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Alice in wonderland

“What day is it?” asked Pooh. “It’s today,” squeaked Piglet. “My favorite day,” said Pooh. #Quotation #Pooh #AA_Milne

That moment when you realize it's turning into LOTR.

"This too shall pass" is one of my favorite sayings but this is hilarious.

Reader's Life

a quote by Lewis Buzbee

Amazing Idea.

Josh Cooley, "The Big Lebowski" drawn in the style of Little Golden Books. Cooley is a story artist at Pixar who creates images for children’s films by day. By night, he brings his artistic talent to less G-rated fare, illustrating grown-up classics in the style of Little Golden Books. The results, while not pieces you’d hang in your kid’s nursery, are pretty priceless.

Ten Classic Movies Drawn as Little Golden Books

Walk by your favorite passage from your favorite book every day | Community Post: 30 Totally Unique Ways To Decorate Your Home With Books

30 Totally Unique Ways To Decorate Your Home With Books

home library spot

Cover | Living // Tina Seidenfaden Busck

Worth it.

Potentially better, though not happy, endings the first time around.

The real Disney stories…

Where the wild things are. Probably pinned this before but love it.

Little boy surprises famous book author…

Draco Malfoy heart necklace

Vintage books pendant necklace , Book lover pendant , Books jewelry , librarian gift, writer ,teacher , book nerd gift necklace (my friend melissa would love this)


A transparent acrylic paperweight to hold down the pages of a book as you eat and drink while reading... Cool!

I'd read it.

alice in wonderland

Scrolled Book Sculpture by all things paper,

Kindle 3 case "Homer, The Odyssey"- recycled book by Ela's Idea, via Flickr

Just in case he shows up

Scrap Irony: Edward Gorey Illustrates Snarky Cultural Commentary, 1961 | Brain Pickings

Harry Potter