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Ziania on 3/18/2011 8:25:10 PM

I cannot live without books. When I go to school there is always at least 3 books of mine in there. My shelf is bulging and I really need a new one for all the ones that I will buy in the future. I personally prefer adventure, paranormal, and mystery novels. I also love reading plays like Shakespeare's.

cissy on 8/2/2011 6:42:52 PM

i love books!

beverly on 9/25/2011 7:56:35 PM

books are better than movies no commericals

Sareene on 4/20/2011 2:54:43 PM

I read daily, usually 2 book at a time, and I try to mix genres. That being said, the love of my life is 19th century british novels.

Arykah on 8/31/2011 5:46:13 PM

What would I be without books? BORED! I'm so thankful we have them and that there is a book for every genre and sub-genre. Long live literature! :D