Monthly Archives: April 2015

Task 14: A Nonfiction Book – Why Gender Matters

In a day and age where gender equality is the goal and gender roles and boundaries become more and more skewed, it would do us good to take a moment out of our ever-busy lives and look at what makes … Continue reading

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Task #7: A Book with Nonhuman Characters – Winnie the Pooh

I know what you’re thinking: why is a grown man reading Winnie the Pooh? To put it plainly, I like the story. They are fun, funny, and great to read out loud. Plus I will one day have children and … Continue reading

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Task #33: A Book from your Childhood – The Fellowship of the Ring

Everyone should be familiar with this book. Whether you’ve read the book, watched the movie, both, or none of the above, the work of J. R. R. Tolkien is known around the world as masterful in regards to fantasy. My … Continue reading

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