We Loved Your Book So Much We Ate It

snailhuddle freestyle bookclub




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This is snailhuddle’s BookWyrm site.

Its logo depicts printed matter which has been subjected to a voracious readership of actual snails.

The title We Loved Your Book So Much We Ate It refers to an anecdote of Maurice Sendak’s, from an interview with Terry Gross — ‘Sendak on Childhood.’, Fresh Air, 15 April 1986. The story comes towards the end of the recording, between 26:50–27:48.

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Welcome to We Loved Your Book So Much We Ate It!

We Loved Your Book So Much We Ate It is part of BookWyrm, a network of independent, self-directed communities for readers. While you can interact seamlessly with users anywhere in the BookWyrm network, this community is unique.

Indigenous Plants of the Sandbelt is We Loved Your Book So Much We Ate It's most beloved book, with an average rating of 5.0 out of 5.
More We Loved Your Book So Much We Ate It users want to read Stitches in time : the story of the clothes we wear than any other book.

Track your reading, talk about books, write reviews, and discover what to read next. Always ad-free, anti-corporate, and community-oriented, BookWyrm is human-scale software, designed to stay small and personal. If you have feature requests, bug reports, or grand dreams, reach out and make yourself heard.

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wrul (they, iel, etc)


Joined 1 year, 5 months ago