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I have a #10 book token to buy a 'respectable' book which will presented to me at school prize giving. any recommendations?
-- Tim (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 23, 1999
Yes, this is my second time too. Last time I got Anne Franks Diary (which I'm yet to read), this time though, no idea! Katie of Digital Ink (http://www.misanthrope.org/katie) recomended The Story of B.
As for something completely inaporpriate (sp?!?), the 'special guest' is the Chief Executive of the British Airport Association so I was thinking about those well known books 'Fear of Flying' and 'The Worst Air Crashes in the World... Ever!'
-- Tim (email@example.com), August 23, 1999.
This question cannot be answered. I know, because the same thing happened to me on two occasions, and I could come up with no solutions either time. My only advice is to be in Japan at the time of prize giving. It's a nice place too. Not that I went there, alas, funds did not permit - I just asked for some boring respectable books.
-- DoctorZed The HempFiend (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 23, 1999.
Nah, go for something that you will like :) Ok so your headteacher will see it when they hand it over (if that's the way you do it). Some suggestions: - Sophies World (it'll make you look like you are a depper thinker, and it's an interesting read too!) Camus - The Plague (it's a bit like a french Andromeda Strain)
-- smallkat (email@example.com), August 23, 1999.
I thought fear of flying was about sex!
-- smallkat (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 24, 1999.
I didn't know Fear of Flying existed. But seeing as it *is* about sex, i think it would make a perfect book for prize giving. Thanks! ;o)
-- Tim (email@example.com), August 24, 1999.