Red Box, The
ISBN: 0553204890 Global Overview for this book
2 journalers for this copy...
She was a crappy Bookcrosser
But a wonderful human being
This book was found in the library of Purple58, a very special woman whom I was fortunate enough to meet through our BookCrossing group, the Table of Contents.
Fiercely independent, with a loving heart and a wicked sense of humor, she was passionate about the things she believed in and was willing to stand up and be counted when necessary. She was truly a one of a kind individual, and she will be missed by all of her many friends...who prefer to believe that she's off in Vegas, having a fabulous time and eating as many desserts as she wants.
This book came home from purple58's wonderful send-off with me. I think Holly would have loved her final party and I'm glad I was able to be a part of it.
This book will be heading out soon in honor of an exceptional woman who would be happy to see her books keep traveling.
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Themes for Secretariat's 2016 Never Judge a Book By Its Cover Challenge (4th quarter):
Week 40: fall colors (red, yellow)
Week 48: authors names with embedded nouns (stout)
Week 52: giftwrap colors (red, white, yellow)
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Released for Secretariat's 2016 Never Judge a Book By Its Cover Challenge (week 53: 4th quarter re-do). I'll also count this for Davros-10's 2017 TV Challenge...and also for ekorren's 52 towns in 52 weeks challenge
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