September 22, 2014
Oh hell yeah.

Oh hell yeah.

(via ladyliteracy)

September 22, 2014
backwardskid:

I like to start off the day with a book and end with a book.

backwardskid:

I like to start off the day with a book and end with a book.

(via ladyliteracy)

September 22, 2014
scribnerbooks:

this photo is everything.

scribnerbooks:

this photo is everything.

(via what-lovely-books)

September 22, 2014
fycharleston:

Miles Brewton House27 King Street 
This house is considered to be one of the finest Georgian Palladian houses in America, and is still owned by descendants of the original owner and slave trader Miles Brewton. In 1822 after reports of an attempted slave uprising, a vast wrought iron barrier of “cheveaux-de-frise” was added. It was used as a military headquarters during the Revolutionary and the Civil Wars.

fycharleston:

Miles Brewton House
27 King Street 

This house is considered to be one of the finest Georgian Palladian houses in America, and is still owned by descendants of the original owner and slave trader Miles Brewton. In 1822 after reports of an attempted slave uprising, a vast wrought iron barrier of “cheveaux-de-frise” was added. It was used as a military headquarters during the Revolutionary and the Civil Wars.

(Source: Flickr / jmdisk, via dixiegent)

September 22, 2014
teachingliteracy:

books are life (by silmiller91)

teachingliteracy:

books are life (by silmiller91)

(via livingthroughbooks)

September 22, 2014
pickeringtonlibrary:

lego-stories:

Book monster

When a monster calls…it brings reading material. 

pickeringtonlibrary:

lego-stories:

Book monster

When a monster calls…it brings reading material. 

(via americanlibraryassoc)

September 22, 2014
roadhawg1:

Shabby Greek: 1939
1939. “Rosemount, Forkland vicinity, Greene County, Alabama. Structure dates to 1832. Designed and built by Allen Glover for his son William. Two-story Greek Revival frame house with columns. Ballroom makes a third story on top.” 8x10 inch acetate negative by Frances Benjamin Johnston.

roadhawg1:

Shabby Greek: 1939

1939. “Rosemount, Forkland vicinity, Greene County, Alabama. Structure dates to 1832. Designed and built by Allen Glover for his son William. Two-story Greek Revival frame house with columns. Ballroom makes a third story on top.” 8x10 inch acetate negative by Frances Benjamin Johnston.

(via deepdownsouthern)

September 22, 2014
"So many books, so little money."

— every bibliophile at some point in their lives (via parchmentsandquills)

(via biblioslayer)

September 21, 2014

vintagegal:

Happy Birthday Stephen King! (September 21, 1947) 

"People want to know why I do this, why I write such gross stuff. I like to tell them I have the heart of a small boy… and I keep it in a jar on my desk."

(via isasbooks)

September 21, 2014
teachingliteracy:

triview:
Don’t burn the library until you’ve read all the books (at Gertrude & Alice Cafe Bookstore)

teachingliteracy:

triview:

Don’t burn the library until you’ve read all the books (at Gertrude & Alice Cafe Bookstore)

(via booksofmylife)

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