by Kimberly A. Cook (Twitter@ WarriorTales)
Yesterday I hauled in my largest crop of strawberries and raspberries, an entire colander full. Now the red plastic colander is small, but that still counts in my book. Since all my fruits and veggies grow in containers, a big picking is cause for celebration.
Harvesting my berries came to mind when I was picking through the book titles at Costco last night. There always seems to be a hidden book gem at bargain prices which must go home with me.
Turns out there were two; “I Used To Know That – Literature,” by C. Alan Joyce and Sarah Janssen and “Images of America – The Oregon Air National Guard,” by Terrence G. Popravak Jr. and Sean M. Popravak. Gems harvested for my book collection.
Summer is a great time to catch up on reads, both literary and beach, to escape into new worlds and dream the impossible; like will I be able to grow lemon cucumbers this summer. Whether your fancy turns to ebooks or the old-fashioned paper kind, what books are you going to harvest this summer?