I've so many "real" books waiting to be read that it is ridiculous to check Gutenberg every Saturday — but I think most of you are familiar with this kind of cravings...
Today I tried to behave myself and didn't download too many — just took notes of what I found interesting, and even kept the "interesting-list" down to two books. If two books are enough to make a list, I'm not sure. Here is the list:
"What's Wrong With The World" by G.K. Chesterton
"Domestic Life in Virginia in the Seventeenth Century — Jamestown 350th Anniversary Historical Booklet Number 17" by Annie Lash Jester
There were two books I couldn’t resist — one French and one Japanese:
The Story of a Cat by Émile Gigault de La Bédollière, 1878,
It is a charming story of Mother Michel and her cat with silhouettes by L. Hopkins.
A long-winded attempt to catch up
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