Books I’d Like To Get – Wishlist

Below is the current list as of March 29th 2021 of the books that I would like to get though Google Play (which is tied into my google account, so if you would like to gift me a book, please PM me for my google account email). Sadly at this point in time Google Books does now allow gifting between all countries (US and Canada it does, not sure about else where), if you are outside of Canada or the US then sadly you might not be able to Gift a Google Book to me, but will have to use my Amazone Book List instead. Or you can go over to my Amazon Wishlist post to see what items I’m wishing or needing to get.

* Means I don’t yet have the book
** Means I have gotten the book (it will also not have a active link)

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Quote – Art Buchwald

You can’t make up anything anymore. The world itself is a satire. All you’re doing is recording it.
– Art Buchwald

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Quote by Winifred Carriere

The cat is the mirror of the human mind, personality, and attitude, just as the dog mirrors his human’s physical appearance.
–Winifred Carriere

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Quote by Will Cuppy

If a cat does something, we call it instinct; if we do the same thing, for the same reason, we call it intelligence.
–Will Cuppy

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Quote by Dave Edwards

In my house lives a cat who is a curmudgeon and cantankerous, a cat who is charming and convivial, and a cat who is combative and commendable. And yet I have but one cat.
— Dave Edwards

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Quote by Allen and Ivy Dodd

There are people who reshape the world by force or argument, but the cat just lies there, dozing; and the world quietly reshapes itself to suit his comfort and convenience.
–Allen and Ivy Dodd

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