Posts Tagged: book lovers

The Magic and Danger of Books: Librarians Assemble!

This summer, I’ve read two books with librarians as central characters, so it’s time for a librarian-themed post! The books are: The Night Bookmobile (by Audrey Niffenegger) and The Invisible Library (by Genevieve Cogman). The books are quite different from

The Magic and Danger of Books: Librarians Assemble!

This summer, I’ve read two books with librarians as central characters, so it’s time for a librarian-themed post! The books are: The Night Bookmobile (by Audrey Niffenegger) and The Invisible Library (by Genevieve Cogman). The books are quite different from

Meet A. J. Fikry, Bookseller

Time for another little free library find! The Collected Works of A. J. Fikry, by Gabrielle Zevin, is an adventure of a book and should make the book-lover in your life very happy.¬†Each section starts with Fikry’s synopsis / critique

Meet A. J. Fikry, Bookseller

Time for another little free library find! The Collected Works of A. J. Fikry, by Gabrielle Zevin, is an adventure of a book and should make the book-lover in your life very happy.¬†Each section starts with Fikry’s synopsis / critique

Strangers Collide: the Flowers of Anti-Martyrdom

Another keeper from McSweeney’s fabulous poetry series, Dorian Geisler’s Flowers of Anti-Martyrdom is really fun to read. Like all books in the series, it is handsomely bound and has a great cover, plus contents that you’ll want to read twice,

Strangers Collide: the Flowers of Anti-Martyrdom

Another keeper from McSweeney’s fabulous poetry series, Dorian Geisler’s Flowers of Anti-Martyrdom is really fun to read. Like all books in the series, it is handsomely bound and has a great cover, plus contents that you’ll want to read twice,

It’s 10pm. Do you know where your books are?

Bookplates, especially old-school ones, are wonderful. Yet people don’t seem to use them much these days. Which, I think, says something about the value we place on books. A lot of books sold today are paperbacks and (while not necessarily

It’s 10pm. Do you know where your books are?

Bookplates, especially old-school ones, are wonderful. Yet people don’t seem to use them much these days. Which, I think, says something about the value we place on books. A lot of books sold today are paperbacks and (while not necessarily