PBS’ The Great American Read Card Catalog Reviews- WEEK 9

In Search of the End of the Sidewalk has teamed up with the Berryville, Arkansas library for this summer’s “The Great American Read” with PBS. The goal for Berryville residents is to have one Card Catalog Review for each of the 100 books on PBS’ list. (You can find the list here.)  Each Saturday, In Search of the End of the Sidewalk will post a roundup of all of the reviews that came in during the week.

Summer stats:
Week 1– 3 books (97 to go), Week 2– 5 books (92 to go), Week 3- 5 books (87 to go), Week 4– 4 books (83 to go), Week 5- 5 books (78 to go!), Week 6– 5 books, Week 7- 5 books Week 8– 5 books (lost count, but I think we’re at 63 to go)

The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams

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Purchase The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy here

Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden

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Purchase Memoirs of a Geisha here

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith

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Purchase A Tree Grows in Brooklyn here

The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde

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Purchase The Picture of Dorian Gray here

Gilead by Marilynne Robinson

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Purchase Gilead here

 

 

2 thoughts on “PBS’ The Great American Read Card Catalog Reviews- WEEK 9

    • Well, this one isn’t a direct recommendation from me. I’m pairing with the Berryville Library and each Saturday is a roundup of their patron’s recommendations from PBS’ The Great American Read project. I think I read this one years ago, but would honestly need a re-read before being able to give a thumbs up or down on it.

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