Double dare you not to sing that song now..
Anyway, we get piles of books everyday to review here at GGA. Many of them go right in the donate pile. Here are the ones worth your while this Fall. Curl up with one of these ribbed paper babies under a blankie with some soy hot chocolate, a good pair of vintage spectacles, and let the reality TV take a breather. If we say read it, it means it’s really worth your time. You’ll be inspired. Or hungry. Do it.
If it’s a documentary, does it count as reading? Here are a couple smart new to DVD docs you gotta rock:
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