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November Picks From A Traveler's Library

by pen4hire / Dec 12, 2009 /
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November Picks From A Traveler's Library

October at A Traveler's Library

by pen4hire / Nov 04, 2009 /
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A Monthly Review of A Traveler's Library by

Vera Marie Badertscher

September Books at A Traveler's Library

by pen4hire / Oct 11, 2009 /
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 We had a lot of fun at A Traveler’s Library last month. While the most visited posts had to do with travel writing in general, the introduction of four books that you would never find in the travel section in the bookstore turned out to be quite popular as inspirations for travel.

Books Checked Out in August at A Traveler's Library

by pen4hire / Sep 08, 2009 /
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Books Checked Out in August at A Traveler's Library

In the month of August, at A Traveler's Library, where we discuss books and movies that inspire and inform travel, two new books made the top five. A Barry Unsworth novel flew to the top of the stack. Let's get to the books, in case you are looking for some inspiration for your next travels.

Flying Off the Shelves To Italy, Finland and India

by pen4hire / Aug 13, 2009 /
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Flying off the Shelves Of A Traveler's Library in July

June Books Checked Out at A Traveler's Library

by pen4hire / Jul 10, 2009 /
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People checked out a variety of books in June at A Traveler's Library

Top 5 at A Traveler's Library in the Merry Month of May

by pen4hire / Jun 11, 2009 /
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A Traveler's Library in April: From SE Asia to Scotland

by pen4hire / May 05, 2009 /
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A big thank you to Wandering Educators for inviting me to join the crew of editors here that provide information for travelers.  Once a month I'll stop by and tell you what's hot over at The Traveler's Library.

First a word about what The Traveler's Library site is/does.  Simply, we discuss books, and sometimes movies, that inform and inspire travel. Guidebooks, for the most part, are covered adequately elsewhere, like right here at Wandering Educators. 

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