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List of Books My Family Wants to Read

Indonesians are not known for their love of books. But luckily for us, our mother is a bookworm and our father is a student-at-heart-for-life. So their children inherit a love for books.

The following is a list of books my brother wants to read:
And my sister's book list:
From angku Fendy's:
From Chris:
I haven't read most of the books, but it would be interesting to know what they are all about. Looking at the list, though, I realize that our family has a very diverse interests; everyone is interested about something unique.

Oh well, I just hope the future generations will still like reading.

Comments

Unknown said…
Did you know you can get some of those books in large print and audio format? I don't know if any of your family uses large print, but they make great gifts for people who have trouble with standard print size. Here's a site I know that has a lot of books: http://www.readhowyouwant.com/
Anonymous said…
LOL :D I really liked the phrase "So their children inherit a love for books." :D I literally laughed :D.

By the way, try www.scribd.com i think it has lots of documents there too :)
ogautama said…
Lavinia, thanks for the website I'll check it out for sure. Thankfully, our eyesight is ok (with glasses on ^_^).

Ervin, so do you love reading as well? It seems like you know good websites for books as well. ^_^

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