Usually the fact that a book isn't available in my library means it is going to be some obscure, random book that is often difficult to read or understand. Cane, an ILL book, did not let me down in this regard. I can tell it is good literature. Dealing with the experience of being African American in the early 20th century. Unfortunately, I don't have the educational background or historical understanding to really appreciate this book for the excellent literature that it is. It's embarrassing - I'm like, uh, yes, I can tell that this is good literature, but I can't get much more out of it than that.
Pea has discovered Where's Waldo the last couple of weeks, which has been really fun. I fondly remember enjoying those books when I was young.