Laura at Im Booking It

Laura at Im Booking It

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10 years ago @ The 3 R's: Readin... - Book Talk: *Domestic V... · 1 reply · +1 points

I really enjoyed Domestic Violets. I haven't read any of the books it reminded you of, so I'll have to check those out.

10 years ago @ http://sundaykoffron.b... - My Kids Have No Respec... · 1 reply · +2 points

OK, what are you doing with my daughter? She doesn't actually look all that much like mine, but that's exactly the kind of thing she'd do. Including the slightly bent back knee. She's getting better about pointing the leg in the air.

Did the room cleaning ever get finished?
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10 years ago @ http://sundaykoffron.b... - To Wayne, With Love · 1 reply · +1 points

That was beautiful! I hope everyone has a Wayne in their life in the moment they need him most.
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10 years ago @ My Friend Amy - Review: The Survival K... · 1 reply · +1 points

Hmm, would this one work for a book club discussion? I think it might be a good choice for my club that is picking books this month. I'll put it on my list either way.

11 years ago @ http://readhanded.blog... - Review: Wherever You G... · 1 reply · +1 points

This is the first time I've come across this book, and it sounds like a great possible book club read! Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
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11 years ago @ http://www.bookwormwit... - Life: fingers crossed! · 0 replies · +1 points

Good luck with the strike duty-- I hope it doesn't come to that.

11 years ago @ http://www.bookwormwit... - Review: The Girl in th... · 0 replies · +1 points

I also enjoyed this one, it was a different side of life in India than I've encountered in my (admittedly limited) experience with Indian books. I did think it skirted the edge of melodrama at times, but it didn't cross the line for me.

11 years ago @ http://sundaykoffron.b... - I Don’t Belong Here · 0 replies · +2 points

Wow. Just. Wow.

I'd be so angry I wouldn't be able to see straight.

If I'd actually been able to speak, I'd ask why she thought that this particular child didn't belong in the class. But I very much doubt I would have been able to say that.

Good luck rebuilding her confidence.

11 years ago @ The 3 R's: Readin... - How to Offend Moms, No... · 1 reply · +1 points

Great response! I'm only now getting a chance to look at all the other posts, and I'm being struck by the combination of "I said that"/"I almost said that" , and the "wow, what a great way to look at it" moments. I really appreciate that you acknowledged the small grains of truth that were surrounded by so much confusion.
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11 years ago @ My Friend Amy - Review: Forbidden by T... · 1 reply · +1 points

Wow, this sounds fascinating, and very uncomfortable. I can't decide if I want to read it or not. I like that you were able to get into the heads of these characters. I'll be thinking about the book for a while, whether or not I decide to read it myself.