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Ginnie Maloney saved to Secret
Looking for great classics to read but can't read long books? Try reading these awesome list of short classic novels under 250 pages. These short books can help you read more . Add these great classics to your reading list and start day with great works of literature. Best quick reads| Best quick reads for women |best classics to read #BookList #ReadingList #BookRecommendations #MustRead
Celia Pennington saved to Books Worth Reading
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Cathy Magrin saved to Positive habits
I’ve had a really productive couple of days in this New Year including figuring out this Yearly Reading Plan. Yes I know you can’t cook it! But I am a big reader. Actually the majority of my reading these days is spent with my children. I read aloud to them most nights at bedtime and...
I always get asked what the best books to read in your early 20s are, or even just what are the books every millennial should read... but the truth is there are so many books we all need in our lives. We need fiction books inspired by true stories or real life events that let us into the heart and soul or allow us to reimagine worlds we think we knew. We need non fiction books to offer us tips, advice, and experiences that can only be shared by an inspirational messenger who lived it and…
Amy Biggins saved to Books
Study BETTER, not more! Click to see details and additional #studytips! #college
Michelle Tomm saved to Grad School & More
It's all well and good to read a lot of books. You flip those pages every night before bed, at every bus stop, and on every lunch break. You watch your bookshelf pile up with tomes you've torn through in record time. But what good is all that effort if you don't remember what you read?
Brian Meoni saved to Books