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I found some good little devotional books. Imitation of Christ I've begun before and didn't finish, but this cute, little, old copy made me buy it. Ten cents each.
These just looked like all-around good reading. When I feel like reading about nature. These were $1-$2.
I no longer have an excuse NOT to read Kristin Lavransdatter! These were always too spendy on Amazon, but I got them for 25 cents apiece! I also got a little J. Austen and C. Bronte. I have these in my Kindle, but I really get tired of reading on that gadget.
Unrelated to each other, but interesting none the less...
The photography book is for my daughter, and the knitting book is wishful thinking, lol!
Some children's books I had to rescue! Some for me, some for the grands. ;)
A few miscellaneous odds and ends.
I've been slowing down in the art department, but I have completed my 5x7 canvas for July. I decoupaged some mulberry paper on my canvas first, covered it with a glossy coat and then painted the pterodactyl. The guy I painted this for made some really cute cards of dinosaurs with big eyes, so I thought he might like this one. :)
Thanks for sticking it out and looking at my books! I hope you all have a good book sale near you soon!
Stay cool (It's only about 60 here today. I'm wearing a flannel shirt!) and SHALOM to you and yours!