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  • Jeff Keener III

    {Humor for Book Lovers} This is a short, but fun, video (1:52) all about books! It makes you wonder what REALLY happens in a bookstore at night! This video was filmed in Canada at Type Books. Let us know what you think Read more: http://booklybooks.com/humor-for-book-lovers-what-really-happens-in-a-bookstore-at-night

  • Germ Magazine

    Ever wonder what real books do for fun when no one is around? Watch this short video and see the whimsical antics of the lovely residents of Type Books in Toronto.

  • Stacey Smith

    A year ago, Sean Ohlenkamp and his wife created a stop motion video of them organizing their bookshelf. This year, they've stepped it up a notch, and organized an entire book store – Type Books in Toronto.

  • Kayla Moses

    The Joy of Books: What happens once a small bookstore closes its doors for the night?

  • Arts Ally

    "What happens in bookstores at night.." After organizing their own bookshelf, Sean Ohlenkamp & wife Lisa re-doubled their efforts for TYPE BOOKS in TORONTO. After several sleepless nights of animating with a crew of over 20 people, the 'Joy of Books' video was born. Music was composed especially for the short by Grayson Matthews. (See other such bookish things celebrated at www.facebook.combookishandwordy)

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Folks, *this* is how I feel when I pick up books in a bookstore or library. Mmhmm.

I want to build a reading nook out of reading material! This is an installation piece at the Whitney Art Works Gallery in Maine by Aaron T. Stephan entitled "Building Houses/Hiding Under Rocks" from 2007.

"Hey, pretty lady, I bet you'd look good in my IU t-shirt, curled up on my sofa, reading this novel."

Haha. Really though it doesn't matter how you read, the same information is going into your head anyway. I still prefer paper books though ~

I love when you find a book so intriguing that you have to stop where you are and start reading it.

I'm not against Kindles at all, but I suspect I'll always prefer paper books. Holding them, flipping the pages, smelling them, feeling the paper, everything.

Inside the City Lights Bookstore, SF By Beto Ruiz Alonso: Where the streets of the world meet the avenues of the mind.