Search sahra's books

Random books from sahra's library

The writer's handbook by John B. Karls

Luba #1 by Gilbert Hernandez

Love's Theater : Women's Erotic Writing by edited by Esther Selsdon

One Life: travel: your guide to living, working and studying abroad by BBC Radio 1 97-99fm

The "Sunday Times" Cookbook by Sue Lawrence

Primavera by Francesca Lia Block

Boston street map by Gousha

Members with sahra's books

RSS feeds

Recently-added books

sahra's reviews

Reviews of sahra's books, not including sahra's

Helper badges

HelperWork CombinationBook Depocalypse

Site design selection

Use the new design

Use the old design

The old design is no longer fully supported nor does it get full attention when we roll out new features. We strongly recommend using the new design.


Leave a comment


Thank you for the great SantaThing picks! Ayden thinks "Dinosaur vs Bedtime" is hilarious and his moms think the same about "A is for Activist".
So glad you are all pleased with the books I chose for Liberty. 'Dinosaur's Binkit' was a real favorite in our house and many were the nights I read it til my voice was hoarse :) We have not read 'Tickle Tut's Toes' but had another from that series, 'Feed Matisse's Fish,' which I would also recommend. Have a very happy holiday season and enjoy this time with Liberty - it flies past all too quickly!
Very best wishes,
You are welcome for the Secret Santa gift! I hope you enjoy it. Let me know what you think...

Merry Christmas. :)

I don't know...
Welcome back, sahra...
Glad you enjoyed your SantaThing selections.

I loved shadow puppets when younger, so that was an easy choice. I'm still very tactile, so the Discovering Colors & Textures book was right up my alley.

Now that my SantaThing books have turned up (only took two months): THANK YOU.

Interesting that we share a Jewish and 2 group connection. I am surprised we don't have more books in common though?

The Sun

Have you ever seen
in your life
more wonderful

than the way the sun,
every evening,
relaxed and easy,
floats toward the horizon

and into the clouds or the hills,
or the rumpled sea,
and is gone--
and how it slides again

out of the blackness,
every morning,
on the other side of the world,
like a red flower

streaming upward on its heavenly oils,
say, on a morning in early summer,
at its perfect imperial distance--
and have you ever felt for anything
such wild love--
do you think there is anywhere, in any language,
a word billowing enough
for the pleasure

that fills you,
as the sun
reaches out,
as it warms you

as you stand there,
or have you too
turned from this world--

or have you too
gone crazy
for power,
for things?

- Mary Oliver

LibraryThing contacted me and indicated you were one of the winners of the Early Reviewer Giveaway. Please send me your e-mail address (mine is, and I'll send you a copy of the e-book.

Thanks for entering the giveaway,


CONGRATULATIONS! Out of over 200 entrants, you were #1 winner of the member giveaway for my book, 100 JOLTS: Shockingly Short Stories! I'll sign it and get it in the mail to you asap (I've been provided with a mailing address). Thank you for your interest, and here's to your LibraryThing. You've got a fantastic library. -- Michael A. Arnzen,
Ha - I'm not far from Central Square myself! Maybe you saw Tim and I on the street this morning... :)
Help/FAQs | About | Privacy/Terms | Blog | Contact | APIs | WikiThing | Common Knowledge | Legacy Libraries | Early Reviewers | 92,703,927 books! | Top bar: Always visible