I'm torn about this. On the one hand, I hate the idea of defacing books, but on the other hand... LOOK HOW AMAZING!!! Check out more of Kelly Campbell's amazing work on Buzzfeed: http://www.buzzfeed.com/kmallikarjuna/this-is-the-fanciest-book-art-youll-see-today And buy these works of art on her etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/artfuliving?ref=pr_shop_more #buzzfeed #etsy #fun #littlehouseontheprairie #lauraingallswilder
"Books are the only thing that don't create clutter. They look great, however, wherever they are." 35 Things To Do With All Those Books http://www.buzzfeed.com/peggy/what-to-do-with-all-those-books #buzzfeed #fun
Buzzfeed is one of the best inventions of the 21st century... I could spend hours testing my Saved By the Bell knowledge or looking at animals photobombing pictures. So, I figured I'd share a great Buzzfeed article that my fellow bibliophiles will appreciate! http://www.buzzfeed.com/summeranne/signs-youre-addicted-to-books-reading #buzzfeed #fun
To celebrate the birth of Lorelai, I received a lot of really great children's books. However, my absolute favorite was a gift from my friend, Adrienne. Blueberry Girl by Neil Gaiman is an incredible children's book for little girls. I plan on gifting this to everyone I know who gives birth to a daughter... as I feel the message is so important and beautiful. Blame it on post-partum hormones, but I totally cried when I read it. Here's an animated video, narrated by the aut
Mama Bear recently shared some excellent literary news with me. Per NPR.org:A never-before-seen novel by Nobel Prize-winning author Pearl Buck that was discovered in a Texas storage unit will be published in October. Publisher Open Road Integrated Media describes the book, titled The Eternal Wonder, as "the coming-of-age story of Randolph Colfax, an extraordinarily gifted young man whose search for meaning and purpose leads him to New York, England, Paris and on a mission pa
I may not have been listening to 99 Luft Balloons and Emily wasn't screaming at me down the halls of the hospital... instead, I was watching Supernatural (Jared Padalecki!) and Bones. However, on Thursday May 9th at 1:48pm, I welcomed this Little Miss into the world.
I'd like to introduce you to...
Lorelai Yes, I went there. I named her Lorelai. I had a hard time with this decision. I didn't want to be thatperson, but there was not a name Husband and I loved more than
Syphilis and gonorrhea!? Did Tolstoy know how to party or what? [from Trivia-Library.com]
During his long life, Count Leo Tolstoi had been much more than the "angry young man" who turns novelist in order to change things or to better the condition of the oppressed. He was a tormented man, and his mind was plagued by the things he had done. "I put men to death," he wrote in his voluminous diary. "I fought duels to slay others, I lost at cards, wasted my substance wrung from
"...every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way."
The next book is our second foray into the world of Leo Tolstoy, and I'm pretty excited about this one. We'll be reading Anna Karenina!
So brush up on your Russian-last-name-deciphering-abilities and join me on the railroad tracks! #leotolstoy #annakarenina