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Happy Saturday, everyone! It’s starting to feel like SPRING, isn’t it? I love it! I’m in the middle of a grad school semester, so not so much leisure reading time- my stack is a bit shorter this time around. Mostly library books, and one new. How about you? What have you brought home lately? To join the fun, click on the linksy below!
The Library at Mount Char by Scott Hawkins: this is my new book, and I bought it based entirely on the word “library” in the title.
What’s Your Worldview? by James N. Anderson: (From the library) This slender volume was recommended to me, and it looks really good. The author teaches at a local seminary.
Make: 3D CAD with Autodesk 123D: Design for 3D Printing, Laser Cutting, and Personal Fabrication by Jesse Harrington Au with Emily Gertz: (From the library) I work part of my week in a makerspace, and I have personally been doing quite a bit with CAD and 3D printing in the space. Looking forward to reading this book and expanding my knowledge even further. And don’t you love the 3D fabricated robot guy on the cover?
Ice Whale by Jean Craighead George: (From the library) I started to read this book as an egalley on my Kindle, and realized that unfortunately some of the images didn’t make it through the download, and those images are necessary to understanding the story. Fortunately, I waited long enough to start the egalley and my library owned a copy I could check out!
Only What’s Necessary: Charles M. Schulz and the Art of Peanuts by Chip Kidd: (From the library) This was an impulse pick-up at a library branch I visited this week. It’s got history in it, of how the Peanuts characters evolved, and some rare sketches and art from Charles Schulz’s archives.
The Limpopo Academy of Private Detection and The Minor Adjustment Beauty Salon by Alexander McCall Smith: (audiobooks from the library) I’ve been listening to this series during my commute! Not too terribly deep, but often funny and always fun.
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