luxuryon:

Reading in a daybed
 joderquebuenoes:

París Café, por Jean Pierre Gibrat

joderquebuenoes:

París Café, por Jean Pierre Gibrat

 writersblock51:

April book photo challenge - Day 7, Socially Awkward Character, Sherlock Holmes

writersblock51:

April book photo challenge - Day 7, Socially Awkward Character, Sherlock Holmes

 bookwormbabe89:

Take a lot of notes, boys

bookwormbabe89:

Take a lot of notes, boys

Keep reading. It’s one of the most marvelous adventures that anyone can have.
— Lloyd Alexander  (via corvidae-and-crossroads)

(Source: youngadultatbooktopia)

 arunaea:

untitled by chooseanalog on Flickr.

arunaea:

untitled by chooseanalog on Flickr.

 orano:

Jacques Tardi - 1995 - In french comics magazine (A SUIVRE)

orano:

Jacques Tardi - 1995 - In french comics magazine (A SUIVRE)

Leave us alone without books and we shall be lost and in confusion at once.
— from “Notes from Underground” by Fyodor Dostoevsky (via clubdenni)
 
There are many reasons why novelists write, but they all have one thing in common - a need to create an alternative world.
— John Fowles
 bookslooks:

I’m always on the lookout for old books that look like these. 

bookslooks:

I’m always on the lookout for old books that look like these. 

 books0977:

Illustration of girl reading about Jonah by Dorothy P. Lathrop from Hitty - Her First Hundred Years by Rachel Field. The MacMillan Company, New York, 1929. First edition. Classic Tale of Phoebe Preble’s Doll. Newbery Award.
"There was a painful picture of a man being swallowed by a large fish."

books0977:

Illustration of girl reading about Jonah by Dorothy P. Lathrop from Hitty - Her First Hundred Years by Rachel Field. The MacMillan Company, New York, 1929. First edition. Classic Tale of Phoebe Preble’s Doll. Newbery Award.

"There was a painful picture of a man being swallowed by a large fish."

 vintageanchorbooks:

"It would be better for me … that multitudes of men should disagree with me rather than that I, being one, should be out of harmony with myself.’—Socrates, 482c, as reported by Plato in “Gorgias”

vintageanchorbooks:

"It would be better for me … that multitudes of men should disagree with me rather than that I, being one, should be out of harmony with myself.’
—Socrates, 482c, as reported by Plato in “Gorgias”

artmonia:

Book Art by  Thomas Allen.

 teachingliteracy:

Well Worn (by cathyhubmann)