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PostSubject: Your Personal Library   Mon Aug 04, 2008 12:07 am

lol most of you may find this boring, but for those of us who are big readers...this could be interesting...which books have you read, and which are your favorites?
(man this is hard to remember)

Fahrenheit 451
The Martian Chronicles
Dandelion Wine
Cold Mountain
Long Day's Journey Into Night
The Crucible
Notes from the Underground
Maus
Night
April in Paris
The Notebook
Message in a Bottle
Nights in Rodanthe
The Guardian
How to Practice (Buddhism)
Lyndon B. Johnson and American Liberalism
Age of Extremes
Lion in the Whitehouse(Teddy Roosevelt)
Woodrow Wilson
Hitler's Willing Executioners
Hitler Profiles in Power
Everyday Stalinism
Resurrecting Empire
The Cross and the Crescent
Art of War
The Bluest eye
The Pearl
Power, Faith, and Fantasy
Founding Brothers
The Invisible Man
Iwo Jima: Legacy of valor
1984
Animal Farm
The Pacific War
So Sad to Fall in Battle
Battleship Yamato
Day of Infamy
The Great Gatsby
Beyond Good and Evil
Thus Sprach Zarathustra
The Will to Power
My Hitch in Hell
etc.

I know there's more...but I can't think of them right now....how about you guys? see any of your favorites here??

I bet none of you can match my books list!!

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PostSubject: Re: Your Personal Library   Mon Aug 04, 2008 3:20 pm

The only reason I'm not posting my library yet Forsaken "without 04" is that I'm hoping you actually will bet something on it, lol.

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PostSubject: Re: Your Personal Library   Mon Aug 04, 2008 3:34 pm

ha! so you think you have me outread? Don't be so sure my friend, that's only about HALF of my total Library...I am a scholar, after all... Suspect

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PostSubject: Re: Your Personal Library   Mon Aug 04, 2008 3:38 pm

Heh, heh. You forget, I'm a homeshcooler, so I can count my subjects as part of my library (and besides, I occasionaly read ahead in history and science when I'm bored, since I actually enjoy those subjects. Advantage No.1 about being a homeschooler - You get better books.)

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PostSubject: Re: Your Personal Library   Mon Aug 04, 2008 6:40 pm

@Cory: Half of those books you haven't even read! affraid

@smashedbrother: How long have you been homeschooled?
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PostSubject: Re: Your Personal Library   Mon Aug 04, 2008 8:10 pm

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@Cory: Half of those books you haven't even read! affraid

@smashedbrother: How long have you been homeschooled?

Hmmmmmmmmm Cory I didnt thought u would lie about something like that!!, your voice being strong and you being tall ok but not that pale
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PostSubject: Re: Your Personal Library   Mon Aug 04, 2008 11:02 pm

@Cory - How many of those books are Skye's?

@Skye - Please correct whatever he tells us.

I've been homeschooled ever since preschool.

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PostSubject: Re: Your Personal Library   Tue Aug 05, 2008 4:26 pm

my family has to many books to count lol
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PostSubject: Re: Your Personal Library   Wed Aug 06, 2008 11:21 am

my library

ripley's believe it or not
guinness world records
harry potter
travel team
rock solid
You might be a redneck if..... (dont laugh Evil or Very Mad )
Garfield
captains courageous
david copperfield
the three musketeers
the mutny on board hms bounty
hank the cowdog
dawn rider
the chronicles of narnia
the hardy boys
shiloh
a series of unfortunate events
dicey's song
lord of the rings
seabiscut
alias
kidnapped
bleachers
20000 leagues under the sea
old yeller
tuck everlasting
holes
humor me
R.L. Stine
Dear America

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PostSubject: Re: Your Personal Library   Wed Aug 06, 2008 11:30 am

Not bad Jody...and I'm trying my best not to laugh at the Jeff Foxworthy books (you're from Mississippi, so it's ok)

AND I DID READ ALL OF THOSE BOOKS!!!!!!!! I HAVE TEN TIMES AS MANY ON MY SHELF, BUT NOT ALL OF THEM ARE READ! DON'T BE TAKEN IN BY SKYE'S LIES!!!! Evil or Very Mad

Oh, and my college books certainly enhanced my collection, even though I'm sure Homeschooling helped as well...must be weird though, not having the public school experience and all..

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PostSubject: Re: Your Personal Library   Thu Aug 07, 2008 4:02 pm

ForsakenLament 04 wrote:
Not bad Jody...and I'm trying my best not to laugh at the Jeff Foxworthy books (you're from Mississippi, so it's ok)

AND I DID READ ALL OF THOSE BOOKS!!!!!!!! I HAVE TEN TIMES AS MANY ON MY SHELF, BUT NOT ALL OF THEM ARE READ! DON'T BE TAKEN IN BY SKYE'S LIES!!!! Evil or Very Mad

Oh, and my college books certainly enhanced my collection, even though I'm sure Homeschooling helped as well...must be weird though, not having the public school experience and all..

Suuuuurrrree Cory. Riiight Neutral

If you've never experianced it, then no, it's not weird not to have it. There are several homeschooling groups, so I'm not totally out of real life (Speaking of which, have you heard of The Importance of Being Ernest (don't be fooled by the name - it's a comic play) by Oscar Wilde? I acted in it this May. It was pretty fun).

From what I've heard about public schooling I'm not particulary sorry to have missed it (although adapting to college is going to be a pain)

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PostSubject: Re: Your Personal Library   Thu Aug 07, 2008 6:55 pm

yes, I can imagine going to college would be quite difficult...as for public school, it has its ups and downs, like anything else...although the social factor constantly gets in the way, making your home school somewhat of a blessing in that regard....oh, they don't usually let you keep your public school books either...no wonder your 'library' is so extensive!

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PostSubject: Re: Your Personal Library   Thu Oct 30, 2008 4:02 pm

ForsakenLament 04 wrote:
yes, I can imagine going to college would be quite difficult...as for public school, it has its ups and downs, like anything else...although the social factor constantly gets in the way, making your home school somewhat of a blessing in that regard....oh, they don't usually let you keep your public school books either...no wonder your 'library' is so extensive!

True, especially since I used to be incredibly shy...overall I prefer being a homeschooler......but I think I can wait till college, heh.



Heh, even without those I think I've still got you beat.

Here's what I can remember for now -

Agatha Christie Mysteries (That's about 80 books right there, though I've only read half)

Sherlock Holmes Collection

Sherlock Holmes: The Hound of the Baskervilles (No, I'm not a mystery addict, but it's easier to group them by genre)

Sherlock Homes: Study of Scarlet

Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four

The Lord of the Rings

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (been ages since I read it.)

The War of the Worlds.

The Invisible Man

Foundation

Second Foundation

The Caves of Steel

Phule's Company

A Phule's Paradise

A Phule and His Money

Phule me Twice

Ripley's believe it or not

Myth Adventures - Another Fine Myth, Myth Conceptions and about ten more, but I can't remember their names.

This Is NOT counting anything remotely related to homework or anything I haven't read (Fortunately I keep my little sister off the Brotherhood, so she can't correct me, LOL lol! ). This is still only about a fifth of what I have, but it all I can think of for now

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