Reading in 2012

What we're reading in 2012

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My favorite bookstores:

Tattered Cover Book Store
9315 Dorchester
Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80129
(303) 470-7050

City Lights Books
261 Columbus Avenue
San Francisco, California 94133-4586
(415) 362-8193

Depot Bookstore & Cafe
87 Throckmorton Avenue
Mill Valley, California 94941-1915
(415) 383-7012

J.R.R. Tolkien
Published by: Mariner Books
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9780618512652)
J.R.R. Tolkien
Published by: Mariner Books
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9780547928227)
Nimmo; Jenny Nimmo; Gwen Millward
Published by: Egmont Books (UK)
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9781405243353)
Nick Butterworth
Published by: HarperCollins UK
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9780007260249)
Nankichi Niimi; Niimi Nankichi; Judith C. Huffman
Published by: University of Hawaii Press
Edition: Hardcover (ISBN #9780824821296)
Kate Dicamillo
Published by: Candlewick
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9780763618988)
Jill Barklem
Published by: Atheneum
Edition: Hardcover (ISBN #9780689830549)
Roald Dahl; Quentin Blake
Published by: Puffin
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9780142410387)
Cressida Cowell
Published by: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9780316085274)
Richard Atwater; Florence Atwater
Published by: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9780316058438)

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