There's more Travel Pins to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
He used Pinterest to go deep
Join Pinterest to find all the things that inspire you.
Creating an account means you’re okay with Pinterest's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
50+
billion Pins
to explore
15
seconds to
sign up (free!)
Visit site

Related Pins

Water for Elephants - Sara Gruen Good book, but found the animal cruelty in spots hard to stomach!

To tuck them into bed at night: Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown

Suspended books sculpture. Maybe not a practical upcycle, but if you have the space, well, go for it.

So true... I always take a 15 min break from moving on to my next choice of reading material. Ha! I love living different lives. :)

And then your purse is all heavy and has awkward rectangle shapes on the outside. And when you ask someone to hold your purse for a couple minutes, they always comment about how you must keep bricks in there. And then you say, "Those aren't bricks, they're books" And then weird looks happen... But it's totally worth it to not be without reading material for a moment :)

Unless of course the author decides to kill your favorite character. That's how they get their revenge and get you coming back for more.

40 Books that you won't be able to put down. I need these on my kindle ASAP.

"some books are meant / to be read just like this / alone, with the evening, / a bowl of fruit ripening / waiting for the reader / to grow hungry, but / she won't, the book / will devour her, / and it / will soon / become / morning."

“Then they set out along the blacktop in the gunmetal light, shuffling through the ash, each the other's world entire.” ― Cormac McCarthy, The Road

Does it bother anyone else that that book is on fire... 'Cause it's really bothering me...

“Master those books you have. Read them thoroughly. Bathe in them until they saturate you. Read and reread them…digest them. (Quote continues in comments)

This powerful book recounts the failure of the Trans-Antarctic Expedition led by Sir Ernest Shackleton in an attempt to cross the Antarctic continent in 1914. The subsequent struggle for survival endured by the twenty-eight man crew for almost two years gives to book its title, as well as the name of the ship Shackleton used for the expedition, the Endurance. The ship was eventually crushed by ice floes, leaving the men stranded on the pack ice, where they drifted for over a year. Compelling.