[bksvol-discuss] Re: Wishlist Request

  • From: Lisa Friendly <lisaf@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Carrie Karnos <CarrieK@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 06 Jul 2008 19:17:25 -0700


Books that students need for school can be requested for processing
in-house. I am cc¹ing Carrie and she will get back to you about the
feasibility of doing these books. When she does, you can let the list know
if you still need help but my guess is that we will be able to do them in

Best regards, Lisa

On 7/6/08 1:12 PM, "kelby carlson" <kelbycarlson@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Dear List,
> Coming up this fall, I'm taking a medieval history class at my
> school.  One of the books they recommended as a
> supplement/introduction was Life in a Medieval Castle by Frances
> and Joseph Gies.  I'd really, really appreciate it if someone
> would scan this.  Also, they mentioned Lie In A Medieval Barony
> by William Sterns Davis, which is on Bookshare.  However, this
> book only has a good rating--a lot of the text is garbled or
> missing, I think due to the illustrations.  If either of these
> books could be scanned and/or rescanned, it would be incredibly
> nice.
> Kelby
> Doomed Dragon
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> I grew up in a family where love was central and where lovely
> relationships were ever present.  It is quite easy for me to
> think of the universe as basically friendly mainly because of my
> uplifting hereditary and environmental circumstances.  It is
> quite easy for me to lean more toward optimism than pessimism
> about human nature mainly because of my childhood experiences.
> It is impossible to get at the roots of one's religious attitudes
> without taking in account the psychological and historical
> factors that play upon the individual.
>   --Martin Luther King, Jr.
>   If the people who started wars didn't make them sacred, who
> would be foolish enough to fight?
> --Rhett Butler
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> important a place in their lives, and above all in their
> destinies, as that which they do.
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> loved created things, and had no understanding or appreciation of
> the world, with its sights and sounds and the people living in
> it.  They loved everything and everyone.
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