Sometimes we find some goodies. I've picked up the Stephen King classics "The Tommyknockers" and "Misery" that are in near-perfect condition. I never really thought about reading them, but for $1, why not? I have even come across paperbacks of books I had read before, and for $1, why not own them, too? Only decent ones, though. I'm not going to go and pick up any Anita Shreve book, but I really liked "The Last Time They Met" and owning it is a good choice.
Steph found a novel where the sheep, as a herd, are trying to figure out who killed their owner, and they don't trust people. There's even on black sheep named Othello.
I found something similar, sort of. Similar only in it's "strangeness" I suppose. My book is "Winkie." A teddy bear who's mistaken for a terrorist.
I'm only 20 pages into it, but the little guy breaks your heart already. It's not a children's story, though. He's cute, but the adults that are dealing with him are not -- and therefore they've dropped a few F-bombs.
Oops. Watch out for those. It's like stepping through a cow field.
Or a sheep field.