I am delighted to welcome the Bookworms Carnival to my site for a special carnival of POETRY. As you probably know, Savvy Verse and Wit has been sponsoring a month-long National Poetry blog tour! In addition to the poetry links below, make sure you check out that link for a detailed listing of all the

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Children 2,000 years ago read and memorized Virgil and Homer, and Aesop’s Fables were common knowledge. Even 200 years ago these classics were widely read. Now, there are thousands of new books published each year. But what about those really old ones? Have we read those yet? Any of them? That’s why I’ve decided to

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The July Bookworms Carnival is up at Mixed Metaphor. This month, it is about relationships. Jenn gives us a rundown of a number of books reviewed about relationships. I submitted my post about The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton, which discusses the relationship between husband and wife in the late 1800s in New York

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The Twelfth Bookworms Carnival is up at Things Mean a Lot. This time, it was all about fairy tales and fables. I’ve just begun blogging, so this was the first Bookworms Carnival I was aware of. I have to say I really got excited about the idea of a theme to my reading and I’m

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