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Mercury- Hope Larson. Read with Friends with Boys by Faith Erin Hicks and Anya's Ghost by Vera Brosgol.

Mercury- Hope Larson. Read with Friends with Boys by Faith Erin Hicks and Anya's Ghost by Vera Brosgol.

28 Days Later: A graphic novel continuation of the popular film bridges the gap between the original movie and its sequel, in a volume of four interconnected stories that follows such storylines as the development of the Rage virus, survival battles within an infected cityscape, and the efforts to restore order in decimated London.

28 Days Later: A graphic novel continuation of the popular film bridges the gap between the original movie and its sequel, in a volume of four interconnected stories that follows such storylines as the development of the Rage virus, survival battles within an infected cityscape, and the efforts to restore order in decimated London.

The Coldest City by Anthony Johnston and Sam Hart | nomiresdebajodelacama

The Coldest City by Anthony Johnston and Sam Hart

The Coldest City by Anthony Johnston and Sam Hart | nomiresdebajodelacama

The Last Unicorn.  I like the book better, myself.  It's very 60s and beautifully written.

The Last Unicorn. I like the book better, myself. It's very 60s and beautifully written.

Gabriel Ba & Fabio Moon - De: Tales (Hardback)

Gabriel Ba & Fabio Moon - De: Tales (Hardback)

Plato: Symposium by Benjamin Jowett, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0023607602/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_l7V-sb1RQ7D59

Plato: Symposium by Benjamin Jowett, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0023607602/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_l7V-sb1RQ7D59

This was an unexpected surprise in my summer reading this year. Picked it up in Boston on vacation because I didn't like what I brought along and found its simplicity eloquent and poignant, almost like a novel length Haiku. I plan to teach this the first chance I get. For the first time, I was able to experience a true connection with the intricate and lovely language of mathematics.

This was an unexpected surprise in my summer reading this year. Picked it up in Boston on vacation because I didn't like what I brought along and found its simplicity eloquent and poignant, almost like a novel length Haiku. I plan to teach this the first chance I get. For the first time, I was able to experience a true connection with the intricate and lovely language of mathematics.

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