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I will always be in love with "Interview with the Vampire" by Anne Rice. Louis, a plantation owner living in New Orleans, is distraught by the death of his brother, until the infamous vampire Lestat turns him into his immortal companion. At first Louis is burdened by the guilt of feeding on humans, but he finds solace in a friendship with an orphaned vampire girl.

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Interview with the Vampire (Vampire Chronicles): Anne Rice--- One of my favorite vampire series of all time. And none of them sparkle.

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Illustration by Erin McGuire. A perfect woman would not be afraid of heights. her most treasured books would require ladders to reach them. whatever pinnacle she climbed - she'd look like a librarian that could have been a gymnast.

"I've got a new book" - Illustration from "The Peter Patter Book: Rimes for Children" by Leroy F. Jackson, illustrated by Blanche Fisher Wright; published by Rand McNally & Co.; Chicago, NY (1918)

"I've got a new book" - Illustration from "The Peter Patter Book: Rimes for Children" by Leroy F. Jackson, illustrated by Blanche Fisher Wright; published by Rand McNally & Co.

"A book is a dream you hold in your hands." -- Neil Gaiman

"A book is a dream you hold in your hands" - Neil Gaiman (art by risarodil) - Books

'Peter Rabbit and his Ma, Ilustrated by Frances Brundage, 1928

Peter Rabbit and His Ma - No. 1090 Copright 1928 The Saalfield Pub. Co

Winnie-The-Pooh, pictures by Helen Page, 1926. E.P. Dutton

Winnie-The-Pooh, Pictures by Helen Page 1926. E.P. Dutton

The Face on the Milk Carton by Caroline B. Cooney | 35 Childhood Books You May Have Forgotten About

The Face on the Milk Carton by Caroline B. Cooney

The Face on the Milk Carton by Caroline B. Cooney (Janie Johnson, book I think reading this book was some sort of right of passage when I was a young teen. All the girls I knew read it.

Corduroy - Penguin Classic Kids Books - I had this book at my Grandma's and will continue the tradition one day :)

Corduroy by Don Freeman is the first in a long series of picture books about little teddy bear. In this one he's living in an apartment store, forgotten on a shelf long enough he's lost one of his buttons. This book is part of my childhood!

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