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review 2016-10-28 03:12
The View from Saturday
The View from Saturday - E.L. Konigsburg

I read The View from Saturday when I was in elementary school. I don't remember much about the content of the book itself, I only remember it being a great read. I remember being so interested in the book I hated when we had to stop reading it. We read the book as a whole group where every student had a copy. My mom was my teacher at the time and she had us read this book to help us with point of view. I think this book could be used for grade 4-6. It has an amazing way to show the different point of views from others. Each chapter was based off another character's view of how the story is unraveling. I remember loving the book and I would love to be able to reread it one day when I have the chance. 

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url 2016-01-30 11:26
The Magic of Tidying Up - Understand the Secrets of Good Life

                                       

The Life Changing Magic Of Tidying Up - Understand The Secrets Of Good Life In every aspect of the human life, cleanliness is important. Although not everyone sees this to be relevant, cleanliness and tidying up sets the basis for a better life and future. Many people over the years have messed up their lives because they are addicted to dirt and are unable to manage their lives where tidying up is concerned. If you have one of those who have such storage spaces, there is the need to make the most out of it by keeping it tidy. In keeping your life clean, you also need to keep your body and mind clean. In a unique way, this eBook will make clear to you how you manage your life very well and keep your life in the right sequence by keeping your space cleaned and organized.

 

                             

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review 2014-06-28 00:00
Organize Your Life and More
Organize Your Life and More - Christina Scalise Christina's style of writing is very friendly and easy to read. And instead of trying to lay down strict rules for everything, she always makes it clear that every person is different and different tacts will work for different people. She helps you find the style that will work for you.
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text 2014-01-30 12:08
Move Your Shelves

Building or moving your shelves can be tricky, especially if your collection is quite big. But we have the solution, everything is possible on virtual bookshelf. From now on your can easily organize and move your shelves on BookLikes.  

 

You can move thematic shelves and put them in your own order, e.g. alphabetic, by book count, literary genres, authors, years, challenges...

 

Here's how: when you hover over the shelf name you'll see black arrows on the left. Click, hold and drag the shelf up or down to the desirable position. 

 

New shelves will be added on the top of your thematic shelves list, then you can change their position. 

 

So what are your shelf arrangement ideas? 

 

Tips

To find friends on BookLikes, connect your social media in Settings and use find friends option is Friend's Tab. You can also invite your friends - just paste friend's e-mail address in invite box and click Invite. You have 10 invitations but if you need more, just let us know :)

 

 

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review 2013-05-23 00:00
Organize Your Digital Life: How to Store Your Photographs, Music, Videos, and Personal Documents in a Digital World - Aimee Baldridge Another quick read I had from the library. To be honest, I was rather disappointed with reading this. I thought it would be a little more in-depth and comprehensive than what it was. Much of the information with respect to scanning, sorting and storing documents were information that I already knew, and had more degrees of understanding than this book provided. I think someone who isn't used to converting physical properties like photos, movies, and important documents or using electronic measures would probably get more out of this. I still was able to take a few helpful tips from it (even to the point of creating some spreadsheets that were similar to the templates contained in this book), but likely, this isn't a resource I will return to in the future and I'm likely to seek out more comprehensive sources covering some of the same material.
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