Oranges being set free

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Oranges being set free

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1rainpebble
Bearbeitet: Jan. 17, 2013, 12:06pm



As I attempt to free up shelf space I am letting go of my Oranges that I have already reread or that I do not hold dear to my heart. And in doing so I thought perhaps others may be doing the same. I am beginning to use the Library for a lot of my Orange reads now as well. So, already having cleared my Orange shelf of 16 books, I finally thought to come here. (Not to worry. They all went to a reader of the Orange.)

Today I am putting up my copy of The Help by Kathryn Stockett. Have already read it thrice and probably won't be reading it again. So if anyone would like it please let me know and I can get it out as early as today or tomorrow with others I sending to kind L.T. friends.
Thank you,

2Yells
Jan. 17, 2013, 12:16pm

I wish you posted yesterday as last night I took a pile of stuff (oranges included) to the thrift store. I have a few more to read and send on so if there is interest, I can post some here.

Thanks for the idea!

3rainpebble
Jan. 17, 2013, 12:50pm

Thrift shops are great Danielle if you have one near. Saves the postage. The only one anywhere near me is used my meth-heads, alchies & druggies so I really don't put anything there that I ever cared about. And within a 65 mile radius the only other thing we have is a Good Will store.
Thank you for your interest and I am sure you have already read The Help?

4Yells
Jan. 17, 2013, 7:31pm

I have read that one and quite liked it. I loved the pie :)

Our thrift store is pretty good - good books and no known meth-heads!