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Slam - Nick Hornby “I couldn’t bear to think about the proper future, so I just tried to make things better for the next twenty minutes or so, over and over again.

Wonder by R.J. Palacio - Book Club Discussion Questions

"Wonder" by R.J. Palacio—Some Questions for Your Next Book Club

Ten-year-old Auggie Pullman, who was born with extreme facial abnormalities and was not expected to survive, goes from being home-schooled to entering fifth grade at a private middle school in Manhattan,

I’ll Teach This Village How To Mourn

My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece by Annabel Pitcher / Publisher: Little, Brown / Released: August 2012

Bestseller books online How to Be a Hepburn in a Hilton World: The Art of Living with Style, Class, and Grace Jordan Christy  http://www.ebooknetworking.net/books_detail-1599951835.html

How to Be a Hepburn in a Hilton World- The Art of Living with Style, Class, and Grace by Jordan Christy. Every girl should read this!

A Definitive Reading Guide To The 2014 World Cup | Greg Krieg

7 Incredible Soccer Books To Read During The World Cup

If I was to list my desert-island, all-time, top 5 favorite authors, Nick Hornby would be top of the list every time. The first Nick Hornby book I read was

The Slap

What would you do if someone slapped your child? "At a suburban barbecue, a man slaps a child who is not his own. This event has a shocking ricochet effect on a group of people, mostly friends, who are directly or indirectly influenced by the slap.

Nick Hornby: High Fidelity

Artwork for the book High Fidelity by tattoo artist Russ Abbott

How to Talk to a Widower - Jonathan Trooper. He's the younger version of Nick Hornby.

How to Talk to a Widower - Jonathan Trooper. He's the younger version of Nick Hornby.

100 Books You Cant Put Down. Ive read some of these . . . I think I should check out the rest!

100 Books You Can't Put Down. I'm so confused why is twilight in that in the 100 books you can't put down?

The Catcher in the Rye, J.D. Salinger, 1951. Salinger was notoriously extremely picky about the art that would grace his novels. The only words that were to be allowed were the author’s name and the name of the book — no blurbs, no quotes, no autobiography — and he preferred simple designs, just lines and color (think Franny & Zooey). It seems he liked this one, crazed carousel horse and all, though he notoriously refused to sign a copy for the designer, E. Michael Mitchell.

The 20 Most Iconic Book Covers Ever

The Catcher in the Rye is the ALLTIME Classic teen book. OK, Holden Caulfield is rich and negative. His time in New York is journey into maturity. Read it. Don't shoot anybody with the book in your pocket or I will revoke your library card!