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Re: Winterfest 2019
Board: Event News and Planning
Reply to: #971089 by 4EyesMcGee
Feb 5, 2019 3:56pm
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I am so bummed that I missed this one. :(
I was on Mom duty since my husband had to work and kids had sports activities.
I was so looking forward to the book exchange.

So tell me which book did you take and what did you get?

~Aurora
creating a book postal ring tonight
Re: Winterfest 2019
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Reply to: #971090 by The hicks from the sticks
Feb 5, 2019 5:13pm
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Yah, we missed you, Aurora!

So tell me which book did you take and what did you get?

I took To Kill a Mockingbird and I went home with Maisie Dobbs.
Re: Winterfest 2019
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Reply to: #971102 by Dawnkey
Feb 5, 2019 7:13pm
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I want to borrow that when you are done with it!!
Re: Winterfest 2019
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Reply to: #971090 by The hicks from the sticks
Feb 5, 2019 10:46pm
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I took 1984 and went home with A Man Called Ove
Re: Winterfest 2019
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Reply to: #971102 by Dawnkey
Feb 6, 2019 1:57pm
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Haven't read Maisie Dobbs I will have to look that one up. I did just recently reread To Kill a Mockingbird. such a good book.

I reread 1984 last year and it is so fitting to today. even more so than when I read it in the late 80s. Now Big Brother is everywhere.

I loved the story of Ove. I didn't want that one to end.

~Aurora
Re: Winterfest 2019
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Reply to: #971146 by The hicks from the sticks
Feb 6, 2019 9:10pm
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I reread 1984 last year and it is so fitting to today. even more so than when I read it in the late 80s. Now Big Brother is everywhere.

The pervasive surveillance is not as in "1984", yet. However, it is approaching. For instance, the government doesn't mandate 24 hour surveillance, we have to buy our own spy-bot and it is (so far) voluntary.

At least we're not like China, which is much closer to "1984" than are we.