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6 responses to “Reading

  1. Wow, I love the way you present the books, a very good idea in deed, it pleases the eye.
    Now; I’ll look further, what you have to say about the good reading. 🙂

    Greetings from the far North

  2. Interested and intrigued by your blog. This reading display in particular is fantastic! Looking forward to your next posts. Please follow back if you will. Thank you!

  3. Andrew I didn’t even know you had this page! Glad I saw your comment on Bulldog’s blog.

  4. That’s quite an extensive list! I’m going to have to check some of those out! I really enjoy the vintage travel books. I love looking at them on display in my house and I love reading about travel in another time seeing how things were harder or easier, seeing names on the map change, and seeing how things are very much the same.

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