Never Without A Book

  1. Originally by butinmyotherlife

    butinmyotherlife:

    All of these quotes are from actual challenges I found online.

    Banned Books with quotes from the challenges.

    (via mindymcginnis)

  2. Originally by just-one--more-page

    pickeringtonlibrary:

    Endless appreciation for pretty book covers || Retellings

    Fairy tale retellings do indeed have some of the best covers. 

    And any shared love for Entwined gets an automatic reblog. =)

    Fairy Tale Retellings.

    (via mindymcginnis)

  3. Photo Originally by monkeywriter monkeywriter:

Love it
  4. Photo Originally by epicreads epicreads:

Like, Try, Why #37!
The Selection —-> The Jewel by Amy Ewing
A Great and Terrible Beauty —-> Illusions of Fate by Kiersten White
Before I Fall —-> Falling Into Place by Amy Zhang

    epicreads:

    Like, Try, Why #37!

    The Selection —-> The Jewel by Amy Ewing

    A Great and Terrible Beauty —-> Illusions of Fate by Kiersten White

    Before I Fall —-> Falling Into Place by Amy Zhang

  5. Originally by lindylibrary
  6. Photo Originally by americanlibraryassoc americanlibraryassoc:


Banned Books Week 2014 Celebrates Graphic Novels
Nanette Perez writes:

The national Banned Books Week planning committee, today announced that this year’s celebration of the freedom to read will emphasize a thematic focus on comics and graphic novels. This year’s Banned Books Week, Sept. 21 – 27, will shine a light on this still misunderstood form of storytelling and will celebrate the value of graphic novels to readers from all walks of life through the work performed by Banned Books Week sponsors and individual librarians, retailers and readers from all over the world.


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    americanlibraryassoc:

    Banned Books Week 2014 Celebrates Graphic Novels

    Nanette Perez writes:

    The national Banned Books Week planning committee, today announced that this year’s celebration of the freedom to read will emphasize a thematic focus on comics and graphic novels. This year’s Banned Books Week, Sept. 21 – 27, will shine a light on this still misunderstood form of storytelling and will celebrate the value of graphic novels to readers from all walks of life through the work performed by Banned Books Week sponsors and individual librarians, retailers and readers from all over the world.

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  7. Originally by mylambsellscondos

    firstsecondbooks:

    mylambsellscondos:

    Battling Boy by Paul Pope 

    We’re so delighted that The Rise of Aurora West is coming soon!

    I can’t wait for the BATTLING BOY sequel.

  8. Photo Originally by flockofbooks pickeringtonlibrary:

flockofbooks:



August Book Photo Challenge

Day Twenty-Six: Guilty Pleasure
I love buying new books just so I can add them to this jar.




Hey, this is a genius idea.
Wonder if we can make something like it work at the library….

What a great idea for choosing what to read from your TBR pile.

    pickeringtonlibrary:

    flockofbooks:

    August Book Photo Challenge

    Day Twenty-Six: Guilty Pleasure

    I love buying new books just so I can add them to this jar.

    Hey, this is a genius idea.

    Wonder if we can make something like it work at the library….

    What a great idea for choosing what to read from your TBR pile.

  9. Photo Originally by yalsa-ttt yalsa-ttt:

Voting for the 2014 Teens’ Top Ten has officially begun! Have your teens vote for their favorite titles now through Teen Read Week (Oct 18)!
http://www.ala.org/yalsa/reads4teens/

    yalsa-ttt:

    Voting for the 2014 Teens’ Top Ten has officially begun! Have your teens vote for their favorite titles now through Teen Read Week (Oct 18)!

    http://www.ala.org/yalsa/reads4teens/

    (via aghowardwrites)

  10. Originally by catagator
PortraitDr. Karin Perry
Asst. Professor of Lib Sci
Sam Houston State Univ.
goodreads.com/kperry
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