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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Emma's Pick "Ella Minnow Pea" by Mark Dunn

Emma's review:

Thumbs up for Ella Minnow Pea by Mark Dunn. Literature.

This is what I call a "bath book" - a book of 200 pages or less that I can read over the length of one (very long) bath. And a most delightful bath book it is. It is a novel in letters (I won't be poncy and call it "epistolary"), mostly sent between two teenage cousins who live on opposite sides of the hyper-literate island nation Nollop, which floats off the coast of the southern US. Most likely Nollop is a charming place to live, but the problem is, the local council of elders has gone bonkers and is outlawing the use of certain letters,one by one.... [view the rest of the review on Emma's blog]

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

No need to be embarrassed, from Bookshelf

From Bookshelf:



Bookshelf: Fold Out-Fold up: The idea is that you fold them out to cover anything shameful you might have behind. So if you have an embarrassing book case with lots o...

Monday, May 21, 2012

Emma's Pick: "Divergent" by Veronica Roth

Both Emma and Kyrsten loved this! And the sequel, Insurgent, is equally good!

Here's Emma's review:
Thumbs up for Divergent by Veronica Roth. Young adult science fiction.

Should we encourage the authors of Hunger Games knockoffs who write stories about underestimated, scrappy heroines who overcome intense personal danger, fight against a corrupt dystopian society, and find love with a hot boy? Well...if they're Veronica Roth, we should. I couldn't put Divergent down.... [view the rest of the review on Emma's blog]

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Can we give you books?

We are looking for a charity or school who can pick up books for donation at least once a week. We generally have between 8-20 boxes of miscellaneous books, including children's books, technical books, novels of all types, nonfiction...you name it. We need someone who will take them all on a consistent schedule.

Is that you? Or if it isn't you, will you pass the message on?

If you're interested, give us a call at 206.937.5410 or drop us an email at pegasusbookexchange AT gmail.com