Ideas originate at the margins and migrate inward to succeed; insisting that your idea must have arrived rather than be traveling is to miss how change works
Accommodating change and uncertainty requires a loser sense of self, an ability to respond in various ways.
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Yesterday’s book haul! All of the sales go directly to support the Friends of the Library, which in turn supports the library itself. It’s a great way to give back to one of the community’s most important establishments.
SALT TO THE SEA
37/30. I joined a bookclub for the very first time ever and this was our book for Sep. I had never heard of it but now I want EVERYONE to read it. I am a huge fan of World War Two historial fiction and this book is one of the best, saddest, thought provoking books I've read in awhile. I feel like most ww2 novels are about American, British or French women and heroes, and honestly their stories are incredible. But there aren't very many novels written about German stories- the millions of good German refugees who hated hitler and what was happening to and in their country. #womeninthecastle was probably the first book I read that was about German women, and I really enjoyed it. #salttothesea is about a group of German, Prussian, Lithuanian and 1 polish girl who are fleeing for their lives from the encroaching Russian army. Their stories are heartbreaking and SO GOOD. It's really a story about incredible courage in the face of insane adversity. While the characters are made up, the history surrounding the story is true, and something that I've never really heard of. It made me feel for all of the innocent refugees in the world today. I've spent all afternoon thinking about it. Have you read it? ••••• #rutasepetys#ww2#historicalfiction#yanovels#yalit#yaliterature#bookclub#bookshelf#book#bookstagram#booklover#booklovers#readmore#read#reading#booknerd#bookstagrammer#bookblogger#literature#library
Just when you thought my library couldn’t be any cooler I only bloody went and put a bust in that I’ve kinda inherited from my father in law. I think he would have liked where Buster has gone (temporary name of the bust), he looks rather regal 🖤