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Give your mom an escape into the love story of the first professional female astronomer in America, Hannah Gardner and a strange man who understands and tries to fulfill her dreams. The Movement of Stars,0718159926,9780718159924

The Movement of Stars, by Amy Brill - Based on a real historical figure, the "girl astronomer" Maria Mitchell of Nantucket.

Amy Brill http://bookmagnet.wordpress.com/2013/04/24/interview-with-amy-brill-author-of-the-movement-of-stars/

Interview with Amy Brill, Author of The Movement of Stars

Best-selling author Caroline Leavitt interviews Amy Brill talks about The Movement of Stars, chocolate and what's love got to do with it?

Great book (based on true story), great movie, great soundtrack.  Need anything else?

BIOGRAPHY In April 1992 a young man from a well-to-do family hitchhiked to Alaska and walked alone into the wilderness north of Mt. His name was Christopher Johnson McCandless.

Otto and Elise Hampel, a working class couple in Berlin began committing acts of civil disobedience. They began writing leaflets on postcards, urging people to resist and overthrow the Nazis.

Alone in Berlin - Hans Fallada. Based on a true story, the book is a bit of a slog but a terrifying insight into life in Germany under Nazi rule.

We Lose Ourselves In Books... Pictures, Photos, and Images for Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, and Twitter

We lose ourselves in books. quote books world imagination reading read real life; for my future library/office wall

101 books to read.

A summer reading flow chart from the folks at Daily Infographic. For those of you who don't know what to read next

False Sight – Dan Krokos

FALSE SIGHT, the second installment of the False Memory series by YA author Dan Krokos (August

My Review of Letters for Scarlet, @juliecgardner's debut novel of two women separated by tragedy | The Fictional 100

Review: “Letters for Scarlet” by Julie C. Gardner

WOW,  I want that  --  Maybe I could get more time in on reading   ---   (Source: serendipitousreadings, via literatureismyutopia)

They should print books with glow in the dark ink. So you can read at night. - I could have used that when I was growing up instead of a flashlight.

We the Animals by Justin Torres | 16 Little Books To Read On Long Journeys | Justin Torres’ debut novel opens like a punch in the gut, giving an energetic introduction to three insatiable brothers. Their family is chaotic, poor, and a bit dysfunctional, but their love is fierce and told in almost magical descriptions. The journey that reveals itself belongs to the youngest brother, extending himself from the home and into the world.

16 Little Books To Read On Long Journeys

We the animals / Justin Torres. extraordinary storytelling and convincing writing, moving, sad and redemptive

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An Alchemy of Masques and Mirrors (The Risen Kingdoms): Curtis Craddock: Series: The Risen Kingdoms (Book Hardcover: 416 pages Publisher: Tor Books (August

Could you live in a 320-square-foot home?

Could you live in a 320-square-foot home?

Get a sneak peek of the upcoming Small is Beautiful tiny house documentary that features people who have downsized into tiny homes.

15 Contemporary Short Story Collections By Women You Should Really Read

15 Short Story Collections by Ladies You'll Love

The Isle of Youth: Stories, by Laura van den Berg. Each story is narrated by a young woman navigating her way through the pain of a loss, and the stories are at once dramatic and deceptively quiet