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Review for Uma and the Answer to Absolutely Everything

Review for Uma and the Answer to Absolutely Everything

Uma and the Answer to Absolutely Everything, Sam Copeland, Sarah Horne, Humour, Children's Books, Illustrations, AI, Friendship, Blue, men, Women, Shiny“Athena, What’s the Quickest Way to put Out an Eyebrow Fire?” This and many other questions come by in this hilarious and delightful book! Sam Copeland and Sarah Horne have done it again!

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Top 10 Books March 2021

Top 10 Books March 2021

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Top 10 March, Manga, Books, Reading, Recommended, Favourites

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Teaser Tuesday ~ Uma and the Answer to Absolutely Everything by Sam Copeland & Sarah Horne

Teaser Tuesday ~ Uma and the Answer to Absolutely Everything by Sam Copeland & Sarah Horne

Uma and the Answer to Absolutely Everything, Sam Copeland, Sarah Horne, Humour, Children's Books, Illustrations, AI, Friendship, Blue, men, Women, Shiny
I had Random.org select a page for me and it went with 119!
“How on earth are we supposed to do that?”
With a distraction. A spectacular distraction.
“What sort of spectacular distraction?” Alan Alan asked.
Drunk alpacas.
I chuckled. “I’m sorry, for a second there I thought you said “drunk alpacas”!”
That is what I said.
Spell the Month in Books: March

Spell the Month in Books: March

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Weekly Quote for Week 10-2021 ~ The Ankh-Morpork Archives, Volume I by Terry Pratchett, Paul Kidby, Stephen Briggs

Weekly Quote for Week 10-2021 ~ The Ankh-Morpork Archives, Volume I by Terry Pratchett, Paul Kidby, Stephen Briggs

The Ankh-Morpork Archives: Volume One, Terry Pratchett, Blue, Faces, Fancy Letters, Wizard, Paul Kidby, Stephen Briggs, CoverThe UU Library is theoretically the largest in the universe or, indeed, any conceivable universe; it has a diameter of about one hundred yards but, as far as we can determine, an infinite radius. The presence of so much stored magic does to time and space what a hot iron does to a pound of butter, so that you may well encounter places where the floor is now the wall, the books have turned into small clay models of hedgehogs and you yourself appear to be a device for coring apples. Students will therefore find it convenient to stick to the routes marked with chalk and the occasional banana skin.