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The cold winter air, the crackling of a fireplace … sounds like a
perfect time for a good book. If you haven’t been to Powells.com, then
you’re in for a real treat. They have everything from the newest
releases to a fantastic rare book section. In their Rare
Book Room Children’s Section, I found a 1930 version of “Treasure
Island” by Robert L. Stevenson, by typing the title in the search box.
I also found a first edition “Charlie Brown Christmas” by Charles
Shultz, also by doing a title search. Both of these would be great
additions to any personal library.
Also at Powells.com
is a great duo for any conservative, “Reagan on Leadership” and
“Churchill on Leadership,” two solid choices for the reading list.
Enter keywords “Reagan on Leadership” or “Churchill on Leadership” into
the search box.
And for you homeschoolers, Powells.com also has a site for used textbooks.
Check the sidebar on their front page for the link.
I know you’ll enjoy your trip to Powells.com, and there’s still time
to order before Christmas. And, Powells.com will ship any order of
$50.00 or more for free.
WorldNetDaily readers have chosen another spot for good books, LaissezFaire.com.
One book to check out at this site is “A Place Called Waco.” This is a
survivor’s account of what went on that terrible day and is called “A
surprisingly balanced and honest account.” Another of our readers picks
is “The Incredible Bread Machine,” a new edition of that popular book
about capitalism vs. the government. These definitely don’t make for
light reading but would be great for a stormy day in front of the fire.
Kitchen Items Galore
Here’s a great site sent in by a WorldNetDaily reader. Fantes has been in
business since 1906 and this year they launched Fantes.com, which has
links to just about every kitchen accessory manufacturer on the Web.
Their links run from American Harvest Dehydrators to Kitchenaid to
Vitamix! Literally A to Z — a homemakers dream! You’ll definitely
want to bookmark this one; I did.
Thanks to our readers who have given me ideas on other sites! If you
have a site of interest, please let me know so I can pass it along.