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Saratoga, California USA

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Thursday, July 29, 2004

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Recent Book Activity


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4 weeksall time

books registered:02,662
released in the wild:0873
controlled releases:026
releases caught:0591
controlled releases caught:018
books found:0265
tell-a-friend referrals:0261
new member referrals:030
forum posts:0608

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Extended Profile


I have been an avid reader since I was a child (I was one of those with the flashlight under the covers). I especially like lite (cozy) mysteries and am willing to try most of them. I also am just getting back into audio books (it’s a good way to get to and from work).

I've been reading a lot of books from the library lately, so haven't registered a lot of books lately. Will try to start up again this year.




I’ve got a new webpage and project that I hope will go hand in hand with bookcrossing.
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I've read the following this year so far. (For Audiobooks I will use the Mass Market page count).

Books I've Read This Year 2010
1. Froggy Bakes A Cake by Jonathan London (Jan)
2. Froggy Gets Dressed by Jonathan London (Jan)
3. The Turkey's Treat by Marie Sanderlin Metroke (Jan)
4. The Laceyville Monkeys: Say the Right Words by Harriett Ruderman (Jan)



Books I’ve Listen To This Year 2010

1. Manhunt: The 12-Day Chase for Lincoln's Killer by James L. Swanson (Jan - Library)
2. The Christmas Pearl by Dorothea Benton Frank (Jan - Library)









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Bookrings, Book Rays, Bookboxes, and Challenges I’ve done and completed can be found here:

2004 , 2005 , 2006, 2007,
LTC (Lifetime Challenge)


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Were my books have gone:


create your own personalized map of the USA

US States: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California , Colorado, Conneticut,Deleware Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland , Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota , Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington , West Virginia, Wisconsin
If your state is not listed , please take a look at my available list. I would love to send to all states by the end of 2007.



create your own personalized map of Canada

Canadian Provinces/Territories: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Nanavut, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan
If your province/territory is not listed , please take a look at my available list. I would love to send to all provinces/territories by the end of 2007.



create your own visited country map

Countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria,Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria,Chile,Costa Rica,Cyprus, Dominican Republic, Ecuador.Egypt, England, Ethiopia,Finland, France, Germany, Greece, India,Iran, Ireland,Israel, Italy, Jamacia, Liechtenstein, Malaysia, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway,Phillippines, Portugal, Scotland, Serbia & Montenegro, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland,TurkeyVenzuela, ,Wales
If your country is not listed, please take a look at my available list. I would love to send to all countries by the end of 2007.


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I'm a Firebellied Toad!

These colorful toads are very active and fun for beginner pet owners. They enjoy spending their day swimming and singing with other frogs of their species and become more active when not alone. Weird fact: Firebellied toads cannot extend their tongues like other toads or frogs. To feed, they must leap forward and catch their prey with their mouths. After they have grabbed a cricket or worm with their mouth, they usually use their fore-arms to help stuff food the rest of the way in. Then they squish their eyeballs down in their heads to push the food into their throat.

What kind of Frog are you?



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