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The First Edition Covers of 25 Classic Books: The Trial (Der Process), by Franz Kafka. Die Schmiede, Berlin, // Material via Twitter @BelenBermejo1925

The 20 Most Beautiful Children's Books of All Time

What New Book Should You Read This Spring

Arleen Williams reveals the cover and synopsis for BIKING UPHILL: BOOK TWO OF THE ALKI TRILOGY.

Books Worth Reading, Dust Wrapper, Dust Jacket, Books Books, Favorite Books, Dust Cover

32 Books That Will Actually Change Your Life - I've only read 2 of these, but the others are going on my "To Read" list!

<Ink4Viola>> SO VERY TRUE: "Buying books faster than you can read them." Read this on Buzzfeed>>| The 23 Best Parts Of Being A Book Lover

22 Books You Need To Read This Summer- this looks like a good list! Get a FREE book straight to your inbox

22 Books You Pretend You’ve Read But Actually Haven’t

Good book list for adults & older teens - 26 Contemporary Books That Should Be Taught In High School

Take a literary dip in a "massive river of 10,000 discarded books" that flooded Melbourne, Australia, in June. My Modern Met noted that "Spanish art collective Luzinterruptus was commissioned to create a work of art that, quite literally, stopped traffic.... On the final night of the installation, visitors were encouraged to take the books home with them."

The Magic of Books

Laughing Squid highlighted Kate Imbach's Tumblr blog Matchbook, where she has taken the concept of beach reading to a new level with "bathing suits matched with their book cover counterpart."

Did you see Flavorpill's list of 10 #sci-fi books for people who don't like science-fiction? It reminds us of Terry Persun's CATHEDRAL OF DREAMS: http://amzn.to/K2lTU6

Interesting infographic from Mashable, "Are Books Doomed? The Rise of E-Reading."

Litonya from Book Evolution provides us with today's teaser review of @Gale Martin's GRACE UNEXPECTED.

[The Power of Words] @Ginger Marcinkowski reviews New York Times bestseller and Time Magazine's Book of the Year, 'Unbroken.'

@Casey Samulski supplies us with some "full spectrum literature."