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A Compendium of Curiosities by Tim Holtz
A Compendium of Curiosities

melbutler02, October 25, 2014

To most crafters, Tim Holtz is a household name. His first book, A Compendium of Curiosities, introduces you to the basics of creating mixed-media projects. His ideas include distressing photos, altering metal, inking and layering paper, along with a list of tools you'll need to create these projects. This book is great for anyone seeking an artistic adventure. In Tim's own words, "Get ready to embark on a journey filled with ideas and inspirations to spark your creative curiosities."
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Candy Bomber: The Story of the Berlin Airlift's "Chocolate Pilot" (Junior Library Guild Selection) by Michael O. Tunnell
Candy Bomber: The Story of the Berlin Airlift's

melbutler02, October 20, 2014

What a moving story; you can't help but smile while reading it. It gave just the right amount of WWII history to set the scene, but not too much, as it is a children's book. I plan to purchase a copy for all of my nieces and nephews for Christmas this year.
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The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog by Nancy Ellis Bell
The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog

melbutler02, May 11, 2014

Nancy Ellis-Bell tells a cute story about owning a macaw, or rather, a macaw owning her! She shares the joys and tribulations of owning a parrot as well as the dynamics of living in a home filled with animals while still trying to maintain an intimate relationship with her husband. This is a quick, fun read that will be enjoyed by any animal lover.
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The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog by Nancy Ellis Bell
The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog

melbutler02, May 11, 2014

Nancy Ellis-Bell tells a cute story about owning a macaw, or rather, a macaw owning her! She shares the joys and tribulations of owning a parrot as well as the dynamics of living in a home filled with animals while still trying to maintain an intimate relationship with her husband. This is a quick, fun read that will be enjoyed by any animal lover.
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My Name Is Memory. Ann Brashares
My Name Is Memory. Ann Brashares

melbutler02, January 19, 2014

I liked the premise of this book but it was very difficult to get into, slow, and then difficult to finish. The ending left me a bit puzzled but perhaps that is just Brashares' style.
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