Literary Linking: November 28 – December 2

laptop-tray-teaThis week’s articles include: Maya Angelou on libraries, a Harry Potter bucket list and more!

My favorite bookish links from the week of November 28 – December 2:

Maya Angelou on How a Library Saved Her Life
“…no one has articulated, nor lived, this liberating and salvational function of libraries more fully than Maya Angelou (April 4, 1928–May 28, 2014).”

24 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Kids
“Books are great gifts for all the children in your life. But sometimes it can be hard to know what books are age appropriate, highly rated, and not already a favorite.  So, we’ve compiled this handy guide of books organized by reader age that were published this year and have at least a 4-star rating from Goodreads readers.”

A Harry Potter Bucket List
“Muggles, don’t even think about attempting this Harry Potter bucket list! It’s only for folks who know their stuff about witchcraft and wizardry — aka extreme fans of J.K. Rowling’s magical series.”

‘Girl On The Train’ Author Paula Hawkins Has A New Book Coming Out Next Year
“Just weeks after the theatrical release of “The Girl on the Train,” the author of the book it’s based on has announced that she’ll release a new suspense novel in May 2017.”

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