#dailybookpic Day Twenty-Two: learning to read. A high school Spanish assignment - translate a children's book (poorly, I might add).
#dailybookpic Day Twenty-Four: book quotes. The latin motto for Hat Creek Cattle Company in Lonesome Dove, painted on the wall of the new western wear store in town.
#dailybookpic Day Fourteen: picture book. The Sea-Thing Child by Russell Hoban, illustrated by Patrick Benson.
#dailybookpic Day Thirty-One: did not finish. Took Anna Karenina on my last trip to Ireland; maybe I'll have better luck this time.
#dailbookpic Day Twenty-Nine: autographed books.
#dailybookpic Day Twenty-Eight: well-worn books.
#dailybookpic Day Twenty-Five: book bags. The Friends of the Library sell these in the used bookstore on the second floor.
#dailybookpic Day Twenty-One: books in wild. The contents of the library book drop on Main Street.
#dailybookpic Day Eleven (revisited). The copy of Tiny Beautiful Things I won from BookPeople.
#dailybookpic Day Eight: book fetish. When I was a kid, I made covers for my grandmother's Nancy Drew books.
#dailybookpic Day Thirty: book to movie. I can't remember much about Cloud Atlas other than its Russian doll structure, but I know I liked it.
#dailybookpic Day Twenty-Seven: outdoor reading spot. My backyard.
#dailybookpic Day Twenty-Six: repurposed books. Golden Book as wall art.
#dailybookpic Day Twenty-Two: comfort reads. The Sunday paper and the new issue of Vogue.
#dailybookpic Day Twenty: book pusher. I work at a K-12 textbook company - getting them hooked while they're young!
#dailybookpic Day Nineteen: reading glasses. Where I spent my evening. Also where I first heard the term #ApocalypticLibrarian.