Booknik on April 14—19
Сегодня / Booknik Highlights 23 апреля 2012
Last week, Booknik visited polar bears, plunged into the soviet past, remembered two Ferdinands the Firsts kindly, became a movie fan, and decoded an ancient papyrus.
Booknik on April 7-13
Сегодня / Booknik Highlights 16 апреля 2012
Last week, Booknik fought discrimination of the Chinese and kangaroos; he decided to give Booknik Jr. some schooling, visited Paris, Tarusa, and the Garden of Eden, conducted an orchestra, and made thieves listen to reason. Meanwhile, Booknik Jr. mastered the beginnings of witchcraft, and spent some jolly good time in Israel.
Booknik on March 31 — April 6
Сегодня / Booknik Highlights 8 апреля 2012
Last week, Booknik fooled around, rewrote history, bought matzo, and celebrated Pesach merrily, and kosher; he tried to master a new profession but then he decided to retire. Booknik Jr. learned that poor results in school cannot hinder a successful career in poetry, so he went for a vacation in Tel Aviv.
Booknique on March 24–30
Сегодня / Booknik Highlights 1 апреля 2012
Last week, Booknique decided he was an actor, quitted drinking
cognaccoffee in the morning, chose an ideal bookstore, held pauses, stumbled and stuttered, searched for the Promised Land, and cooked latkes. Meanwhile, Booknique Jr. created a Golem, and now he thinks how to make a fool of it on April 1.
Booknik on March 17–23
Сегодня / Booknik Highlights 25 марта 2012
Last week, Booknik tried to match the unmatchable, took a mongoose as a pet, milked a cow, escaped from captivity, sang in a female voice with "The Klezmatics,” and took appropriate measures against suspicious foreigners. He also learned who invented a seamless condom; meanwhile, Booknik Jr. bought a ring buoy, and set on for a river cruise.
Booknik on March 10-16
Сегодня / Booknik Highlights 18 марта 2012
Last week, Booknik thought about a career of an alchemist or a shochet but he decided to become a prophet instead, and a vegetarian to boot; he destroyed borders, tore masks off, rolled down the stairs, befriended an oak, walked in Lisbon, talked to a legendary Jewish collective farmer about raising poultry and growing dahlias, and danced at the Yiddish Fest. In the meantime, Booknik Jr. became disappointed in entomology, and took a great interest in poetry.
Booknik on March 3–9
Сегодня / Booknik Highlights 10 марта 2012
Last week, Booknik was sorry that God had not made him a woman; he peeked in other people’s windows, made borsht, persistently tasted wine, and he could not distinguish Mordecai from Haman; apart from that, he traveled to Paris and Persia, read books, and watched movies. Meanwhile, Booknik Jr. learned why he did not have a tail, and he celebrated the loss of another tooth.
Booknik on February 25 — March 2
Сегодня / Booknik Highlights 5 марта 2012
Last week, Booknik looked for a bride, thought about intricacies of love for Jews, shared other people’s reminiscences, tried to become a museum exhibit, invented a electric engine, and was surprised to learn that Napoleon was not just a cake. At the same time, Booknik Jr. learned why the winter this year was one day longer than usual, and cooked potato pancakes with Pettson and Findus.
Booknik on February 18-24
Сегодня / Booknik Highlights 26 февраля 2012
Last week, Booknik met the eternally alive leader, and the revitalized poet, eavesdropped on other people, made pancakes, played some post-modernist games, participated in a revolution, and scratched Jews out of the list of enemies. Meanwhile, Booknik Jr. made a putty Galatea, conquered a lion, and started to like tomatoes.
Booknik on February 11–17
Сегодня / Booknik Highlights 20 февраля 2012
Last week, Booknik had a fight with the chief karate mater in the country, sent out valentines to his beloved readers, learned the whole truth about Rabinovitch, and hid the whole truth about himself from his mom; he also courted ladies, told Talmudic jokes, went to the movies, and was totally happy, compared to Romeo and Juliet. Meantime, Booknik Jr. was too serious for his years, so he spent days and night in a museum.