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Book Musings August 4, 2020

There is one place where I time travel: the beach. As I walk the wet sand, the  ocean air goes deep into my lungs and permeates my being. I could be four years old holding my mother's hand as we scan for shells, or a new mom carrying my daughter. I see my father (who hated sand despite having worked at Jones Beach) vigilantly watching the youngsters as they play in the waves. A moment later my sister challenges me to a race to the boardwalk for Cracker Jack.

I haven't been able to make my usual time travel trips to the shore this year. I'm losing myself in books instead, and while I don't inhale the pages I do enjoy the journeys. I hope you can do the same.

Read the full August 4, 2020 Book Musings here.

In the Light,
Audrey Greenhall, Manager of QuakerBooks
(215) 561-1700 ext. 3044

In This Issue: 
  • New and Noteworthy - Wellsprings of Life; Pies from Nowhere
  • Friends Journal Reviews - August 2020
  • The Latest Quaker Quicks Book - Quakers Do What! Why? 
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