Book Challenge: The Giver

We accept the love we think we deserve. ~ The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

Growing up, libraries were one of my favorite places. Libraries are full of possibilities. Libraries are still one of my favorite places, but I don’t often wonder the stacks as I did in my youth unless we’re having a heatwave. Libraries are free spaces that are cool in temperature and cool to explore. During our last heatwave, I stumbled upon one of my adolescent favorites, The Giver.

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What could be worse than having no memories, no music, no color and sameness? It’s a chilling tale about being your own person and not just fitting in with the crowd.

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Technically, I shouldn’t count this one towards my 2019 book challenge. I’ve read it before, but it was a few decades ago. The message is still relevant today. Be your own person, and sameness is the death of a thriving society. I loved this book as an adolescent, and I loved it even more as an adult.

This is the new favorite sleep spot is a collapsible cube. Burt and Ernie try to push each other out or sleep in it at the same time. In the photo above, Burt’s managed to land the coveted sleep spot first.

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