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Barbara's Books

So many books, so little time......I finally canned all those periodicals (well, to be honest, I kept Gourmet and Architectural Digest for a while--I know it should have been Natural History and Smithsonian, but Oscar Wilde lives on).

Absolute Favorites (a partial list)

The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying--Sogyal Rinpoche
The Phantom Tollbooth--Norton Juster
Awakening the Buddha Within--Lama Surya Das
Love In The Time Of Cholera--Gabriel Garcia Marquez
The Name of the Rose--Umberto Eco
A Moveable Feast--Ernest Hemingway
Dakini Teachings--Padmasambhava
The Moonstone--Wilkie Collins
Anything by the Dalai Lama
The Panda's Thumb--Stephen Gould
The Daughter of Time--Josephine Tey

A General Theory of Love--Lewis, Amini, & Lannon
Shopgirl--Steve Martin
No Time to Lose--A Guide To The Bodhisattva’s Way of Life, commentary by Pema Chodron

A Little Quirkier--But Worth It:
On A Winter's Night A Traveler--Italo Calvino
I Was Amelia Earhart--Jane Mendelsohn
The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo--Steig Larsson

Jeff Gordon, jazz pianist, recommends:
Eight--Catherine Neville

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