HuffPo features "Books on Screen: Our Favorite Bookish Love Scenes From Films"
Oh, Amazon. It's so hard not to hate you and your attitude toward a positive, successful, mutually-beneficial, non-manipulative, not-a-monopoly book industry: "Amazon Pulls Thousands of E-Books in Dispute [AGAIN]"
As a chronic re-reader (there are at least three or four books I reread on a yearly basis), I feel gratified that there really can be a mental health benefit from rereading.
The very early news that JK Rowling will now write an adult book for Little, Brown.
Thoughtful commentary on a longer article: "E-Books Can't Burn"
I can't explain the book/word/art collaboration known as Round Robin, but Grain Edit can.
Bookplates from Mac & Ninny Paper Co.
Get a painting of your favorite books on your own bookshelf here at Ideal Bookshelf. Beautiful work!
Remember the children's book Stephen Colbert wrote during the Maurice Sendak interviews I posted a couple of weeks ago? Well, surprise, surprise, it's getting published.
Does this list surprise you? "The 100 'Greatest Books for Kids" ranked by Scholastic Parent & Child magazine.
Name the titles of these book covers (I got 17 of 24)
"From the retrotastic typographic signage to the beautiful vintage color schemes, these storefronts are priceless time-capsules of an era as faded as their paint coats, haunting ghosts caught in the machine of progress." Read more in this article.
Alphabet Roadtrip, the blog of Iskra Design.
Letterology, an open classroom discussing book design and experimental typography.
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A Tumblr blog dedicated to book photographs and quotes: PrettyBooks