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Summer Break and Book Giveaway!

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I am taking a break from blogging this week and most of next week. Not only am I doing a thorough cleaning of my house; but my sister JoAnn is coming to visit me next week.

I have a BIG book giveaway for you!

The following books I will giveaway to ONE winner, please leave a comment and I'll announce the winner on
Monday August 2.

Blissful Reading!
Annette

Wordless Wednesday

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50th Anniversary of To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee

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Becky @ Becky's Book Reviews and I will be reading this book and buddy--reviewing this book together. I have a paperback copy that I read several years ago; tonight I plan on purchasing the 50th anniversary copy of the book--it is a nice hard back edition (see image above).
Becky and I will keep you posted as to when each of us will be reviewing this book on our blogs!

Update, Becky and I will each be reviewing the book in late August!

Blissful Reading!
Annette

Wordless Wednesday

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The Lost, A Search For Six Of Six Million by Daniel Mendelsohn

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Amazon link for the book:
http://www.amazon.com/Lost-Search-Six-Million/dp/0060542993/ref=tmm_pap_title_0

Harper Collins link for the book:
http://www.harpercollins.com/books/The-Lost-Daniel-Mendelsohn/?isbn=9780060542993

Harper Collins Publishers 2007-- Paperback--528 pages, Holocaust, Memoir, World War II, Jewish History

http://www.bolechow.org/

Daniel Mendelsohn

This book was purchased by me for the purpose of reading/reviewing. 

If you have been following along on my blog you have noticed I've read several books on the Holocaust and on World War II. I have one more book to read on the Holocaust and one more book on World War II.....at least in my to be read pile at this time. I have promised to read an e book sent to me from the author Charles S. Weinblatt entitled Jacob's Courage. I purchased the paperback book Tears In The Darkness, The Story of the Bataan Death March and its Aftermath by Michael Norman and Elizabeth M. Norman. At this point my heart is rather tender and I&#…