Today at the Little Free Library



Winter’s coming… time to grab a good book to curl up with on those chilly nights. (You might even find a movie in the LFL, if they’re not gone by now.) Here’s a sample of what we’ve got this week:

• Gerald’s Game, by Stephen King
• Yesterday I Cried, by Ilanya VanZant
• The Food Revolution, by John Robbins
• What is My Cat Thinking? by Gwen Bailey
• Unfit For Command, by John O’Neill
• Portrait of an Artist  as a Young Man, by John Irving
• The CEO of the Sofa, by P.J. O’Rourke
• Lots more!

Lots of books for teens and younger children, too. They seem to move the quickest, which surprises me, but makes me happy, too. When I was a kid, books were my Great Escape. Maybe they still are.

• A couple of Sweet Valley High paperbacks
• Big Sister, Little Sister (which when turned around becomes Big Brother, Little Brother)
• Fifth Grade Magic
• Yours Till Niagara Falls

Come and get ’em!


4 Responses to “Today at the Little Free Library”

  1. Rick says:

    Well . . . SOMEONE needs to add a comment, so here it is:
    Does James Joyce know that John Irving stole his book?

  2. Patt says:

    You’ll have to explain that query. I don’t know what James Joyce knows. I don’t even know what John Irving knows. Tell all!

  3. Rick says:

    It was just . . . I thought James Joyce wrote “Portrait of an Artist . . .”

  4. Patt says:

    Oh. Now I gotta go check Google.

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