Thursday Reading Links #33

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Edinburgh, Scotland

Some of my neighbors have already put up their Christmas trees and my downtown area has strung up the twinkly lights. I am officially excited for the Christmas season.

How Translated Books Helped Shape My Cultural Identity.

This week, I wrote about my visit to Peleliu.

Also, things I notice when reading books.

Quote by First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt: “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”

On this day in 1889, Nellie Bly goes around the world.

One year ago on the blog, Castle Ruins.

Sesame Street is 50 years old.

It turns out that chocolate is not healthy for you.

What a fun article! Revolting reads: the most nauseating moments from the Harry Potter series.

Speaking of Harry Potter, I am in the process of putting this Hogwarts Express lego set together. My goal is to have it finished by Christmas Eve.

Oh, this is a great list. Twenty historical mysteries featuring feisty female protagonists.

xoxo, Jane