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Archive for July, 2007

This Week (plus one day) In Books, July 22 – 29

It’s hard to believe, but TWIB has been in business for a year already, so this is the final edition.  If you really want to know what happened in Carp 500 history after this week, just look back at last year’s posts.  This was quite a good week for TWIB to finish up on, too.  The problem is, […]

Why there aren’t more readers … Part Two

That's a library sign hidden in that bush … I think.

I’ve figured out why there aren’t more readers …

 

This Week In Books, July 15 – 21

After 50 weeks, we’ve finally gotten to a week where absolutely nothing happened in Carp 500 history.  At least I coudn’t find anything, not even a single event I could twist in such a way to make it sound like it applied to Carp.  I guess it is vacation season.  So we’ll skip right to the […]

This Week In Books, July 8 – 14

This week you get to experience the first ever TWIB road trip.  Not that you’ll notice a difference reading it, but I sure can tell a difference writing it from the beautiful and exotic Red Rood Inn of Huntersville, NC.  And what makes it exotic?  The red roof, of course…and the Quaker Instant grits I’ve eaten at the hotel breakfast the last four days.  So, […]

July Kid’s Book(s) of the Month

I came across a really neat set of board books.  The series is titled “Mini Masters” by Julie Merberg and Suzanne Bober.  There are several titles in the series, including, “Painting With Picasso” and “A Picnic With Monet”.  Each two page spread has a copy of one of the artists’ works accompanied by simple rhyming […]

This Week In Books, July 1 – 7

This was a very interesting, active week in Carp 500 history, so I’ll get right to it. On July 1 -3, 1863, the Union Army of the Potomac defeated the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia at the Battle of Gettysburg.  President Lincoln delivered his “Gettysburg Address” four months later at the dedication of the battlefield […]