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organizing books

Through much of high school and college, I worked in a library. In spite of that, I'm rather, shall we say, unconventional in my book organization. No Dewey Decimal system for this ex-librarian! For me, it's purely a matter of things looking well organized.
  • Courtney DeMers

    organizing books by color...

  • Danielle O

    organizing books by color...simply lovely! Oh I can't wait to have a book shelf big enough to do this!!!!

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