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  • Michael Kimmig

    5 Reasons Why Long Content and Blog Posts Are Once Again the Future of Content Marketing

  • Jessica Bengsch

    Tackling Readicide: Five rules to establish. This guy's blog is genius if you're a upper middle or secondary English teacher.

  • Lucy Marie

    bucket list #6: read 200+ books!! (starting in 2011, thus far: _44_)

  • Trisha Liu

    Eric Barker's Top 5 Book list: Influence, Drive, The Power of Habit, The Longevity Project, The Happiness Advantage

  • Mark Harrison

    The following are some of the titles I have enjoyed reading over the course of 2011. I highly recommend you put some of them on your reading list for 2012.

  • Des Plaines Public Library

    Good Reads, Stimulating Conversation at Library Book Clubs - Des Plaines, IL Patch. "As the days shorten and the air cools, my first instinct tends towards hibernation; a warm blanket and a long book are exactly what the winter months call for in the Chicago area. Of course the Des Plaines library has books in abundance and a staff of Readers' Advisory associates ready and eager to make recommendations to any interested party." READ ON

  • Shirley Rowe

    The 50 Most Popular Books For Teachers

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The National Art Library: V & A, London

American entrepreneur Jay Walker’s private library — so important (and massive) that his house was designed and built around it

I just love old books! The smell, the feel, the innocence of the past and a time so different from now.

[a library is infinity under a roof] broaden your horizons - so many books to read and so little time lol

Skeleton closet, Chetham's Library, Manchester / photograph by Flufzilla22

Spiral Staircase, Philosophical Reading-Room. The Szabo Ervin Library in Budapest, Hungary is a beautiful place. Much of the building is a modern library, but in the central library is a preserved palace, Wenckheim Palace. It was built by Count Frigyes Wenckheim (1842 – 1912), a well-known aristocrat of the end of the 19th century, the owner of a vast estate with the membership of the Parliament.

  • Diána Kiss

    I really love this place. I always learn in this reading room. Grate photo !!

Cozy little mini library. :)