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Belated #Recommonday 🔔 Last week, I binged two wonderful series. Two comedies worth all the buzz and awards nods. ▪Fleabag: A British tale of an eccentric gal only known as "Fleabag", and her entourage. ▪The Marvelous Mrs Maisel: An upper east side lady whom's life goes upside down... □Fun fact: Phoebe Waller-Bridge is the creator, writer and executive producer of both "Fleabag" and "Killing Eve". I remember when I saw Rachel Brosnahan on #HouseOfCards, I thought this girl better get more acting gigs! Ah, and Tony Shalhoub "Monk" plays her father! . . . . . . . . . . . . #MrsMaisel #Amazon #Prime #RachelBrosnahan #PhoebeWallerBridge #TheMarvelousMrsMaisel #Fleabag #series #comedy #standup #funny #memes #50s #vintage #newyork #london #uppereastside #instastyle #fashion #love #style


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Belated #Recommonday: I came across the #RedHanded podcast by chance, and now I'm hooked! Episode 99 about Mona Fandey was the first episode I listened to. Funny, witty and gripping! (Btw correction corner: Mona/Muna/Mouna is a common name in the middle east, north Africa and Muslim countries in Asia. It means "wishes/desires". It's not "Westernized".) ☆ Anyway, Suruthi & Hannah, here's your (first?) Moroccan listener. 🇲🇦😄 . . . . . . . . #Dark #TrueCrime #TrueCrimeJunkie #Podcast #British #Britain #UK #Malaysia #History #Story #Crime #Horror #creepy #murder #blackmagic #magic #fraud #star #crime #singer #killer #darkside #junkie #red #truecrimecommunity #podcaster #pod #horrorgram #truecrimepodcast


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#Recommonday (Monday Recommandation): "The Dark Side Of" is a #Parcast mini-series covering shady stories lost to American history. In its first edition, this podcast dives deep into: "THE DARK SIDE...OF HOLLYWOOD". . . . . . . . . #TheDarkSideOf #Parcast #Dark #TrueCrime #TrueCrimeJunkie #Hollywood #Podcast #American #History #Vintage #Story #Crime #Horror #fattyarbuckle #pegentwistle #LanaTurner #star #actress #theatre #killer #darkside #junkie


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RecomMonday! * Robinson, by Peter Sis * The bright blue of the cover drew me in, and the map on the sail sealed the deal. Searching the library for PB comps brought me to this gem. It was featured on top of one of the books shelves (thanks librarians!), and the pages took me on a dreamlike exploration through reality and fantasy—just the trip I was hoping to take. * #recommonday #robinson #adventuring #scholastic


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RecomMonday! Julian is a Mermaid, by Jessica Love * While there's not a lot of text, there's a lot of vivid color and detail in the drawings and facial expressions. Both picture and story flow from page to page as fluid as an ocean's gentle waves. This is a beautiful story of LOVE and acceptance told in a purely natural way. * #recommonday #picturebook #acceptance #mermaidsarereal


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Zum #recommonday teilen wir Foto dieser unglaublich leckeren Burger von @letscookvegan. For recommonday we post a picture oft the incredibly tasty burgers from letscookvegan. _____ #toohungrytofoodphotography #veganfueled #vegan #burgers #soulfood #veganberlin #berlinvegan #vegansofinstagram #foodstagram #foodspiration #veganstudent #cheatday #cheatmeal #healthy


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A special 4th of July #RecomMonday : A Spy Called James, a brief biography of a slave named James who served as a Revolutionary War spy in exchange for freedom. James worked under General Lafayette and provided information that helped win the Battle of Yorktown. This beautifully illustrated book tells the fascinating story of this brave American spy.


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@gaiser_bee_co has thee most delicious honey I have EVER had. You all gotta try this stuff out. 🐝 #recommonday #honey #supportlocal


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#RecomMonday is back with a pick from our new graphic novel section! In Ms Marvel, Kamala Khan is just figuring out where she fits in in her Jersey City high school when she discovers she has shape-shifting powers. And with a mysterious Inventor trapping kids around town, Kamala has to find time to save her city and do homework.


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This week's #RecomMonday is You Don't Want a Unicorn. Tap to listen to Maren read it! #readaloud


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#RecomMonday : Radiant Child: The Story of Young Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat - Learn about New York artist Jean-Michel Basquiat in this vibrantly illustrated biography for children. Echoing Basquiat's own mixed-media collage style, writer and illustrator Javaka Steptoe brings to life Basquiat's childhood in 1970s Brooklyn. Winner of the Caldecott Medal and the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Award, Radiant Child is a beautifully told story of a young artist and the people and city who inspired him.


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Lynda Blackmon turned 15 on day 2 of the Selma to Montgomery voting rights march, but she'd already been marching for two years by then. In this memoir for young readers, Lynda Blackmon Lowery describes her years as a young teenager fighting for civil rights. Filled with beautiful illustrations and historical photos, this first-hand account of the civil right movement shows a determined young person making a difference and changing history. #RecomMonday #whatareyoureading


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#RecomMonday Zora!: The Life of Zora Neale Hurston by Dennis Brindell Fradin and Judith Bloom Fradin. Follow Zora Neale Hurston from her childhood in Florida through her time as a writer during the Harlem Renaissance in this biography for young readers. Richly sourced with plenty of Zora's own words and photos, this biography is a great introduction to a fantastic American writer.


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#RecomMonday : In his autobiography for young readers, Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews remembers growing up in the Treme neighborhood of New Orleans, where music was always in the air. He picked up his first trombone (and his nickname) at age four and carried it with him everywhere from that moment on. Vibrant illustrations bring Shorty's childhood to life and perfectly compliment this sweet remembrance of Trombone Shorty's love for music and New Orleans.


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Celebrating Fashion Week with our #RecomMonday pick: Hot Pink: The Life and Fashion of Elsa Schiaparelli by Susan Goldman Rubin. A beautiful biography of fashion designer Schiaparelli contains pictures of her most famous designs, including her lobster dress collaboration with artist Salvador Dali. Written for young readers, this biography is colorful, well-researched, and includes many of Schiap's own words about her life and her fashion house, which still exists today.


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Today's #RecomMonday : Dara Palmer's Major Drama by Emma Shevah. Fifth grader Dara knows she's a star - her name even means "star" in Cambodian, the country where she was born! So why didn't she get a part in the school play? Follow Dara as she learns about herself as an actress, an international adoptee, and a writer in this energetic, happy book. Great for ages 8-11. Recommended by Maren.


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#RecomMonday : March by John Lewis - In this autobiographical comic, Congressman John Lewis recounts his time as an original Freedom Rider and speaker at the March on Washington. A great primer on the history of the Civil Rights Movement with art that places you in the moment.


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#RecomMonday: Part fairy tale, part spy thriller, Blood Red Snow White tells the story of an Englishman caught up in the Russian Revolution. Winner of the Printz Award, this YA book will interest anyone who enjoys a well-written historical spy thriller (with bonus love story!). Recommended by Maren.


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#RecomMonday : My True Love Gave to Me, edited by Stephanie Perkins. This short story collection, written by several bestselling YA authors, contains 12 holiday-centered love stories. Like a Hallmark Christmas movie in book form, these stories are sweet, funny, and perfect to read on a cold December day.


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#RecomMonday : Commonwealth by Ann Patchett, the story of a blended family who spend carefree summers together until an unexpected tragedy happens. Commonwealth spans fifty years, following the siblings as their relationships strain, crack, and eventually mend. -recommended by Maren


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". . . the problem: myopia. He was nearsighted. The future lay before him, inevitable but invisible." The #recommonday goes to An Abundance of Katherines! #reading #readinginprogress #readinglist #book #instabook #bookworm #recommended #quoteoftheday


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