In this day and age of easy internet searches with results at your fingertips, I must admit that I have not used a physical dictionary in many years. As a lover of books, of course I own a large Webster’s American Family Dictionary. I also own a pocket sized Webster’s American Dictionary (literally, it fits in my palm). But – like I did with my Thesaurus – I pulled my dictionaries off the shelf today just to relearn how to use them and find some of my “New Words” definitions the old-fashioned way. It’s nice, getting reacquainted with old friends.
206 Bones Aida D. Donald Alice's Adventures in Wonderland A Poetry Handbook Baroness Orczy Break No Bones Charles Hamilton Divergent E. Nesbit Emily Dickinson Five Children and It From My Library Herlock Sholmes Kathy Reichs Lewis Carroll Lion in the White House Mary Oliver New Books New Words Poems Poems of the Irish People Quick Quotes Roget's Thesaurus Rumi Sherlock Holmes Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Speaking in Bones The False Prince The Hunt for Red October The Scarlet Pimpernel Through the Looking-Glass Tom Clancy Webster's Dictionary