Club Bookworms

Newbies report here first! And if you feel like you would like your own club, come and create one yourself too.
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CalvinS
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Re: Club Bookworms

Post by CalvinS » Tue Apr 21, 2020 3:48 pm

10 Life-Changing Books that Will Stay With You Forever
https://www.goodnet.org/articles/10-lif ... ou-forever

SlyMok
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Re: Club Bookworms

Post by SlyMok » Wed Apr 22, 2020 1:58 pm

Would recommend The Glass Hotel: A Novel by by Emily St. John Mandel. Its genre is Mystery, Psychological Fiction. I'm halfway through and it is really interesting!

SeongheeKim
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Re: Club Bookworms

Post by SeongheeKim » Thu Apr 23, 2020 1:37 pm

ChinaX Book Club: Five Authors, Five Books, Five Views of China
https://www.edx.org/course/chinax-book- ... s-of-china

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Re: Club Bookworms

Post by Katherin22 » Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:19 pm

10 Uplifting Books To Read During The Circuit Breaker
https://news.nestia.com/detail/10-Uplif ... er/3992866



RoastChickenDance
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Re: Club Bookworms

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MrLi1983
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Re: Club Bookworms

Post by MrLi1983 » Thu Apr 30, 2020 12:40 pm

For those who wants an intimate insight into the lives of low-income families staying in rental flats, this is the book to turn to. Through years of interviews and field work, the author succeeds in opening up a window that provides a glimpse of how this group struggle to live their lives on a daily basis. More importantly, this book serves to give them a voice and help to dispel some common societal misconceptions. As a sociologist, the author also analyses how current socio-economic policies designed to help this group often have limited success.

This book reminds Heartland Boy of the groundbreaking series on low-income families in Singapore, “Dont Call Us Poor“, produced by CNA. Heartland Boy also highly recommends watching this series of videos if you are looking for ideas to spend time during the Circuit
https://financialchickens.com/books-i-r ... t-breaker/

RoastChickenDance
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Re: Club Bookworms

Post by ReadingNikki » Fri May 08, 2020 1:19 pm

I love free books!! Thank you for sharing this link! :love: :love:

EmmaYang
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Re: Club Bookworms

Post by EmmaYang » Wed Jul 15, 2020 7:02 pm

Book recommendation for a 3 year old boy? Thank you!

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