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Kaeli's TBR List

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1kaelirenee
okt 24, 2007, 10:48am

BC: Logic Being Logical: A Guide to Good Thinking
CT: A staggering work of extraordinary genius
F Shrub: The Short but Happy Political Life of George W. Bush
G: Geography, Atlases, Maps Don’t know much about geography
HD -- Industries; Land use; Labor The American Way of Death Revisited
JA: Political science Don’t Think of an Elephant
JC: Political theory Civility
JK: Political institutions, United States It’s my party too: the battle for the heart of the GOP and the future of America
LA: History of education The closing of the American Mind
LC: Social aspects of education Helping children with Autism Learn
NK: Decorative arts Anonymous was a woman
P: Philology and linguistics Thank you for arguing
PJ: Oriental philology and literature The epic of Gilgamesh
QA: Mathematics Zero: The biography of a dangerous idea
QC: Physics Warped Passages: Unraveling the mysteries of the universe’s hidden dimensions
QP: Physiology Senses and sensibilities
UB - Military administration Children at War
UG - Military engineering Germs: Biological weapons and America’s secret war
VB Naval administration Serving Proudly
VK Navigation. Merchant marine Compass

And soon, I'll go through the list of subheadings I haven't even looked at and start filling those out. Once I read these, I'll at least have read something in every single letter, if not in all the subheadings, too.

2kaelirenee
nov 5, 2007, 12:52pm

OK, I scoured my TBR list, my school's library, and my public library. Here's my TBR list. It it's not here or on my Read list, I can't find it!
AC Pagan Myth and Christian Tradition in English Poetry
AM Treasures of the British Museum
AS Humanities and the understanding of reality
AZ Symbols and their meaning
B Philosophy for Dummies
BC Being Logical: A Guide to Good Thinking
BH Only a Promise of Happiness
BM The Uninvited Guest
BQ Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Buddhism
BV One Nation Under God: The History of Prayer in America
CB Elements of the Celtic Tradition
CC Eyewitness to Discovery: First-Person Accounts of more than Fifty of the World's Greatest Archaeological Discoveries
CD The Eagle and the Shield: A History of the Great Seal of the United States
CE Mapping Time: The Calendar and it's History
CJ Coins in History
CR Knights Hospitaller
CS What's in a name?: Everything You Wanted to Know
CT A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius
DB Guilty Victim: Austria from the Holocaust to Haider
DD The Cambridge Illustrated History of Germany
DE The Classical World: An epic history from Homer to Hadrian
DF The Greek News
DG Pompeii: Public and Private Life
DH History of the Low Countries
DJ Murder in Amsterdam: The Death of Theo van Gogh and the Limits of Tolerance
DK A Day in the Life of the Soviet Union
DL History of the Vikings
DP The Ornament of the World: How Muslims, Jews, and Christians Created a Culture of Tolerance in Medieval Spain
DR The History of Turkey
DS Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World
DT The Mummy in Ancient Egypt
DU The Bounty: The True Story of the Mutiny on the Bounty
DX Gypsy Demons and Divinities; the Magic and Religion of the Gypsies
E Lies my Teacher Told Me
F Shrub: The Short but Happy Political Life of George W. Bush
G Don't Know Much About Geography
GA The Mapmakers
GB Life's Matrix: A biography of Water
GC Floods, famines, and emperors
GE Exploring the Environment through Children's literature
GF Language Older than Words
H The Flight from Reality in the Human Sciences
HA How to Lie with Statistics
HC A Farewell to Alms
HD The American Way of Death Revisited
HE Entertaining Politics
HJ The Price of Government
HS Nazis, Communists, Klansmen, and others on the Fringe
HT The City: A Global History
HX Dreams of Peace and Freedom
JA Don't think of an Elephant
JC Civility
JK It's My Party Too
JL Latin America at the End of Politics
JN Europe without Borders
JQ From Comdrade to Citzen: struggle for political Rights in China
JZ Psychology of Peace
KB Islamic Law and the Challenges of Modernity
KD Church Courts, Sex and marriage in England, 1570-1640
KJ-KKZ Stars and Strife: The Coming Conflicts between the US and the European Union
KZ Lawless World
LA The Closing of the American Mind
LD Harvards Secret Court
LJ Bound By a Mighty Vow
M A Century of Broadway
MT Metropolotain Opera Stories
N Exploring the Invisible
NA Architecture in the United States
NB The Art of Gianlorenzo Bernini: Selected Sculpture
NC Dr. Suess from then to Now
NK An American Sampler: Folk art from the Shelburne Museum
NX Censoring Culture
P Letter Perfect
PD The Brothers Grimm and their Critics
PJ The Gilgamesh Epic and Old Testament Parallels
QA Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea
QB Bad Astronomy
QC Warped Passages: Unraveling the Mysteries of the universe's Hidden Dimensions
QE Fossils: The evolution and extinction of species
QP Natural History of Families
RD Autobiography of a face
RE Your Eyes: An Owner's Guide
RK Elements of Danger
RL Albino Animals
RS The $800 Million Dollor Pill
RT Handling the Sick
S Dirt Under My Nails
SD Smokechasing
SF What Pets Teach Us
SH The Camp Program Book
TA Introduction to Ergonomics
TC Parting the Desert
TD Voices from Chernobyl
TF The Art of the Streamliner
TG Brooklyn Bridge
TJ Robots!
TK The Google Story
TL Almost Heaven
TN Coal: A Human History
TP A perfect Red
TS The Psychology of Everyday Things
UA The Tragic Vision of Politics: Ethics, interests, and orders
UB Children at War
UC 20th Century Military Uniforms
UD The World's Great Small Arms
UE The Horse Soldier
UF Illustrated History of Ammunition
UG Germs: Biological Weapons and America's Secret War
VB Serving Proudly: A History of Women in the U.S. Navy
VK Compass: A Story of Exploration and Innovation

That's 110 books! If I read one book a week, it will take me over two years to read this list. Holy Cow!

3_Zoe_
nov 5, 2007, 2:54pm

Wow, this is an impressive list!

4kaelirenee
nov 5, 2007, 4:03pm

It helps to have down time at the reference desk. :) It'll be more impressive if I can actually do it. I'm debating whether I should try to finish off a couple of catagories all together or if I should read various catagories to avoid over-kill.