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18 Books That Changed How We Felt About Ourselves As Women

18 Books That Changed How We Felt About Ourselves As Women 1. The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison "The Bluest Eye helped me to realize that I was truly beautiful -- both inside and out -- in spite of society's standards." - Dana Oliver, Senior Beauty Editor

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Toni Morrison: 'I want to feel what I feel. Even if it's not happiness'

Toni Morrison “If there's a book that you want to read, but it hasn't been written yet, then you must write it.”

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Still Got That On The Shelf: Books Every Black Girl Read Back In The Day

I had my class read this book when I was teaching high school English Lit... They loved it!!

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"What will be your summer-wildlife highlight? A dawn chorus combining birds of woodland and wetland? Lying in a meadow of orchids and ox-eye daisies? A boat trip to an offshore island where puffins peer curiously at you? Or a dune tiger beetle, scurrying along the sand beneath the bluest of summer skies? This book celebrates the special, the rare and the spectacular." A Summer of British Wildlife by James Lowen #100dayswild

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Paul Newman (1925-2008) Newman is best known for his roles in The Long, Hot Summer, Exodus, The Hustler, Hud, Cool Hand Luke, Slapshot, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Sting, Mr. and Mrs. Bridge, Harry & Son, and The Color of Money. Newman's charity work includes Newman's Own organic foods, and the Hole in The Wall Gang camps. Newman was married twice. He and Joanne Woodward were married for 50 years. He has 6 children. Newman died in 2008 of lung cancer.

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Shirley Temple Black- a life in pictures

Shirley Temple, 1934. A distant cousin. Family archive has an illustration of her by BFJ. He thought Grace looked just like her. Grace & Shirley are the same age.

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Cette photo est magnifique... j'adore la prise de vue... la couleur des yeux de ce chat est extraordinaire !

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