books i have loved

-jamberry by bruce degen (have read truly hundreds of times to my babies)
-petticoat fisherman by elsa pedersen (bet i read it 50 times as a kid)
-any/all harry potter books (have read each multiple times)
-germinal by emile zola (in french history class in college, excerpts in french in a french lit class, zola is freakishly optimistic about harrowing events... i like that)
-their eyes were watching god by zora neale hurston (read in a "love in lit' class in college ... have reread probably a dozen times)
-the color purple by alice walker (the book is better than the very good movie) 
-the mists of avalon by marion zimmer bradley (my camelot love began here)
-cat's cradle by kurt vonnegut (the first vonnegut book i read... have since read all of his books)
-galapagos by kurt vonnegut (started a galapagos fascination)
-lust for life by irving stone (about van gogh, decide to major in french and go to france for a summer and to hang out in paris)
-the agony and the ecstasy by irving stone (about michelangelo ... read it while traveling through italy in college after paris ... changed my major from french to art history)
-a is for alibi by sue grafton (my dad gave me the first seven books in this series after he read them ... and now she's almost done with the alphabet.)
-the accidental tourist by anne tyler (have read every book she's written ... had trouble picking which of her books to put in this list.)
-sookie stackhouse, dead until dark by charlaine harris ( i like vampires)

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