The NF Library 16 Books to Inspire, Educate, and Gain Levels Your Existence

 

Birthday Book Haul

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The Library SNL

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The Hike “Sweet Stories” at the San Francisco Public Library

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Sarah Jessica Parker and Fatima Farheen Mira at Tompkins Square Library, Notes from the Reading Life

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Notes from the Reading Life with Desus Nice and Rebecca Carroll at the Bronx Library Center

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BOOKSHELF TOUR: a 2020 tour of my home library and bookshelves

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Life’s Library

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Sarah Jessica Parker and Fatima Farheen Mira at Tompkins Square Library, Notes from the Reading Life

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THE GOOD AND THE BEAUTIFUL||HOMESCHOOL LIBRARY CLEAN OUT+MY KIDS FAVORITES THIS YEAR+GIVEAWAY

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The Library SNL

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The Hike “Sweet Stories” at the San Francisco Public Library

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Notes from the Reading Life with Desus Nice and Rebecca Carroll at the Bronx Library Center

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BOOKSHELF TOUR: a 2020 tour of my home library and bookshelves

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Life’s Library

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The NF Library: 16 Books to Inspire, Educate, and Level Up Your Life By Steve Kamb • Last Updated: October 1, 2012 • 117 comments I’m a huge bookworm. Creating children’s books to educate, uplift, and inspire. New Frontier was established in Australia in 2002 with the motto ‘to inspire, educate and uplift children’. Our expertise is in primary school age books.

The UK list was launched in 2017, which included Fiction and Picture Books. Classic stories from Greek mythology come to life in this latest single-subject themed book in the Weird But True spin-off series, Know-It-All. Strange facts accompanied by lush original full-color art cover everything kids need to know about Greek gods, heroes, monsters, and more. 20 classic books you will want to add to your library; fiction, non-fiction, and travel all get covered.

Not a 50 Shades of Grey in sight! Your mind is the most powerful tool you have for the creation of good in your life, but if not used correctly, can also be the most destructive force in your life. Both of these outcomes provide you.

The Most Life-Changing Books. If you can’t find time to read, the best way is to listen to audiobooks while commuting, working out or cooking. With Amazon’s Audible you get 2 audiobooks for free. Here are my top 20 books that will change your life. Read them to shape your thinking and improve your lifestyle.

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. If you feel out of control, this book will show you that the wheel of your life is in your hand. James explains his simple daily practice, a few basic habits that’ll make sure you’re healthy and emotionally well. Then he lines up many practical ways to choose yourself, most of. There are so many great business books that inspire, educate, and help create better entrepreneurs.

In this article, we’ll share 20 business books in 2020 that’ll change your life and grow your business. By reading one of these must read business books on this list, you’ll learn countless lessons that’ll help you achieve more success. A fresh, diverse classroom library will keep them all growing as readers.

Here are 50+ our favorite recent 4th grade books to share with your students. From beautiful picture books and poetry to hilarious tales to heart-wrenching coming of age stories, you’re sure to find something for every curious reader in your. 32 Books That Will Actually Change Your Life. anonymous entity goes beyond surface-level horror.

It opens up a dialogue about childhood trauma. For schools which are looking forward to set up a movie show for their students, here is a short list of the best movies that help to educate and inspire students. 1. Freedom Writers: This inspirational movie depicts the story of a young teacher who took effort to encourage her students to receive higher education despite their challenging.

List of related literature:

These books are also linked by their common approaches to life and living.

“South Asia Bible Commentary: A One-Volume Commentary on the Whole Bible” by Brian Wintle, Havilah Dharamraj, Jesudason Baskar Jeyaraj, Paul Swarup, Jacob Cherian, Finny Philip, Zondervan,
from South Asia Bible Commentary: A One-Volume Commentary on the Whole Bible
by Brian Wintle, Havilah Dharamraj, et. al.
Zondervan Academic, 2015

This book has been designed to help those who are in the process of activating their fifth dimensional state of consciousness Light Body and are on a spiritual path to graduation, ascension, and arrival on the “New Earth.”

“Wake up for Ascension to a New Earth or Leave” by Robert E. Pettit
from Wake up for Ascension to a New Earth or Leave
by Robert E. Pettit
iUniverse, 2010

Noory says that his first book, Worker in the Light: Unlock Your Five Senses and Liberate Your Limitless Potential (2006), written with bestselling author William J. Birnes, is his “revolutionary guide to spiritual enlightenment, human empowerment, ultimate productivity and absolute happiness.”

“Conspiracies and Secret Societies: The Complete Dossier” by Brad Steiger, Sherry Steiger
from Conspiracies and Secret Societies: The Complete Dossier
by Brad Steiger, Sherry Steiger
Visible Ink Press, 2012

They include lifestyle books, psychotherapy books, scientific tomes and, increasingly, books on politics and economics, such as Richard Layard’s Happiness and Wilkinson and Pickett’s The Spirit Level.

“Toxic Childhood: How The Modern World Is Damaging Our Children And What We Can Do About It” by Sue Palmer
from Toxic Childhood: How The Modern World Is Damaging Our Children And What We Can Do About It
by Sue Palmer
Orion Publishing Group, 2015

Its five books cover topics such as the immortality of the soul; dreams, divination, and prophecy; divine knowledge and providence; free will; and creation and cosmology.

“Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy: Philosophy Between 500 and 1500” by Henrik Lagerlund
from Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy: Philosophy Between 500 and 1500
by Henrik Lagerlund
Springer, 2010

The goal of this book is to help you extend your active life.

“Chasing Life: New Discoveries in the Search for Immortality to Help You Age Less Today” by Sanjay Gupta
from Chasing Life: New Discoveries in the Search for Immortality to Help You Age Less Today
by Sanjay Gupta
Grand Central Publishing, 2007

The book is a great achievement: it will rapidly establish itself as the standard course-text for introducing students to early Greek philosophy.”

“Philosophy Before Socrates (Second Edition): An Introduction with Texts and Commentary: An Introduction with Texts and Commentary” by Richard D. McKirahan
from Philosophy Before Socrates (Second Edition): An Introduction with Texts and Commentary: An Introduction with Texts and Commentary
by Richard D. McKirahan
Hackett Publishing Company, 2011

The book is also designed to serve students by both introducing issues key to their own primary areas of study, and forging connections to work in other areas of Consciousness Studies.

“The Blackwell Companion to Consciousness” by Susan Schneider, Max Velmans
from The Blackwell Companion to Consciousness
by Susan Schneider, Max Velmans
Wiley, 2017

Higher spiritual study of these books is possible in places distant to the humdrum of life.

“History of Education in India” by N. Jayapalan
from History of Education in India
by N. Jayapalan
Atlantic Publishers and Distributors, 2005

They have masterfully written a book that provides a fresh, complete, and holistic look at health and home, learning and legacy, work and leisure, family and finances – all the ingredients of a purposeful and fulfilling Third Age of life.”

“What Retirees Want: A Holistic View of Life's Third Age” by Ken Dychtwald, Robert Morison
from What Retirees Want: A Holistic View of Life’s Third Age
by Ken Dychtwald, Robert Morison
Wiley, 2020

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  • My first order will be arriving in December, but I’ll have a new card before the second one gets charged in January. Is there any way I can update my payment method/number in time for January?

  • OH I miss having a wall of white bookshelves. Thank you for sharing. I have yet to read One Thousand Gifts. What did you think of it?

  • What happens if I was on an unplanned trip when I got the email to actually sign up and now it’s too late? Will subscriptions re-open every 6 weeks? Will there be a way to just donate and only get the podcast in return? Anything? Help:(

  • How do you get into the Discord? When does the first book discussion start? Sorry if I’m missing something. I will be getting the book from the library.

  • What happens if I was on an unplanned trip when I got the email to actually sign up and now it’s too late? Will subscriptions re-open every 6 weeks? Will there be a way to just donate and only get the podcast in return? Anything? Help:(

  • For those interested in online book clubs there is a virtual book club organized by the PBS Newshour and the New York Times. It’s called ‘Now Read This’. More details in the either NYT or PBS Newshour’s website.

  • Thank you so much! First of all, you introduced me and my grandkids to a new book. My daughter’s, and their mom’s, name is Wren! So I hope we plan to buy The Hike soon. I really liked The Elephant stretcher, too. My one suggestion is to do the stretchers more than once. We wanted to learn it and do it with you. We’re very grateful that you’re doing this special outreach at this time. I did library story times for a number of years where we live. Long live LIBRARIES!

  • Dear John, I know I am a decade and a half late, but does this suffices for a puppy sized elephant?:) https://img-9gag-fun.9cache.com/photo/a83b3OV_460svvp9.webm

  • I’m so excited about this, I made it my New Year’s resolution to get back into readingbecause for a long time I got wrapped into this mindset that I needed to only read books that “taught” me something not for enjoyment. So glad this is available:)

  • I’m probably going to be moving within the next year. Will there be a way to update my address (later) so I can do the physical subscription?

  • What would you say the minimum age for your book choices will be? Would this be a suitable gift for a 12 year old? What about a 10 year old?

  • Wonderful job organizing your book shelf! You inspire me to get organized! We are new to TGTB this year and have read a few of their books. Thank you for everything you do to help and inspire others.

  • Could you guys talk about what’s happening with the Trump Administration’s plan to limit the legal definition of gender to the parts you’re born with? This has terrifying implications for so many people I love.

  • I will most definitely be participating on the discord, but I won’t be able to buy anything right now. Where do I get the discord link?

  • Why is no one commenting that more than half of these reads are stolen from his contestants’ most popular reads on Drag Race?? Smdh

  • New to TGAB family. Working on organizing our library. New to homeschooling with recent pandemic. I’ve considered it for quite some time. Now is the time for us to prepare.

  • Oh, the Places You’ll Go: honey, with that outfit and that face, you’re not going too far.

    The Giving Tree: the story about how dating an NBA player can save your economy.

    Green Eggs and Ham: girl… i knew you were broke but damn.

    Where the Wild Things Are: ooh girl, with that old man of yours, surely not in your bedroom.

    Pippi Longstocking: who do you think you’re fooling with that red hair bitch? we all know that ain’t your natural color. girl bye.

    Little Women: i like the Atlanta version but still think The Real Housewives is better.

  • When he said free shipping internationally, it made me so happy! I automatically thought I obviously would only be able to choose the free one because shipping to europe is usually so expensive!

  • I will most definitely be participating on the discord, but I won’t be able to buy anything right now. Where do I get the discord link?

  • Yay! I’ve been looking forward to a bookshelf tour �� Castle Panic looks like a fun game to try. I just finished The Polar Bear Explorer’s Club and can’t wait to start the next one. I also hope to get my bookcases today so I can set up my homeschool books.

  • All the Drag Race references gave me liiiife ����
    “Good God girl, get a grip” Lattrice’s 5gs
    “You look orange girl” Alyssa to Coco ��

  • Have any libraries approached you about getting a subscription for their library to help them facilitate this if they so chose to?
    Would you offer a discount on materials for a public service like a local library?

    Just curious.

    An Almost Librarian

  • I would like to subscribe to the Physical Edition, but I am going to move during this year. So my queastion: Is there a possibility to change the address during the subscription year?

  • I would love to sign up for life’s library but my TBR pile is way too long as it is, plus I’m in my last year of high school so I’m already quite busy writing my personal statement, studying to get the best grades I possibly can and spending whatever time I have left with my family. I’m really sorry John and Rosianna but I don’t think I can sign up

  • Do Infinite Jest! I know it’s super long but I just finished and I feel like I will go crazy if I don’t find someone to talk about it with:|

  • Great video! Thank you so much for sharing! My kids have loved TG&TB library books����
    My library is is a hot mess! The only organized part are the reference books.

  • I just bought the $25 physical subscription and to be honest with you there’s a tiny part of me that is nervous you’ll choose a book I already have read or own. There’s no option to “skip” a month or “downgrade” for a month. (According to dftba the downgrade is IRREVERSIBLE) so please choose very obscure books I BEG YOU <3
    dftba <3

  • Our library could use some work! I need to pull out some of the books once I compare what we have to the list. I love having that list to add books to our library since I don’t have time to preread everything I find for them. Thanks! I love your videos!

  • I’m so excited about this, I made it my New Year’s resolution to get back into readingbecause for a long time I got wrapped into this mindset that I needed to only read books that “taught” me something not for enjoyment. So glad this is available:)

  • I have homework for either your or your brother, I live in Az and we have the election, could you maybe do a video on the propositions and explain it it layman’s terms. As its so confusing to me.

  • It took me 18 months to convince myself a Netflix subscription was worthwhile, but I don’t think I’ve subscribed to anything quicker. Thanks in advance Rosi & John for what is set to be a brilliant 12 months!

  • I signed up today after work! I’m so excited to read the first book and have a discussion with everyone about it. My anxiety has been bad lately and I really haven’t felt like myself. So I’m throwing my overflowing anxious energy into something I know will be fulfilling and something that I love to do: read:)

  • What about possible length of books? Are they mostly going to be standard novel sized or will we be trying to read the Odyssey in 6 weeks? (for me between work and college)

  • “I did not know that you read how bout you guys promote that more so that the world can know we got some intelligent brothers”

    Wow what the fuck sort of backward ass insulting comment is that. Like how anti black you just assumed that Desus and Me to are ignorant and lacks intelligence because they crack jokes…like what the fuck

  • A complete disaster! We’re currently living in a RV while we remodel a house, so I have books EVERYWHERE! Packed in boxes in storage, totes in the garage, the kids bunkhouse, their school latchmate totes. I have books here, there, and everywhere! ��

  • I ❤️ Desus! ��. Not just physically �� but he’s so lit intellectually, which I feel DOES come through in his media presence…occasionally ����‍��

  • Our books are in 3rd quarter chaos too! I need to do a Re-organization/ sort and throw away. I am looking for some new literature for my kids, ages 9-13. I’m going to give some of these a try!

  • Of course he loves “If you come softly”. This is the same maniac that gave us “Fault in our Stars”. What do you want with our tears, John Green????!!!!

  • I’ve always thought your bookshelves are so pretty and lovely! How you have them displayed with the plants and the old camera. ����

  • Um, hold up. Dear CANADA?? What?!! I have never in my life heard of those. I’ve only seen Dear America. I have got to look these up, my mind is blown right now ��

  • Colt Express and Tsuro! You guys have good taste in games! I like the way you did your tour, if I really wanted to know every single book you had on your shelves I could just pause the video and read the spines haha. It’s neat to see other people’s book collections!

  • Our Good and Beautiful library is slowly building. We don’t have many yet, as we just started the curriculum this year. We have 5 children age ranging from 14 to 3. We would definitely love, enjoy, and get full use of all these books!!!❤️

  • Colt Express and Tsuro! You guys have good taste in games! I like the way you did your tour, if I really wanted to know every single book you had on your shelves I could just pause the video and read the spines haha. It’s neat to see other people’s book collections!

  • The perfect tour! For your middle grade shelf, have you thought about stacking them two deep and raising the back row up with a riser, piece of wood, etc?

  • I always love seeing other people’s board game selections! �� Hubby and I are big gamers as well! We own Robinson Crusoe. Man, that game is hard!! Have you guys finished it? My kids are also big fans of King of Tokyo!

    Beautiful bookshelves by the way!! You can tell your are a family that loves to read!!��

  • I really wanted to subscribe to the physical Life’s Library but apparently you can’t pay for it using PayPal or a DebitCard. I don’t have a Credit Card and I really don’t want to get one. So sadly I can’t participate the way I wanted to.

  • this moderator is kind of rough. she wants her questions answered and that’s it, she’s not just going along where the discussion takes them.

  • 50:20 Anyone else thinking Desus should quickly switch the water bottles….
    (_Watching him try & drink every last droplet of H20 is distracting_)

  • “I did not know that you read how bout you guys promote that more so that the world can know we got some intelligent brothers”

    Wow what the fuck sort of backward ass insulting comment is that. Like how anti black you just assumed that Desus and Me to are ignorant and lacks intelligence because they crack jokes…like what the fuck

  • I just want to take a moment to appreciate the managing librarian that did the intro… I bet she has a dope life story. I tried to google her but couldn’t find anything….

  • o’reilly books are the best!!! Too much detail for must but when you finish you know. They don’t just have computer books either, they have a book about Pug Life!!!

  • Okay so I now have much respect for Desus. He is a very multi-dimensional individual. Now I understand where his brilliant humor comes from. I need to learn more about him. And we must meet his mom. Folks should take parenting lessons from her. What does his future hold? Shout out to his software developer side…LOL!

  • ` People act like Desus and Mero don’t have degrees lmao. They both went to 4 year schools, just because they joke doesn’t mean they don’t know their shit.

    DON’T EVER UNDERESTIMATE THE BRAND!

  • By the time I figured out what “read” meant in this context about 30 secs in, i was mad at myself for being so slow ��. My brain cells were moving ��.

  • You were our inspiration when we first started and still are now! This is our first year and we started with Sonlight and have switched to Masterbooks but are interested in The Good and The Beautiful. My library is small but tidy! Only 1 kid homeschooling so it’s not hard to keep organized!

  • she ain’t even watching the show CAUSE IT’S CLEAR, BEEN CLEAR DESUS IS INTELLEGENT. COME ONNNNNNN. His word choices. He brings up programming all the time. etc. COME ON����. Brand is Strong

  • Yay! I’ve been looking forward to a bookshelf tour �� Castle Panic looks like a fun game to try. I just finished The Polar Bear Explorer’s Club and can’t wait to start the next one. I also hope to get my bookcases today so I can set up my homeschool books.

  • Oh, how we would LOVE to win this to grow our TGATB library!!!! Funny you should ask — my library is currently in a state of disaster. ���� We have read and own many TGATB library books, but none of the ones you are giving away. I appreciate your daughter giving an honest opinion about giving up unworthy books. I pray my kids will some day appreciate their parents’ view on choosing good and beautiful books to grow their character, just like yours. �� Thanks for sharing and INSPIRING me!!!!

  • love it one day im so glad that its safe for kids my daughter is little but i would love to stock up im soo excited my library is all over the place i don’t have shelf for them they are in bucket easy for my daughter to grab and read we haven’t read any of their books at all also its our first year in homeschooling we love it so far

  • Oh, the Places You’ll Go: honey, with that outfit and that face, you’re not going too far.

    The Giving Tree: the story about how dating an NBA player can save your economy.

    Green Eggs and Ham: girl… i knew you were broke but damn.

    Where the Wild Things Are: ooh girl, with that old man of yours, surely not in your bedroom.

    Pippi Longstocking: who do you think you’re fooling with that red hair bitch? we all know that ain’t your natural color. girl bye.

    Little Women: i like the Atlanta version but still think The Real Housewives is better.

  • I just want to take a moment to appreciate the managing librarian that did the intro… I bet she has a dope life story. I tried to google her but couldn’t find anything….

  • This is really interesting to watch because I totally get, I’m a part of the LGBTQ community, but it’s funny to watch because it’s like the way the script is written it’s like the gay community gets it, but the audience probably doesn’t, because the majority of them are straight, so it’s like during this skit it’s like the parents with they damn kids don’t get it either, but the audience is having a hard time as well because, it’s like Rupaul is introducing himself to the world outside of the gay community.

  • I always enjoy hearing what others are reading in their family. Thank you for sharing! Our library is always changing with kids taking out and putting in. Definitely needs attention every couple of months!

  • Why is no one commenting that more than half of these reads are stolen from his contestants’ most popular reads on Drag Race?? Smdh

  • I am currently in my senior year of high school and I really enjoy reading and analysing books through my english class, but when I graduate I will miss that so just last week I thought how I would love to join a book club!! How serendipidous that one of my favourite authors is starting one! I am so excited for this John, thank you so much!!

  • Thank you for sharing your organization tips! My two kiddos do online school but are so excited to be starting traditional homeschool next year using the Good and the Beautiful. We’ve recently received our textbooks from G&B for next year (I’m trying to stay organized and get a head start) and would love to start our G&B library with these books. Thanks for all you do!

  • We love TGATB library. I have been slowly adding books to our collection. Would love to add all of these to our home library. We have 5 kids ranging from 7th grade down to a 1 year old so these books would be perfect. Our library could definitely use some reorganization.

  • this moderator is kind of rough. she wants her questions answered and that’s it, she’s not just going along where the discussion takes them.

  • Thank you so much for all you do! Your Youtube channel was a God send to me, I have done Abeka for 4 years now and was looking to break free from the school at home of homeschooling. I have always wanted to have the freedom to do school whenever wherever. Abeka is a wonderful curriculum but it does not work for our needs any longer. Being able to see your how to in real life is a gift. May God continue to Bless you and your beautiful family….

  • I think Life’s Library is an amazing idea. I have been an avid reader from the time I got my first Dr. Seuss book. My parents were avid readers too which meant I had a steady supply of a wide variety of books. Unfortunately the vision problems I’ve had most of my life have progressed to the point that I have had to switch to audiobooks instead.

  • Our library is currently organized, and we’re excited to add so many new books from The Good and The Beautiful library!! Thank you for all your videos!

  • We just moved 3 weeks ago & I’m just beginning to work on our bookshelf, so it’s a bit of a hot mess right now. We don’t have a single Good and Beautiful book yet, but we are about to order/start Botany! We’re pumped. Finally making the switch to their LA in the fall & I’m excited to start growing our library with allllll of their beautiful books! ��

  • Hello! We would love to receive theses wonderful books for our homeschool Library.
    Currently my library is some pretty neat.
    We have never read from TGTB.
    Thanks for sharing:)

  • what amazing books. I love that the kids got to choose the books. Our library takes up the whole homeschool room and is needing so help with organization. We will be spring cleaning them soon.

  • My homeschool libary is almost organized! Just need to re add some books we took out for our marine biology unit. I have ordered my first good and the beautiful libary book last week and I can’t wait to receive it!

  • Of course he loves “If you come softly”. This is the same maniac that gave us “Fault in our Stars”. What do you want with our tears, John Green????!!!!

  • Okay so I now have much respect for Desus. He is a very multi-dimensional individual. Now I understand where his brilliant humor comes from. I need to learn more about him. And we must meet his mom. Folks should take parenting lessons from her. What does his future hold? Shout out to his software developer side…LOL!

  • By the time I figured out what “read” meant in this context about 30 secs in, i was mad at myself for being so slow ��. My brain cells were moving ��.

  • My homeschool library is really not much as we just started at thanksgiving! But my daughter has read a penny worth of character just recently. Thanks for showing what your library looks like!

  • This is my 6th year homeschooling and our library has a lot of material but does need gone through…ones that haven’t been read that need new homes and favorites organized. Just finishing our last quarter of schooling and planning for next year. Love your channel! ��

  • Current state disastrous! We are in our first full year of TGTB and wishing I found them before my older two were finished with school! We have read two and would love to be able to win and add more to our library!

  • Oh my there are a lot of entries. I just purchased our first curriculum from the Good and the Beautiful which we will start in the fall and I am excited about it. I just organized our library and donated books. My goal is to build a library with their books. So if chosen this would be a blessing. Thank you for the opportunity. Blessings to your family.

  • We’ve used the handwriting workbook from TGTB but have not purchased any of their books although I have plenty in my cart(waiting on me to hit purchase��)to add to our unorganized but loved bookshelves! Thank you for the recommendations!

  • Our books are in a bit of disarray. I still need to go through some of them to clean out the not so beautiful books. As much as I love a neat bookcase though, I have come to peace with a messy one. If all of the books are not perfectly placed, then that means that the kids are actually reading them.
    We have been doing The Good and the Beautiful for a couple of years now so we have read a few of the books. I love knowing that they are pure and totally appropriate for my kids. We enjoyed The Big Wave and Into the Unknown. Our favorite is Up From Slavery. The story of Booker T. Washington is a truly wonderful story.

  • Recently took alot of the not so wholesome books out of our Mini Library. Love love TGTB, recently changed to it late last year. My son loves it. Mom of 3, we have been homeschooling for about 4years.

  • We are in our first year of TGTB and absolutely loving it! I love that we can trust TGTB library in its content for our kids �� such a blessing! And your TGTB videos (ALL of them!) are what encouraged me to try TGTB�� thank you!

  • At this point of our homeschool year, our library is quite disorganized! You have inspired me to tackle that project next! My oldest has read several of TGTB books this year as a 5th grader. I love that I never have to worry about their content!

  • Are these required books that are discussed in the lessons or just electives? Also are they all based on true events and people or a mix of fiction?

  • We are currently reading Brian’s Victory an LOVING IT!!! It’s historical fiction and the kids are learning what it meant to live during WWII.
    Our library is fairly organized but I need to bulk up my TGTB library. We currently have about 10 books from them are looking forward to getting more. �� Thanks for sharing! ❤

  • OH I miss having a wall of white bookshelves. Thank you for sharing. I have yet to read One Thousand Gifts. What did you think of it?

  • We just moved so our library is organized, but we have found we need an additional bookcase. We have read Maria Across the Fence on your recommendation and enjoyed it. Have you read A Basket Full of Plums? We also purchased the mammals book pack in the sale so excited to get those soon.

  • How do you like TGTB readers compared to a Sonlight’s? I am in much need of more books right now with the library closed. I’m going to order some of these right now! Thank you!

  • I’m a broke literature student, so all of my student loan money already goes to books, but maybe my parents will sign me up if I’m lucky???

  • I always enjoy seeing your kiddos, they are super cute! We are currently building a house and living in an apartment until it is finished. Therefore our books are everywhere! �� I would love to win your TGTB giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity!

  • I actually just went through all of our books and we now have room for more! We love TGATB but haven’t read any of the books from their library. We would love to be entered in your giveaway! Thank you.

  • Do Infinite Jest! I know it’s super long but I just finished and I feel like I will go crazy if I don’t find someone to talk about it with:|

  • Love hearing from your kiddos. My bookshelf is accessed regularly by three boys 6 and younger, so “disaster”‘ would be the most accurate word. Lol My oldest really is enjoying the level 1-2 books from TGATB Library. The same boy who fought me reading one page is devouring their books which does my mama heart good!

  • I am very excited to hear more from Rosianna! I so enjoyed hearing her on Dear Hank and John and immediately subscribed to her podcast. Her strategy of only keeping 50 books intrigues me and I want to understand however can she choose.

  • We just moved a month ago so our ‘library’ is definitely still in process/needs to be organized haha! I’ve used some TGATB LA and excited to use more in the coming weeks (just out in a big order ��) but we don’t have any of the library books yet! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • This year is my 10 year anniversary of being in Nerdfighteria and I can’t think of anything better than this book club to celebrate!!! And John thought not enough people would be interested ��

  • What would you say the minimum age for your book choices will be? Would this be a suitable gift for a 12 year old? What about a 10 year old?

  • The state of our home library is books with bookmarks in bedrooms, couch arms, and everywhere….but that makes my momma heart happy to see books being loved. I haven’t tried any TGTB books, but would love to try them out! Thanks for the recommendations.

  • We just ordered a few library books from TGATB and my son is loving them! I can’t wait to order some more.Thanks so much for all your homeschooling videos, you are so encouraging! ❤️

  • I just think your great! First year homeschooler this year with my 7 year old… its a learning experience for both of us. We are still learning to read. Everytime i watch your videos, it makes me smile ��❤��

  • I’ve been researching a lot over the past year on homeschooling. I feel as though the Holy Spirit is guiding be into this direction with my 3 children. Ages range from 6 to 17.

  • Cross-dressers shouldn’t be reading stories to children. This is absolutely happening in libraries throughout America. They are definitely very scary evil looking cross-dressers. This is simply a way to brainwashe children AND can effect children’s ability to instinctively know how to avoid predators. Children will be harmed as a result and should be protected against it.

  • We have a very small library and I’m definitely wanting to get more on our shelf! My son has read 2 books from the good and the beautiful so far and loved them!! Wanting to build it up so my daughter will have good books too!

  • I’m a work at home, homeschooling, single mama of 2 beautiful girls ages 9 and 7. My homeschool library is some what organized. I’m slowly in the process of weeding out and reorganizing all our homeschool stuff. I LOVE this giveaway!!! Thank you for doing this!!!

  • We actually just went through out bookshelves this past week. A lot of our books are going to be donated, or sold at a homeschool consignment store because they were given to us and they are not what is considered “good and beautiful” unfortunately. I do have quite a few from the Good and the Beautiful library and hoping to get more and more. Right now my daughters favorite is A Yard for John. We just finished it. Thanks so much for the giveaway! How awesome!

  • What a wonderful giveaway!! Our library is organized chaos.�� My kids are constantly “rearranging” shelves. I actually have a few of TGATB books. I was so excited when they reprinted Freckles and The Girl of the Limberlost by Gene Stratton Porter. Those were two of my favorites as a girl. So I purchased those for my personal bookshelf.
    Also, thanks to your family for recommended reading! I am always on the look out for good reading.

  • We have a pretty small library but I’m excited for it to expand. We would be able to use them all and would be very excited to receive them. We have read Freddy and Linda. It was very cute.

  • You did a great job organizing! I love books way more now as an adult than I did when I was younger! So glad to see your kiddos love to read! We have several books from TGATB library but not any that you have in the giveaway!:-)

  • Our library is not nearly as organized as yours. �� We would love to add these books from TGATB!!! We have kids elementary through high school and don’t have any from them. Thank you!!!

  • Our library needs good quality readers. My oldest is in fourth grade so trying to collect middle grade material. Thank you so much for your videos, advise, and for this awesome giveaway.

  • ME ENCANTÓ TU VIDEO! yo también subí un bookshelf tour mi canal. Si alguien quiere ir a verlo, significaría mucho para mí �� SALUDOS DESDE RD!

  • Love! I’ve been wanting to get some of their books! Love TGTB! My current library is not organized, but this video inspired me. ♥️

  • First year homeschooling and I love your channel! Our Library is currently organized as I just went through it yesterday:) Thank you for sharing your life! Excited about the giveaway!

  • I’m a broke literature student, so all of my student loan money already goes to books, but maybe my parents will sign me up if I’m lucky???

  • Um, hold up. Dear CANADA?? What?!! I have never in my life heard of those. I’ve only seen Dear America. I have got to look these up, my mind is blown right now ��

  • Greetings, 

    I Just read an article about how your Dail-a-Story read aloud program has been revived to meet a need for your community.

    This is nice. My book Lil’ Phyllis Loves To Laff is

    Definitely a sweet story. It is a joy to share with children of all ages. And I am very sure your subscribers will love it.

    Currently, there is a copy of my book for borrow at the San Diego Central Library, located in Southern California.

    If you try, I am sure that library would lend it to you for your Sweet Story YouTube program.

    That would be great.

  • Great idea! We need more IRL, or as close as we can come, interaction! We need more safe, inclusive spaces to discuss topics freely without fear of judgment or bullying. We can learn from each other. We can build bonds with each other—revel in our differences and recognize our similarities.

    I signed up immediately and am spreading the word! Hope this life library soars!! Thx for starting it.

  • I really like this giveaway. My children love all things books. Our homeschool library spreads throughout the house. I have our main shelf in our homeschool “room”. On that shelf, I organize current read alouds. Then in my bedroom I have a large bookshelf. All of my homeschool materials are organized on the shelf, and I actually organize it by bands. So I have three levels on the shelf, and I put them in groupings (modern times, early American history, middle ages, etc.). Then my children each have a book shelf in their own rooms (completely unorganized, ahh). But we love to read, and each shelf is completely full. As my children grow out of certain books we either donate them, or I keep them in a special box (to either pass down to my younger kiddos when they get older, or to save for future grandchildren). As for TGTB books, I’ve use their curriculum but have not purchased from their library yet. I have used their booklist recommendations quite frequently though. So this would be a treat!

  • We love the Good and the Beautiful books! My library is pretty well organized I just need more shelves to hold all my books ��. I am slowly trying to build up my TGTB library ♥️

  • They made a good point that not everyone interprets books the same, and that the benefit of making your favorite book a movie is that you can create your interpretation on the big screen. Maybe that’s why movies based on books or games are often so disappointing, because we expected it to be closer to our own interpretation and experiences rather than accept anothers creative vision.

  • We have not had opportunity to get ant TGATB library books as of yet (just due to finacnes not due yo lack of desire). The state of our homeschool library is that of desperately needing more age appropriate and quality literature for my sons. We have alot of picture books (and twaddle we probably need to still get rid of) but realizing how much we need to invest/fins some quality,engaging literature for our younger and older sons (especially now that all our local libraries are closed until further notice at least for a month). Thanks for sharing this opportunity!

  • For those interested in online book clubs there is a virtual book club organized by the PBS Newshour and the New York Times. It’s called ‘Now Read This’. More details in the either NYT or PBS Newshour’s website.

  • Currently in the process of clearing out the “unwholesome” and adding in more wholesome literature. This is perfect timing! I have been looking into TGTB Library books, but haven’t purchased any yet.

  • Hey Ashlee! Love your videos! ❤️ Our homeschool library is both organized and disorganized. We have our current books on a shelf and the ones we are not using in bins elsewhere in the house. We have read a few books from G&B and have loved them.

  • Our “library” is looking ok right now. We love TGTB books and curriculum. We have loved all the books we’ve read so far. Thanks for all the work you put into your videos.

  • My current homeschool library is in storage!! �� We are in between houses right now and closing on our new one Monday! We love the Good and Beautiful library books! Thank you for doing a giveaway!

  • Our book shelves are in various states of organization AND disarray ����‍♀️ We have a couple TGATB library books and have loved them. Really appreciate hearing what your kids liked about their favorites…

  • What a beautiful homeschooling space. I just order two science curriculums from the good and the beautiful, can’t wait to try them with my little ones

  • I am needing to build my TGTB library. We are loving it! My homeschool library is essentially baskets of books arranged on a shelf in our downstairs room.:) I have books in baskets and shelves of books throughout the house. We love books! Thanks for the chance to win!

  • I ❤️ Desus! ��. Not just physically �� but he’s so lit intellectually, which I feel DOES come through in his media presence…occasionally ����‍��

  • I keep our living room bookshelves organized, but the playroom is a disaster. Thanks for the inspiration to go through and cull our books!

  • The bookshelves for the books we’re using this year is a mess and I probably won’t organize it until we’re done with this school year.
    I think we have 5 books from tGatB library and we really enjoy them.

  • This is kind of random and out of context but I LOVE your work! You are literally a literary genius!!! I love all of your characters theyre all so human! I’m sorry how random this comment is but yea!

  • My first order will be arriving in December, but I’ll have a new card before the second one gets charged in January. Is there any way I can update my payment method/number in time for January?

  • Thank you for the giveaway! I actually am organizing ours today so it’s pretty organized! We love the Good and the Beautiful’s science units. We haven’t tried anything else yet.

  • Just cleaned out our homeschool library this week as well. Did a huge purge of all the picture books as my kids are solely reading chapter books now that they are older. Would love to start a Good and the Beautiful collection for them as we don’t own any of their library books yet.

  • John, I couldn’t get to the subscriptions before they sold out. Is there a way for me to know what books you will be discussing and listen to the podcast?

  • ME ENCANTÓ TU VIDEO! yo también subí un bookshelf tour mi canal. Si alguien quiere ir a verlo, significaría mucho para mí �� SALUDOS DESDE RD!

  • How do you get into the Discord? When does the first book discussion start? Sorry if I’m missing something. I will be getting the book from the library.

  • I wish I could dedicate the time and money to Life’s Librarythe moment I get out of college, assuming this is still taking place in 4 years, I am doing this. Because this entire idea makes me incredibly happy. I’ve been hoping for a Nerdfighter bookclub:)

  • Have any libraries approached you about getting a subscription for their library to help them facilitate this if they so chose to?
    Would you offer a discount on materials for a public service like a local library?

    Just curious.

    An Almost Librarian

  • Our library is “mobile” as in the books wander from a bookshelf to many different locations and don’t always make their way home. ��
    We’ve read a couple books from TGTB library as read aloud, but I recently purchased some for independent reading next year.

  • Question: I don’t have an income stream right now but will in the future. If I join at a later date, maybe a few months from now, will I be able to access previous perks, like the podcast?

  • I think Life’s Library is an amazing idea. I have been an avid reader from the time I got my first Dr. Seuss book. My parents were avid readers too which meant I had a steady supply of a wide variety of books. Unfortunately the vision problems I’ve had most of my life have progressed to the point that I have had to switch to audiobooks instead.

  • Dear John, I know I am a decade and a half late, but does this suffices for a puppy sized elephant?:) https://img-9gag-fun.9cache.com/photo/a83b3OV_460svvp9.webm

  • This sounds really good, but no, I’m not paying 10 dollars for an email, reading guide, podcast and digital art. I’m sure I could find an online reading club that’s free, if slightly less fancy.

  • Could you guys talk about what’s happening with the Trump Administration’s plan to limit the legal definition of gender to the parts you’re born with? This has terrifying implications for so many people I love.

  • The perfect tour! For your middle grade shelf, have you thought about stacking them two deep and raising the back row up with a riser, piece of wood, etc?

  • Great idea! We need more IRL, or as close as we can come, interaction! We need more safe, inclusive spaces to discuss topics freely without fear of judgment or bullying. We can learn from each other. We can build bonds with each other—revel in our differences and recognize our similarities.

    I signed up immediately and am spreading the word! Hope this life library soars!! Thx for starting it.

  • Hi Ashlee! I really enjoyed seeing your kids talk about their favorite books! If they liked it, I feel they are a trusted source and it’s safe to say my kids would like their book choices as well!

    Our homeschooling library is inside a small hall closet and it’s starting to become chaotic! I’m taking advantage of the order to “stay home” and the fact that we have more time in our hands to organize it soon! I’ve been wanting to do it for a while!!

    My 2 girls, ages 8 (Olivia) and 12 (Isabella) have read TGTB readers that come with their LA pack, but none of their library books! I would love to be considered, and all levels should work for my girls. Thank you so much!��

  • I would love to sign up for life’s library but my TBR pile is way too long as it is, plus I’m in my last year of high school so I’m already quite busy writing my personal statement, studying to get the best grades I possibly can and spending whatever time I have left with my family. I’m really sorry John and Rosianna but I don’t think I can sign up

  • When he said free shipping internationally, it made me so happy! I automatically thought I obviously would only be able to choose the free one because shipping to europe is usually so expensive!

  • JOHN �� I signed up for Life’s Library because I’m a huge bibliophile and being able to own books chosen by one of my favorite authors is literally a dream. I can’t wait I’m so excited!

    HANK �� I love An Absolutely Remarkable Thing! I own it, I read it and might just reread it very soon. Well done, sir!

  • I am trying to build my TGATB library too! My daughter is a voracious reader and also reading above her grade level, so it has been actually a huge challenge to find books that are at a level that is challenging enough for her, but also still appropriate for her age. TGATB book list has become indispensable and I am also slowly buying books from their library as well. Anyway, I also have two younger children who are following in her footsteps as far as love of reading, so I have a wide range of books at home, and yesI need to clean and organize my bookshelves! Thank you for all that you do!! You are so encouraging!!��

  • I am currently in my senior year of high school and I really enjoy reading and analysing books through my english class, but when I graduate I will miss that so just last week I thought how I would love to join a book club!! How serendipidous that one of my favourite authors is starting one! I am so excited for this John, thank you so much!!

  • This is kind of random and out of context but I LOVE your work! You are literally a literary genius!!! I love all of your characters theyre all so human! I’m sorry how random this comment is but yea!

  • I would like to subscribe to the Physical Edition, but I am going to move during this year. So my queastion: Is there a possibility to change the address during the subscription year?

  • I wish there was a way to get the physical subscription WITHOUT the book! I never purchase paperbacks, and have no desire to expand my bookshelves with books I don’t yet know if I enjoy. I want all the fun stuff, but would rather read the book from the library or purchase the hardback. Plus, I fully expect there to be books selected that I already own…I own a LOT of books. I won’t need another copy!
    Just a thought.

  • We moved recently and I attempted moving our bookshelf by myself. I broke it. ���� our homeschool
    Things are as organized as I could get them, but I am so ready to get to ikea for a new shelf!! Love your videos.❤️

  • I just bought the $25 physical subscription and to be honest with you there’s a tiny part of me that is nervous you’ll choose a book I already have read or own. There’s no option to “skip” a month or “downgrade” for a month. (According to dftba the downgrade is IRREVERSIBLE) so please choose very obscure books I BEG YOU <3
    dftba <3

  • o’reilly books are the best!!! Too much detail for must but when you finish you know. They don’t just have computer books either, they have a book about Pug Life!!!

  • I am very excited to hear more from Rosianna! I so enjoyed hearing her on Dear Hank and John and immediately subscribed to her podcast. Her strategy of only keeping 50 books intrigues me and I want to understand however can she choose.

  • Question: I don’t have an income stream right now but will in the future. If I join at a later date, maybe a few months from now, will I be able to access previous perks, like the podcast?

  • I have homework for either your or your brother, I live in Az and we have the election, could you maybe do a video on the propositions and explain it it layman’s terms. As its so confusing to me.

  • This sounds really good, but no, I’m not paying 10 dollars for an email, reading guide, podcast and digital art. I’m sure I could find an online reading club that’s free, if slightly less fancy.

  • I signed up today after work! I’m so excited to read the first book and have a discussion with everyone about it. My anxiety has been bad lately and I really haven’t felt like myself. So I’m throwing my overflowing anxious energy into something I know will be fulfilling and something that I love to do: read:)

  • I really wanted to subscribe to the physical Life’s Library but apparently you can’t pay for it using PayPal or a DebitCard. I don’t have a Credit Card and I really don’t want to get one. So sadly I can’t participate the way I wanted to.

  • 50:20 Anyone else thinking Desus should quickly switch the water bottles….
    (_Watching him try & drink every last droplet of H20 is distracting_)

  • What about possible length of books? Are they mostly going to be standard novel sized or will we be trying to read the Odyssey in 6 weeks? (for me between work and college)

  • Can you make sure that the books are available on audible? I dont really have time to sit and read a book, (I have a small child at home!) but I would love to join via audible!!

  • This year is my 10 year anniversary of being in Nerdfighteria and I can’t think of anything better than this book club to celebrate!!! And John thought not enough people would be interested ��

  • John, I couldn’t get to the subscriptions before they sold out. Is there a way for me to know what books you will be discussing and listen to the podcast?

  • I’ve always thought your bookshelves are so pretty and lovely! How you have them displayed with the plants and the old camera. ����

  • It took me 18 months to convince myself a Netflix subscription was worthwhile, but I don’t think I’ve subscribed to anything quicker. Thanks in advance Rosi & John for what is set to be a brilliant 12 months!

  • Man we have so many of the same games but there was a couple on your shelves I need to look into!! It is always fun to see how shelves morph and change over time! I enjoyed the highlights and a quick look at the books! I wondered where you kept books you hadn’t shared yet and then where you keep them until they get on your TBR cart!

  • I wish I could dedicate the time and money to Life’s Librarythe moment I get out of college, assuming this is still taking place in 4 years, I am doing this. Because this entire idea makes me incredibly happy. I’ve been hoping for a Nerdfighter bookclub:)

  • I want in! Al-so, I highly suggest Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. It’s a fantastic story about a Nigerian woman in her homeland as well as in America, and the audiobook is spectacularly narrated by Adjoa Andoh

  • JOHN �� I signed up for Life’s Library because I’m a huge bibliophile and being able to own books chosen by one of my favorite authors is literally a dream. I can’t wait I’m so excited!

    HANK �� I love An Absolutely Remarkable Thing! I own it, I read it and might just reread it very soon. Well done, sir!

  • I always love seeing other people’s board game selections! �� Hubby and I are big gamers as well! We own Robinson Crusoe. Man, that game is hard!! Have you guys finished it? My kids are also big fans of King of Tokyo!

    Beautiful bookshelves by the way!! You can tell your are a family that loves to read!!��

  • Love seeing this side of Desus…yes he tells jokes, yes he curses alot but, his intellect, witt and candidness is GOLD! Sending love and light from la belle province!

  • I somehow missed this video or maybe started watching and forgot to finish…I wish I saw the books your oldest daughter chose. I just put an order in for TGTB and wish I’d gotten them! Thanks so much for sharing all these good things! ����

  • I want in! Al-so, I highly suggest Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. It’s a fantastic story about a Nigerian woman in her homeland as well as in America, and the audiobook is spectacularly narrated by Adjoa Andoh

  • Man we have so many of the same games but there was a couple on your shelves I need to look into!! It is always fun to see how shelves morph and change over time! I enjoyed the highlights and a quick look at the books! I wondered where you kept books you hadn’t shared yet and then where you keep them until they get on your TBR cart!

  • “45 What’s Going On?”
    https://youtu.be/o5TmORitlKk
    &
    https://youtu.be/EqeKxX_5J-o
    &
    “come back Barack” https://youtu.be/ZkPSbp3zTfo

    �� @ grand wizard
    https://youtu.be/2tQ0bsaoOEs
    &
    https://youtu.be/xpyGDdYGaPc
    (fact check)
    &
    “SILENT VOTES WIN”
    “SLOW/NO TESTING KILLS”
    &
    VOTE 4 BIDEN ON NOVEMBER 3RD HIGH ��❤��

  • Thank you for sharing! I love how you have so many TGATB books. I am going to show my kiddos your kiddos favorites and see if I can inspire them. ��

  • Our library, and “school room” in general, could use some organizing! It’s hard to find the time with little babes/toddlers underfoot who get into everything…. but it’s on my list! ��

  • ` People act like Desus and Mero don’t have degrees lmao. They both went to 4 year schools, just because they joke doesn’t mean they don’t know their shit.

    DON’T EVER UNDERESTIMATE THE BRAND!

  • Love seeing this side of Desus…yes he tells jokes, yes he curses alot but, his intellect, witt and candidness is GOLD! Sending love and light from la belle province!

  • They made a good point that not everyone interprets books the same, and that the benefit of making your favorite book a movie is that you can create your interpretation on the big screen. Maybe that’s why movies based on books or games are often so disappointing, because we expected it to be closer to our own interpretation and experiences rather than accept anothers creative vision.

  • she ain’t even watching the show CAUSE IT’S CLEAR, BEEN CLEAR DESUS IS INTELLEGENT. COME ONNNNNNN. His word choices. He brings up programming all the time. etc. COME ON����. Brand is Strong

  • Can you make sure that the books are available on audible? I dont really have time to sit and read a book, (I have a small child at home!) but I would love to join via audible!!

  • Greetings, 

    I Just read an article about how your Dail-a-Story read aloud program has been revived to meet a need for your community.

    This is nice. My book Lil’ Phyllis Loves To Laff is

    Definitely a sweet story. It is a joy to share with children of all ages. And I am very sure your subscribers will love it.

    Currently, there is a copy of my book for borrow at the San Diego Central Library, located in Southern California.

    If you try, I am sure that library would lend it to you for your Sweet Story YouTube program.

    That would be great.

  • Thank you so much! First of all, you introduced me and my grandkids to a new book. My daughter’s, and their mom’s, name is Wren! So I hope we plan to buy The Hike soon. I really liked The Elephant stretcher, too. My one suggestion is to do the stretchers more than once. We wanted to learn it and do it with you. We’re very grateful that you’re doing this special outreach at this time. I did library story times for a number of years where we live. Long live LIBRARIES!

  • I wish there was a way to get the physical subscription WITHOUT the book! I never purchase paperbacks, and have no desire to expand my bookshelves with books I don’t yet know if I enjoy. I want all the fun stuff, but would rather read the book from the library or purchase the hardback. Plus, I fully expect there to be books selected that I already own…I own a LOT of books. I won’t need another copy!
    Just a thought.

  • “45 What’s Going On?”
    https://youtu.be/o5TmORitlKk
    &
    https://youtu.be/EqeKxX_5J-o
    &
    “come back Barack” https://youtu.be/ZkPSbp3zTfo

    �� @ grand wizard
    https://youtu.be/2tQ0bsaoOEs
    &
    https://youtu.be/xpyGDdYGaPc
    (fact check)
    &
    “SILENT VOTES WIN”
    “SLOW/NO TESTING KILLS”
    &
    VOTE 4 BIDEN ON NOVEMBER 3RD HIGH ��❤��

  • This is really interesting to watch because I totally get, I’m a part of the LGBTQ community, but it’s funny to watch because it’s like the way the script is written it’s like the gay community gets it, but the audience probably doesn’t, because the majority of them are straight, so it’s like during this skit it’s like the parents with they damn kids don’t get it either, but the audience is having a hard time as well because, it’s like Rupaul is introducing himself to the world outside of the gay community.

  • Cross-dressers shouldn’t be reading stories to children. This is absolutely happening in libraries throughout America. They are definitely very scary evil looking cross-dressers. This is simply a way to brainwashe children AND can effect children’s ability to instinctively know how to avoid predators. Children will be harmed as a result and should be protected against it.

  • Our library shelf is fairly unorganized:). We just moved to a new rental house, so it hasn’t gotten too out of hand yet. I have 8 and 9 year old boys, so these from The Good and the Beautiful, would be perfect!

  • All the Drag Race references gave me liiiife ����
    “Good God girl, get a grip” Lattrice’s 5gs
    “You look orange girl” Alyssa to Coco ��

  • I’m probably going to be moving within the next year. Will there be a way to update my address (later) so I can do the physical subscription?