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If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again there is no use reading it at all. – Oscar Wilde So true! Chasing Vivid Dreams ~ Quotes, Photos and Stuff.

The Mejanes Library, in Aix-en-Provence, France.

La Bibliothèque Méjanes in Aix en Provence, France - library (Le Petit Prince)

Oberlausitzische Bibliothek der Wissenschaften Görlitz. Old libraries are the best!

LIBRARY – home office and den. Library Portals, Goerlitz, Germany photo via bjorn.


Argentina-based Raul Lemesoff created the Arma De Instruccion Masiva (Weapon of Mass Instruction), a converted 1979 Ford Falcon formerly belonging to the Argentine armed forces, to distribute free books to people on the streets of Buenos Aires.

I love messy libraries they look more filled of memories and love than those of organized ones. As much as organized ones look nice....

teachingliteracy: “ by Melanie Caitlin ” I want a room dedicated to books. Someday, I plan to have a house with room for a library.

Our faux books have been used to stunning effect to create this excellent hidden door.

I worked at a publishing house in Philadelphia that had a hidden "library shelf" door. It was great fun to astonish visitors by disappearing when they turned to inquire of the receptionist.

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An entry from thunderbolts and sparks

Not Tonight, I'm Reading print © Mary Kate McDEVITT Hand Lettering & Illustration via her site. Special print commission for Reading Frenzy's Relaunch Kickstarter project in Portland, Oregon.

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Sign over book shop in vintage photo, "Books Will Turn You On"

I love this! And I miss Borders! I wish they'd put a Half Price Books near me :-(

Funny pictures about Why old books smell so good. Oh, and cool pics about Why old books smell so good. Also, Why old books smell so good photos.

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An arch made of books forms the entryway into the bookshop Le Bal des Ardents in Lyon, France -- Impractical?

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