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  1. Yesterday (the 2nd of March) it was World Book Day. While the Netherlands doesn't really participate in this as we have our own 'book weeks', I coincidentally found myself reading a lot yesterday. I read 5 children's books (they were pretty short and had a big font, they were quite enjoyable) by Paul van Loon (a Dutch author). Did you do anything special for or because of World Book Day?
  2. I’m planning on reading more, trying to improve my intellectual level. But I don’t have all the time of the world. What are some good reads for that purpose? I accept all (non-fiction) genres: economics, politics, religion, history… I have already read “The God Delusion” by Richard Dawkins.
  3. Over the years that I have been reading, I have read books that have changed how I have seen, felt about the world and things in it. They have often been books that you wouldn't have thought it have that effect, but they did. ( I'm talking about books like the Tamuli series by David Eddings .) What if any books have lead to a change in how you see the world?
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