49 Breathtaking Libraries From All Over the World
#4 might sound just a wee bit familiar to my fellow Gilmore folk! http://www.buzzfeed.com/mattortile/49-breathtaking-libraries-from-all-over-the-world #library #buzzfeed
Libraries of Greatness III
The Long Room of the library in Dublin's Trinity College. This photo was taken in 1898. #library
Libraries of Greatness II
This gorgeous booklover's dream is the George Peabody library in Baltimore, Maryland. #library
Libraries of Greatness!
I figured I'd start sharing the most amazing/reading nooks I come across in my travels across the great expanse of The World Wide Web. So here's the first one... And very appropriately, this is the reading room at the Yale law library! #library #yale
And I thought I was bad...
My friend Becky just forwarded this article to me. It's even funnier because this took place only one town over from where I work. http://www.wfsb.com/story/19654788/mother-arrested-after-retuning-late-library-books (text after the jump) Mother arrested after returning late library books Posted: Sep 27, 2012 10:37 AM EDTUpdated: Sep 27, 2012 11:29 AM EDT By WFSB Staff TRUMBULL, CT (WFSB) - A mother in Trumbull has been arrested after police said she was late wit
Love this photo!
Although Facebook is usually full of obnoxious barely-acquaintances who spend their entire days creating post after post about their vague "life changing events" or "horrible situations" (my sister calls those people "Vaguebookers")... occasionally it's good for something! My awesome friend Kim recently shared this on her timeline... and I wanted to pass it along to you! One, I want to adopt this little girl and give her all the books. Two, how awesome is it that kids are
Bear Allen vs The Public Library System
Although I think it's an amazing resource, the public library system and I have had a sordid, emotionally unhealthy history. Today... I finally come clean. Attempt #1- It all began when I was in kindergarten. I remember getting my shiny new library card... my very first. It was amazing (and a bit overwhelming) to think about all the books now at my disposal. I remember taking out two books... one was Anna Karenina and the other was Swann's Way. [Okay, okay... one of the