Same old story. Out running errands yesterday, dropped by the library to return a book. And walked out the door with four more. Even though I’m already up to my eyeballs with library books I couldn’t resist grabbing more reading material. Will I ever learn? No, of course not.
- The Troubled Heart of Africa: A History of the Congo by Robert B. Edgerton – Been wanting to read up on Africa. Why not start with this 2002 book.
- Tehran Children: A Holocaust Refugee Odyssey by Mikhal Dekel – Second time I’ve borrowed this book. Maybe this time I’ll finally read it.
- The World’s Strongest Librarian: A Memoir of Tourette’s, Faith, Strength, and the Power of Family by Josh Hanagarne – I love quirky memoirs by librarians.
- The Removers by Andrew Meredith – This memoir looks twisted- in a good way!
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