Dewey Decimal Jan & Feb Review Round-up

Here is a collection of reviews for books for the Dewey Decimal Challenge out in the blogosphere. Lots of good selections. Thanks everyone for participating. I’ll keep updating with review links as I keep finding them!

@ Rebecca Reads

The Book that Changed My Life by edited by Roxanne J. Coady and Joy Johannesson.

Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar by Thomas Cathcart and Daniel Klein

@ A Striped Armchair

Rereadings, ed. by Anne Fadiman & The Library at Nightby Alberto Manguel

The Consolations of Philosophy by Alain de Botton

@ Urban Honking

Savage Girls and Wild Boys: A History of Feral Children by Michael Newton

@ Book Kitten

@ How Will It End

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Critical Thinking by Amy Wall

The Middle Place by Kelly Corrigan

@ Ready When You Are C.B.

Aliens Among Us by Ruth Montgomery

@ Enough to Read

A Natural History of Senses By Diane Ackerman

Book By Book: Notes on Reading and Life by Michael Dirda

Lucky Man by Michale J. Fox

@ Books and Musings from Downunder

A Year of Living Biblically by A. J. Jacobs

Enough Rope by Andrew Denton

Dewey The Small Town Library Cat by Vicki Myron

@ An Adventure in Reading

The Darwin Awards by Wendy Northcutt

Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking by Malcolm Gladwell 

Dewey the Small Town Library Cat by Vicki Myron

Shakespeare Wrote for Money by Nick Hornby

@ Nothing of Importance (aka Reading Challenged Obsessed)

Green River, Running Red by Ann Rule

That’s Life: Finding Scrapbook Inspiration in the Everyday by Nic Howard

The Crucible by Arthur Miller

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3 responses to “Dewey Decimal Jan & Feb Review Round-up

  1. I’ve reviewed a few as well, but I’ve already linked to them on other posts on your blog. I’m really enjoying this challenge — thanks so much for hosting it!

  2. I found you! I added your reviews and a others that people linked me to. What a huge list of books to look through. Great job everyone!

  3. I reviewed another as well…The Book on the Bookshelf, by Henry Petroski.

    I agree with Rebecca; this is a great challenge. I’m really enjoying it.

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