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Member: sentimental13

CollectionsYour library (1,276), Currently reading (1), All collections (1,276)

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Tagsyouth fiction (236), sw (161), kids (102), bible (67), poem (55), latin (49), bsc (45), beat (34), medieval (32), short story (30) — see all tags

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About meI've been getting paid to work in libraries since I was 14 and volunteered re-shelving books and various things before that. I am most certainly a bibliophile.

I also like to crochet, pretend I like knitting, and it feeds my soul to organize poetry readings so my friends and I can express ourselves.

About my libraryRandom books from my youth, myriad books from classes (I only once sold books back to the bookstore and then bought a few of them back again), lots of Latin and manuscript studies. My book collection started with the Little Golden Books and never stopped growing.

GroupsLibrarians who LibraryThing, Star Wars Books

Favorite authorsJudy Croome (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresBook and Music Exchange

Favorite librariesUniversity of Louisville Ekstrom Library

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Real nameJusty

LocationKY

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Member sinceMar 30, 2009

Currently readingMadness and Civilization: A History of Insanity in the Age of Reason by Michel Foucault

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Hi there! So I am going on vacation next week and am stocking up on reading material. I've got the first Charlaine Harris book to try, and want to bring a SW since they seem like quick reads. The Fate of the Jedi series caught my eye at the bookstore but thumbing through one of the characters were familiar. Doesn't the Thrawn Trilogy take place right after the movies? Advice?!?

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Hi, I was just at the Newberry also! I was a judge for the Chicago Metro History Fair, so I didn't look at any books - although I did spend a lot of time (and $$!) in the bookstore. We had a lot of field trips there when I was in college...it amazes me that they let you have access to the manuscripts like that! Have you been to the library at the Art Institute? It's also worth the trip...
Hello! The Book of Hours is pretty good... I bought it because it is so small, the typical size of an actual BofH. The text is basic but the plates they chose are varied...from simple to sumptuous. There are a lot of blank pages inbetween, not sure why they did that.

I just learned to knit, too! Although I can't crochet, for some reason I can't get the knack of it. So far I've made a lot of scarves...

I see you're a Star Wars fan...any advice as to where to start reading?
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