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What 5 books would you bring on a year-long trip?

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Comment by Philip Cunningham III from Panama City
2007-04-24 01:20:43
1.) The Holy Bible<br /> <br /> 2.) The Journals of Lewis and Clark<br /> <br /> 3.) Over the Edge of the World: Magellan's Terrifying Circumnavigation of the Globe*<br /> <br /> 4.) The Ultimate Baseball Road-Trip: A Fan's Guide to Major League Stadiums.<br /> <br /> 5.) Rand McNally 2007 Road Atlas ;)<br /> <br /> * Magellan's story has so much drama! I can't believe Hollywood hasn't made a movie out of it yet.
Comment by Jen from Leeds
2007-04-24 16:44:06
-The 7th Harry Potter when it comes out (July 21st, ya that's right, if I had a calendar it would be circled)<br /> -Notes From a Big Country by Bill Bryson<br /> -Two books I've never read before but I've heard are good, because once you pass 8 re-reading the same book 48 times starts to become redundant<br /> -Oh The Places You'll Go by Dr. Suess (Someday I'll finish it)
Comment by Robert from Denver
2007-04-25 00:05:47
<br /> 1) Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert Pirsig<br /> 2) Riddley Walker by Russell Hoban, because every time I read it I understand it a little more.<br /> 3) The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams<br /> 4) Gödel, Escher, Bach by Douglas Hofstadter; maybe I'll finish it.<br /> 5) A Discworld novel by Terry Pratchett that I haven't read yet.<br />
Comment by John Ellenich from Phoenix
2007-04-25 13:15:05
5 that I haven't read before and heard were good.
Comment by Barb from L'Anse across the Bay from Baraga
2007-04-25 21:45:28
1. The Holy Bible....I never get tired of reading it. Always learn something new by reading and pondering it.<br /> 2. A HUGE crossword puzzle book.<br /> 3. A Theasurus<br /> 4. Queen Noor<br /> 5. A love story, mystery and a children's joke book all in one. ;)
Comment by Barb from L'Anse across the Bay from Baraga
2007-04-25 21:47:32
Opps...I better take a dictionary too.<br /> Thesaurus.
Comment by Mom from Baraga
2007-05-08 16:39:31
-The Bible <br /> -Quilter's Travel Companion (which lists all quilt shops across the continental US) <br /> -a current best seller for relaxing time<br /> -a travel book like "America's Most Scenic Drives"<br /> - Atlas, puzzle book
Comment by Eric from Corpus Christi
2007-07-19 03:34:37
My Bible! <br /> Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki<br /> Reposition Yourself by T.D. Jakes<br /> The precious present by Spencer Johnson<br /> My wifey!<br /> <br />
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