Reading Roundup – Week of July 27
Too engrossed in your book to follow the news? We do it for you…
“The hosts put me in a cupboard under the stairs and asked me suspicious questions about owls.” Love these Airbnb reviews for famous homes in literature.
Presented without comment….the CW orders dystopian ‘Little Women’ adaptation series.
Need a Harry Potter fix? Neville Longbottom (aka Matthew Lewis) has been reading the BBC Muggle news.
Sign us up for binge watching! Reading Rainbow is coming to Netflix. If you’re just too overwhelmed and don’t know where to start, here’s a definitive ranking of the 155-episodes.
A bookstore with no cashier desk and no working staff was opened to the public in a busy city square in Nanjing, Jiangsu province last Saturday and actually managed to cover costs with its “pay what you will” policy. We always knew bookworms could be trusted.
And finally, get your tissues out. Seabiscuit author Laura Hillenbrand managed to save famous horse’s offspring…after reading about his plight on Craigslist.
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