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Medieval book fragment from the Swedish National Archives.

Medieval book fragment from the Swedish National Archives.

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Hidden rooms with awesome doors. Hidden rooms with awesome doors. Hidden rooms with awesome doors.

Caring for books --- Well now I know the manner in which I shall henceforth open books.

Funny pictures about How to open a new book. Oh, and cool pics about How to open a new book. Also, How to open a new book.

ben franklin poor richard's almanac. Time Travel, please.

Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard, An Almanack for the Year of Christ, 1747 by Richard Saunders. Philadelphia: Printed and sold by B.

Irish Cottage Welcome

Find 4 leaves all the time and press them. They are always falling out of my books.

Although I haven't been through all of them yt, many of these things have happened to me..

25 Signs You're Addicted To Books

25 signs you’re addicted to Books. Welcome to Bookaholics Anonymous. Hi my name is Hannah, and I'm addicted to books. Every year when I go backpacking, at least 5 pounds of the weight in my backpack is a thick hardcover.

truly great library...

Banned book week is coming! "A truly great library contains something in it to offend everyone.

Love a good library illustration.  toelle:  by Vikki Chu

Love a good library illustration. toelle: by... - spajonas

Dr Seuss says "Fill your house with stacks of books, in all the crannies and all the nooks" #homeschool

Fill your house with stacks of books, in all the crannies and all the nooks. STACKS OF BOOKS: Dr. Free Printable bookmark and Home Library ideas by obSEUSSed.

Books

The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who can't read them. Mark Twain quote on Literary quote poster.

The universe, or, The wonders of creation. The infinitely great and the infinitely little (1883) -F.A.Pouchet

Love the title! Cover of 'THE UNIVERSE' [or 'The Wonders of Creation: The Infinitely Great and The Infinitely Little], written by F. Pouchet, with illustrations by A.

Thomas à Kempis (1379/1380–1471). Opera. Nuremberg, 1494. With St. Albertus Magnus. Compendium theologice veritatis. Strasbourg, 1489. Folger Shakespeare Library. "Bound in a German chained binding, c. 1495, of alum tawed pigskin over wooden boards with blind decoration and adorned with brass corner bosses, title plaque, clasps, and several links of iron chain... Upper cover decorated... with tendrils; lower cover central panel divided in 12 lozenges with a fleur-de-lys stamped in the…

uncertaintimes: “ Thomas a Kempis. Nuremberg, Folger Shakespeare Library: This volume, one of a very few existing examples of a chain binding, still retains the remnant of the hand-wrought chain which fastened it securely to a shelf.

埋め込み画像への固定リンク

{Writing Prompt} Write about what reading meant to you as a child, the impact it had on your life, why you read, how you found the love of reading as a child.

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