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14 Brilliant Pieces of Literature You Can Read in the Time it Takes to Eat Lunch

For his 40th birthday, his wife contacted 40 friends/family to send their favorite book to him as a gift.

Fleur de Lys-shaped Book of Hours, 18 x 8 cm. Likely created in Paris circa 1553. Contains eleven lobe-shaped miniatures. Sold by Christie's on June 6, 2006 for $28,000. Only one other manuscript of this format from the same period has been recorded (in Leon Gruel's "Manuel historique et bibliographique de L'amateur de reliures," 1905, II, pp.9-11, pl.G), and that particular work was made for Diane de Poitiers and Henry II.

Man Builds Miniature Bookstore on Wheels to Motivate Children to Read

"Book" pillows for a reading nook - I like the idea of personalizing these. :) #PrimroseReadingCorner

Henry van de Velde (1863-1957)

The Eagle and Child (Oxford, England) and 11 other bars for book lovers

Marcie reading in Rice Park, St. Paul, MN. Charles Schulz, the creator of Peanuts, was born and raised in St. Paul.

Nick Botting, English (1963- ) I've been there.........just can't put the darn thing down!

Antique 18th Century Design Leather Binding books Ornaments