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Come join #author & #illustrator Daphne Stammer at ACAI - Allied Ceramic Arts Institute this #caturday 11/17 at 5:30pm! She’ll be reading from her #newbook Clyde: The Cat That Came In From The Cold and answering questions.
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Clyde is the heartwarming true story of a stray cat who followed his dream of becoming a housecat, finding a warm loving home with Daphne. She #handmade and illustrated the book about her beloved cat over 25 years ago and is excited to now offer it in print book and ebook form.
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Make sure to stick around for ACAI’s Deck the Walls art sshow afterward!
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Reading this for my History 106. My community leader took this class last semester and told me it was a really bland book, but I’m surprised how much I like it.

Something about this book speaks to me. It focuses on the Red Scare from the 40-60s which targeted people with “communist” ties as subversives to the USA. Pretty interesting and fast read.p

Just One More Page BPC: Nov 14 - New Release
I don’t really buy a lot of books brand new, but these were must-haves for this fall. I gave Houdini and Frankenstein five stars, the others should be read soon. 

If I were to take you,
as a person,
and turn you into a book,
what would that book be like?
What words would it use to tell your story?
How ragged would its edges feel?
How old would its pages smell?
 
Think for a second:
this book would contain
everything about you.
your personality,
your faults,
your merits,
your ups,
your downs,
your mistakes,
your triumphs.
 
Would you be proud
to show this book
to your loved ones?
Would you want them
to see every piece
that makes you who you are?
Would they enjoy
reading the book
that contains all of you?
Or would they hate it
and turn away from you?
And if they did hate it,
what would you do?
Would you edit out the parts
they didn’t like
and change yourself for them?
Or would you keep yourself
the way you are,
a Limited First Edition?
 
Well, it’s a good thing we are people
and not books.
This way, you don’t really have to worry
about my questions,
since most of us will remain
mere humans for the rest of our lives—
excepting those whose souls are
embodied by biographies and personal anecdotes.
The rest of us will have to settle for being
the dust that collects on the books
That will go down in history.
 
But isn’t it wonderful to think and
imagine for a second:
all of us humans are really just
unwritten books.
—  Unwritten Books by Kate Livewire