UseGoodBooks is not only a fantastic movement with free worldwide delivery and all retail profits going to charity, but it’s also fronted by a fantastically animated, engaging video campaign.

Check them out, and the campaign.

Uncle Wiggily at bedtime.

In May of 2006, 46 years after the publication of her only novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, reclusive author Harper Lee wrote the following letter to Oprah Winfrey, on the subject of reading and her love of books. It was subsequently published in Oprah’s magazine, “O.”

Long has this CS Lewis quote been locked away in my heart.

What Katie Does has beautifully immortalised it in a print that I need in my life, pronto.

Come on next payday…

This collection of Malcolm Gladwell books are absolutely stunning.
First featured here.
You can grab them for your shelves over on Amazon. This collection of Malcolm Gladwell books are absolutely stunning.
First featured here.
You can grab them for your shelves over on Amazon. This collection of Malcolm Gladwell books are absolutely stunning.
First featured here.
You can grab them for your shelves over on Amazon. This collection of Malcolm Gladwell books are absolutely stunning.
First featured here.
You can grab them for your shelves over on Amazon.

This collection of Malcolm Gladwell books are absolutely stunning.

First featured here.

You can grab them for your shelves over on Amazon.

Since March of last year, a series of wonderful and whimsical paper sculptures have been anonymously left on tables and shelves in libraries in Edinburgh, Scotland.

The sculptures are made from books and pages of books, and extol the virtues of book and libraries. They were often accompanied by notes, one of which reads in part: …” In support of Libraries, Books, Words, Ideas […] and All things ‘magic’…”

There were, over a period of months, 10 sculptures left by the mysterious artist, who on the last sculpture left a note signing off with “Cheers Edinburgh it’s been fun!

Found this, here. I think they’re all great.