February 3, 2017
Back in 2014, BuzzFeed posted to the Internet”21 Literary Temporary Tattoos Every Book Lover Needs,” featuring several examples from the online catalog of the company that sells them, Lithographs.com.
(Sorry for the two-year delay in passing along the good news!)
December 14, 2015
Your heeding these caveats might result in a happier recipient of your generous impulse to buy a book to someone on your holiday shopping list.
Found at Book Riot via a Facebook posting by The Goodwill Librarian
December 13, 2015
If you’re stumped on what to give the booklover(s) in your life this holiday season, The Reading Room has rounded up another list of suggestions .
November 19, 2014
If you subscribe to Facebook, The Goodwill Librarian has assembled a separate FB page of gift ideas for the booklovers in your life – or for yourself, if you count yourself among the booklovers of the world.
The annual year-end hollerdays are approaching, as may the birthday of your favorite booklover, so take a gander.
September 17, 2014
This past spring, Princeton Architectural Press published The Public Library: A Photographic Essay by Robert Dawson.
Brainpickings recently published a lengthy review by Maria Popova – lengthy partly because her review includes multiple samples of Dawson’s photos, like the one above.
The review includes links to the title at Amazon.com, which includes excerpts from other reviews – all of them, like Popova’s, uniformly positive.
Found via a Facebook posting by Leslie Kahn (via Catherine Korvin)
February 23, 2014
These lovely coasters are available from Anthropologie’s website. Unfortunately, they cost $40 a set. Still.
Found at To Be Shelved via Share Your Shelf via Bookslut
December 7, 2013
Yikes! It’s December already! Time to begin thinking about what bookish-themed gift you might surprise your favorite booklover with, or treat yourself to this year.
The cool book-themed coaster set in the photo (brought to our attention by a Facebook posting by the Goodwill Librarian) is from the Expressions catalog.
More and more online stores are selling bookish merchandise, and we’ve gathered links to some of them in the “Booklover’s Toolbox” so you can find them throughout the year.