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CollectionsYour library (1,631)

Reviews180 reviews

Tagspicture book (346), series (273), classic (186), fantasy (180), art (179), *** (131), anthropomorphic (113), children's fantasy (104), poetry (95), faery (80) — see all tags

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About meI love art, poetry, Nature and magic. I love gardening, cooking and baking. I'm interested in Psychology. I like to read and I like to write. I love escapist films. If you are curious about more details I really do encourage you to visit my MySpace page.

About my libraryI love antique books. I love books, period. I went through a divorce very recently and I had to sell 2/3 of my library just to keep afloat during that hard time. Consequently, all the books I have left are my best friends of bookdom and I could not bear to be parted with them. Cataloging the remaining books is like putting a force field around them...they're not going anywhere! I have a collection of Tarot and oracle decks and they are all cataloged here, too, though I don't love all of them. The books that I have cataloged here are in my library. They are not a wish list. When I had book shelves lining the walls of my home I referred to it as The Magical Library. That was because most of them dealt with some aspect of magic or beauty. The ones I have left are like that even moreso. I love children's books, fantasy, science fiction, art, poetry, paganism, spirituality in general, Arthurian legend, mythology, antique books, history and Nature. I am extremely sentimental about books from my own or my children's childhoods. It is for that reason that I do have quite a few Little Golden Books, too. I decided not to list those...there are just too many! I have all the ones that my children loved when they were little....some that I loved when I was little.

Groups50 Book Challenge, 9/11 Truth

Favorite authorsCleveland Amory, Nick Bantock, Cicely Mary Barker, J. M. Barrie, Wendell Berry, L. M. Boston, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Frances Hodgson Burnett, Virginia Lee Burton, Bliss Carman, Hilda Conkling, Susan Cooper, Alexander Cordell, E. E. Cummings, Edward Eager, Robert Frost, Johnny Gruelle, Zenna Henderson, John Irving, Jane Langton, C. S. Lewis, Vachel Lindsay, Amy Lowell, Walter de la Mare, Edgar Lee Masters, Edna St. Vincent Millay, L. M. Montgomery, E. Nesbit, Mary Norton, Alfred Noyes, Philip Pullman, Daniel Quinn, Felix Salten, Carl Sandburg, Mari Sandoz, Gene Stratton-Porter, Thomas Burnett Swann, Sara Teasdale, J. R. R. Tolkien, P. L. Travers, Tasha Tudor, Sylvia Waugh, Jane Yolen, Howard Zinn (Shared favorites)

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LocationLittle Chute, Wisconsin

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Member sinceFeb 19, 2008

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