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[Image: a sign in a bookstore which reads: “It’s okay! You have our permission! These books are from our Young Adult section.  But it’s OK to read them even if you are no longer, by any stretch of the imagination, young.  In fact, you’ll find they often have provocative themes and complex characters that are the equal of most of the books you’ll find on the “adult” fiction shelves these days.  So don’t sheepishly tell us it’s for your kids.  We’ve read them, and you can too.”]
(via Sara Henni)

[Image: a sign in a bookstore which reads: “It’s okay! You have our permission! These books are from our Young Adult section.  But it’s OK to read them even if you are no longer, by any stretch of the imagination, young.  In fact, you’ll find they often have provocative themes and complex characters that are the equal of most of the books you’ll find on the “adult” fiction shelves these days.  So don’t sheepishly tell us it’s for your kids.  We’ve read them, and you can too.”]

(via Sara Henni)

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    This is why I love indie bookstores.
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