction and literature (797), novel (723), 20th century (647), 21st century (437), american literature (336), non-fiction (328), british literature (238), translation (224), canadian literature (210), children's literature (201) — see all tags

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About my libraryI own all of the books in this collection.


Favorite authorsLouis de Bernières, Haven Kimmel, Salman Rushdie (Shared favorites)

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Real nameKendra M

LocationCalgary, AB

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Member sinceJul 8, 2008

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Hi Darynne
I am enjoying the new Moosewood cookbook...The Moosewood Restaurant Cooking for Health: More Than 200 New Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes for Delicious and Nutrient-Rich Dishes. I thought of you, and lucky me, I'm getting a whole bunch of more books to put on my list from your 'recent activity'!

My only problem with the book is that it doesn't lie flat, making it difficult to read while cooking. I hate that. Must get one of those cookbook holder thingies.
Hi darynne
I found your home through Leonard Cohen's [Book of Longing] and was delighted to see Louis de Bernieres' name listed in your favourite authors. [A Partisan's Daughter]is one I enjoyed so very much. I was sharing an elevator in a Vancouver hotel with a man from Serbia whose small talk included his memory of the summer heat there. Moments later, over my solitary lunch, I read in this book about the sticky melting pavement of Rosa's hometown. That coincidence cinched it for me...this is a book I will always love.
Lorraine from West Kelowna
The Canadian lit section of your library is terrific. I'll have to try Matt Cohen, as I haven't read him.

where are the comic books?
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