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Happy Sunday! Did you know today is National Blueberry Muffins day? Plus it is the anniversary of E.B. White's birthday, and the anniversary of when Robert Bailey Thomas published the very first Farmers Almanac in 1792. So grab a muffin and come along with me on a journey of discovery as we explore with our next 52 books category - Maps.
Whether you explore by foot, car, train, sailing ship or space ship, authors and characters like to explore and helpfully provide us with maps of their worlds and their journeys. Read about real life geographers, explorers and adventurers. Read about a character mapping the world or possibly uncovering new worlds. Read a book with a map on the cover or in the title. Read about the history of cartography, or even a cartographical mystery.
There are many different types of maps so there are a number of ways to go with this category and you can interpret it anyway you like.
And last but not least, one of my favorite things is creative cartography which was introduced to me in a writing class and I thoroughly enjoyed exploring Maps of the Imagination: The Writer as Cartographer.
Have fun following rabbit trails and see where they lead you!
Count of Monte Cristo
Chapter 67. The Office of the King’s Attorney
Chapter 68. A Summer Ball
Chapter 69. The Inquiry
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