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"Books are the treasured wealth of the world, and the fit inheritance of generations and nations."  Thoreau "My education was the liberty I had to read indiscriminately and all the time."  Dylan Thomas "Reading is the best method for recuperation and healing."
Friedrich Nietzsche
"I am never long, even in the society of her that I love, without yearning for the company of my lamp and my library."
Lord Byron
"There was wont to lie in my mother's parlour Spenser's works and this I was made an irremediable poet before the age of twelve."
Abraham Cowley
         
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"I am the product of endless books.  Nothing was forbidden me and in the seemingly endless rainy afternoons, I took volume after volume from the shelves."  C.S. Lewis "If the crown of all the kingdoms of the Empire were laid at my feet in exchange for my books and love of reading I would spurn them all."  Francois Fenelon "In the library we are surrounded by many hundreds of dear friends imprisoned by an enchanter in paper and leathern boxes."  Emerson "Shut in from all the world without; no matter how the north wind raved, we read by the hearth-fire's ruddy glow."
John Greenleaf Whittier
"There are rainy days in autumn and stormy days in winter when the rocking chair in front of the fire simply demands an accompanying book."
Theodore Roosevelt
         
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"A personal library is not a luxury but one of the necessities of life."
Henry Ward Beecher
"I read them all, inhabiting a world that was two-thirds letterpress and only one-third trees, fields, streets and real people."  H.L. Mencken "Life being very short and the quiet hours of it, few, we ought to choose our books wisely."  Ruskin "A book should serve as an ax for the frozen sea within us."  Kafka "As a young lad, I found in my mother's dressing room some odd volumes of Shakespeare, which I read in rapture by firelight until the bustle of the family rising from supper warned me to creep back to my bed where I was supposed to have been safely deposited since nine o'clock."  Sir Walter Scott
         
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"Reading is the best method for recuperation and healing."
Friedrich Nietzsche
"What better occupation, really?  You feel it is your own heart beating beneath the heroine's cloak."  Gustave Flaubert "As a young lad, I found in my mother's dressing room some odd volumes of Shakespeare, which I read in rapture by firelight until the bustle of the family rising from supper warned me to creep back to my bed where I was supposed to have been safely deposited since nine o'clock."  Sir Walter Scott "Study to show thyself approved unto God; rightly dividing the word of Truth."
2 Timothy 2:15
"Study to show thyself approved unto God; rightly dividing the word of Truth."
2 Timothy 2:15
         
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"We'd go for walks and picnics with books in our baskets and sit under trees and read.  I can still find the spot where the knight had his picnic with Saladin."
Joan Aiken
"Friends share all things."  Pythagoras "Many a verse I hope to write 'ere yet the bees hum about globes of clover and sweet peas."  Keats "Within books' silent chambers treasure lies preserved from age to age, more precious far than orient gems."  Wordsworth "I want someone to laugh with, someone to help my discrimination of a remark, and most certainly, to admire my acuteness and penetration."  Robert Burns
         
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"The cultivation of the mind's garden provides nourishment for the soul of man."  Cicero "The cultivation of the mind's garden provides nourishment for the soul of man."  Cicero "The cultivation of the mind's garden provides nourishment for the soul of man."  Cicero "The cultivation of the mind's garden provides nourishment for the soul of man."  Cicero "A young child, a fresh uncluttered mind, a world before him - to what treasures will you lead him?  With what will you furnish his spirit?"  Gladys Hunt
         
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"A young child, a fresh uncluttered mind, a world before him - to what treasures will you lead him?  With what will you furnish his spirit?"  Gladys Hunt "My education was the liberty I had to read indiscriminately and all the time."  Dylan Thomas "There are perhaps no days of childhood lived so fully as those spent with a favorite book."  Proust "Bastian Balthazar Bux's passion was books.  He spent whole afternoons with burning ears and rumpled hair, heedless of hunger or comfort, the world around him entirely forgotten..."  Michael Ende "A daughter must have a well stocked library of fairy tales which will lead her to poetry and classics and not to the twaddling novels."  C.S. Lewis
         
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"When I turned the pages of my first real book it was like hearing a vast wind and seeing a curtain of cloud sweeping up and away in gigantic folks, revealing the world."  Emlyn Williams "There are perhaps no days of childhood lived so fully as those spent with a favorite book."  Proust "What better occupation, really?  You feel it is your own heart beating beneath the heroine's cloak."  Gustave Flaubert "If I could bestow a gift on each child, it would be a lifelong sense of wonder; an indestructible antidote against the disenchantment of later years."  Rachel Carson "A young child, a fresh uncluttered mind, a world before him - to what treasures will you lead him?  With what will you furnish his spirit?"  Gladys Hunt
         
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"Life being very short and the quiet hours of it, few, we ought to choose our books wisely."  Ruskin "I read them all, inhabiting a world that was two-thirds letterpress and only one-third trees, fields, streets and real people."  H.L. Mencken "We'd go for walks and picnics with books in our baskets and sit under trees and read.  I can still find the spot where the knight had his picnic with Saladin."
Joan Aiken
"O give us once again the wishing cap of Furtunatus, and invisible cloak of Jack the Giant Killer, Robin Hood and Sabra in the forest with St. George."  Wordsworth "O, Tell me the tales that to me were so dear, long, long ago."  Thomas Bayly
         
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"Such wondrous fine fantastic tales of dragons, gypsies, queens and whales...and pirates wearing purple pants and sailing ships and elephants."
 Roald Dahl
"What the child chiefly dabbled in was books which strikes me as rather sensible."
Kenneth Grahame
"Man has roots in the earth, but his topmost branches may blossom in the heavens."
Henry George
"I never tire of reading on a long summer afternoon; sometimes musing, sometimes dozing under the crabapple."
Washington Irving
"I began to discover the art of leaving my body to sit impassive in a crumpled up attitude, while I wandered over the hills and far away to other worlds."  H.G. Wells
         
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"There are perhaps no days of childhood lived so fully as those spent with a favorite book."  Proust "A young child, a fresh uncluttered mind, a world before him - to what treasures will you lead him?  With what will you furnish his spirit?"  Gladys Hunt "Such wondrous fine fantastic tales of dragons, gypsies, queens and whales...and pirates wearing purple pants and sailing ships and elephants."
 Roald Dahl
"O, Tell me the tales that to me were so dear, long, long ago."  Thomas Bayly "O give us once again the wishing cap of Furtunatus, and invisible cloak of Jack the Giant Killer, Robin Hood and Sabra in the forest with St. George."  Wordsworth
         
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"There are perhaps no days of childhood lived so fully as those spent with a favorite book."  Proust "When I began to read books for myself I knew I had discovered the most important thing to me, that could be, ever."
Dylan Thomas
"My mother forbade me to go to the 82nd St. library because I was so inflamed with fairy stories I couldn't sleep."  Richard Stern "There are rainy days in autumn and stormy days in winter when the rocking chair in front of the fire simply demands an accompanying book."
Theodore Roosevelt
"When I turned the pages of my first real book it was like hearing a vast wind and seeing a curtain of cloud sweeping up and away in gigantic folks, revealing the world."  Emlyn Williams
         
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"My education was the liberty I had to read indiscriminately and all the time."  Dylan Thomas "Bastian Balthazar Bux's passion was books.  He spent whole afternoons with burning ears and rumpled hair, heedless of hunger or comfort, the world around him entirely forgotten..."  Michael Ende "Where is human nature as weak as in a bookstore?"
Henry Ward Beecher
"Where is human nature so weak, as in a bookstore?"  Henry Ward Beecher "Teach him high thought and amiable words, courtliness and love of truth; all that makes a man."  Alfred Lord Tennyson
         
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"A book should serve as an ax for the frozen sea within us."  Kafka "Within books' silent chambers treasure lies preserved from age to age, more precious far than orient gems."  Wordsworth "Books are the treasured wealth of the world, and the fit inheritance of generations and nations."  Thoreau "Books by the dozen, by the million and the billion...I ate them like salad; books were my sandwich for lunch, my tiffin and dinner and midnight munch."  Ray Bradbury "Reading is the best method for recuperation and healing."
Friedrich Nietzsche
         
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"Teach him high thought and amiable words, courtliness and love of truth; all that makes a man."  Alfred Lord Tennyson "Teach him high thought and amiable words, courtliness and love of truth; all that makes a man."  Alfred Lord Tennyson "A daughter must have a well stocked library of fairy tales which will lead her to poetry and classics and not to the twaddling novels."  C.S. Lewis "A young child, a fresh uncluttered mind, a world before him - to what treasures will you lead him?  With what will you furnish his spirit?"  Gladys Hunt "If I could bestow a gift on each child, it would be a lifelong sense of wonder."
Rachel Carson
         
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"There are times when solitude is the best society."
John Milton
"A young child, a fresh uncluttered mind, a world before him - to what treasures will you lead him?  With what will you furnish his spirit?"  Gladys Hunt "If I could bestow a gift on each child, it would be a lifelong sense of wonder; an indestructible antidote against the disenchantment of later years."  Rachel Carson "The cultivation of the mind's garden provides nourishment for the soul of man."  Cicero "Life being very short and the quiet hours of it, few, we ought to choose our books wisely."  Ruskin

 

         
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"A personal library is not a luxury but one of the necessities of life."
Henry Ward Beecher
"A book should serve as an ax for the frozen sea within us."  Kafka "Shakespeare gives the greatest width of human passion; Dante, the greatest altitude and greatest depth."
T.S. Eliot
"Life being very short and the quiet hours of it, few, we ought to choose our books wisely."  Ruskin "Reading is the best method for recuperation and healing."
Friedrich Nietzsche
         
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"Give me books, fruit, French wine and fine weather along with a little music out of doors."
John Keats
"Give me books, fruit, French wine and fine weather along with a little music out of doors."
John Keats
"Very early I began to read all about scimitars and slippers, dwarfs and fairies, giants and genii, Bluebeards and beanstalks, treasures and caverns and forests, and it was all true!"
Charles Dickens
"Books to the ceiling, books to the sky; my piles of books are a mile high.  How I love them!  How I need them!  I'll have a long beard before I read them."
Arnold Lobel
"Books to the ceiling, books to the sky; my piles of books are a mile high.  How I love them!  How I need them!  I'll have a long beard before I read them."
Arnold Lobel
         
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"My mother forbade me to go to the 82nd St. library because I was so inflamed with fairy stories I couldn't sleep."  Richard Stern  "There is a lion guarding those old stone gates."  Alfred Lord Tennyson "The lunatic, the lover and the poet are of imagination all compact."
Shakespeare
"The lunatic, the lover and the poet are of imagination all compact."
Shakespeare
"The lunatic, the lover and the poet are of imagination all compact."
Shakespeare
         
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"The lunatic, the lover and the poet are of imagination all compact."
Shakespeare
"The lunatic, the lover and the poet are of imagination all compact."
Shakespeare
"The lunatic, the lover and the poet are of imagination all compact."
Shakespeare
"The lunatic, the lover and the poet are of imagination all compact."
Shakespeare
 
         
         

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