Sunday, August 8, 2010

Debnance or Debfrance?

Bonjour! Enchanté!
Did you take a trip this summer?
Did you know that you can upload pictures
into a movie or a photo book? For free?

A photo book from Bookr:
(Turn the pages by clicking on the bottom corner of the page.)

Movie made with Windows Photo Story:
video
(Click on arrow to start)


I did the Hop this week.

If you missed it, I would love it if you:
Befriend me at Goodreads.
Follow me at Twitter.
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Please say leave a comment here.
I will also seek you out.
I will add you to my Reader and/or Follow you.



Books I Read This Week:


21 comments:

  1. Thanks for folloing me. Your blog looks great so I'm going to follow you too

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  2. LOVE the photo book - and the music that accompanies all the lovely pictures :)

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  3. You will have to remember these Web 2.0 tools for use after YOUR trip, Molly!

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  4. Love the book! Thank you for stopping by Bookvisions.

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  5. I love your blog. Just wanted to say thanks for stopping by mine, I hope you can follow. I am now following yours!

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  6. Hello! Thank you for visiting me at 2 of my blogs and for becoming a follower!
    Alvin!! I'm originally from Jersey Village--near Houston. But have been to Alvin many times.
    Will make my way over to your Yahoo group on 1001 children's books to read, sounds intriguing.

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  7. No, no trip this summer. Our vacation will be last week of October--going to Colorado.

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  8. Debfrance! I love it. Great video too. And I love the cover of The Story of a Seagull and the Cat Who Taught He To Fly. It's the cat. It's great when they make an expressive cat face.

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  9. Lots of lovely cats in these children's books. The cats in Story of a Seagull are particularly responsible, determined to teach a baby seagull to fly despite (1) an inherent antagonism toward seagulls and (2) a lack of flight know-how.

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  10. Too cool! A happy summer indeed. Off to follow you here and there. Happy reading!

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  11. I read A Year in the Merde a few years ago and loved it. I should pick up Talk to the Snail. Thanks!

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  12. Thanks for stoppping by. Lots of interesting stuff in your blog!

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  13. What gorgeous pictures!!! I especially love the stained glass, and the food and the sculpture of the face, and the field of lavender (that is lavender, right?) oh, heck, i just love all of the pictures!!! What a trip that must have been! And The Happiness Project....isn't that a wonderful book!
    my travels this summer have only been beach-related; nothing quite as exotic as France! It is my dream to visit the Chartres Cathedral in France one day. Thanks for sharing your lovely pictures!

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  14. Hi, thankyou so much for stopping in to visit! I am returning the follow and am very excited to read your future content.

    Krista

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  15. Stacy, it was an amazing trip. Yes, the lavender, the art, the churches, and, especially, the food! I hope you will make it to Chartres Cathedral one day. Start saving your pennies now. It is worth it.

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  16. The covers on those children's books you read this week make me smile :)

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  17. That is so cool! I didn't know about that site but I definitely want to make something with it :) I loved seeing your France photos! I miss being there so much!

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  18. I just stumbled across your blog and became a follower. Just wanted to say hi :) Also, I spent 6 weeks in France two summers ago and loved loved loved it. It looks like you had a fabulous time as well.

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  19. Hi! I just found your blog and I love it!!!!!!! Thanks for following me! I'm a new follower!!!! Just wanted to let you know that I'm hosting a blog hop!!!!! Come on by every one!!!!
    http://cafeofanswers.blogspot.com/

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  20. There's an award waiting for you over at my blog. Keep it shiny!

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  21. Hi, new follower. The Three Musketeers is my all time favorite books.

    http://www.ManOfLaBook.com

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