hayaam4ik:

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close by Lou Dizon on Flickr.
 mariethelibrarian:

June book photo challenge
Day 7: I won’t read this - I’m really not sure if I’m ever gonna read this series.. I watch the show, and I feel like that is enough for now.

mariethelibrarian:

June book photo challenge

Day 7: I won’t read this - I’m really not sure if I’m ever gonna read this series.. I watch the show, and I feel like that is enough for now.

This is why you should never, ever get your hopes up. This is why you should see the glass as half empty. So when the whole thing spills, you aren’t as devastated.
— Emily Giffin, Something Borrowed   (via im-so-fan-cy)

(Source: simply-quotes)

 supruntu:

Paul Wolff

supruntu:

Paul Wolff

 
In books: truth, and daring, passion of all sorts. Clear and sweet and savory emotion did not run in a rippling stream in my personal world—more pity to it! But in stories and poems I found passion unfettered, and healthy.
— Mary Oliver, Blue Pastures (via litverve)
 bibliolectors:


It’s time to collect the flowerbooks from the tree / Es hora de recoger las florelibros del árbol (ilustración de Miles Hyman)

bibliolectors:

It’s time to collect the flowerbooks from the tree / Es hora de recoger las florelibros del árbol (ilustración de Miles Hyman)
Where are the graces of my soul? Where are the sentiments of my heart? What have you done, O father, what have you done, with the garden that should have bloomed once, in this great wilderness here!
Hard Times, Charles Dickens (via optimistsdaughter)
 bibliolectors:

Curiosity reader /Curiosidad lectora (ilustración de Alessandro Gottardo)

bibliolectors:

Curiosity reader /Curiosidad lectora (ilustración de Alessandro Gottardo)

betterbooktitles:

someecards:

These #DadBookTitles Would Make The Perfect Father’s Day Gift If They Existed http://some.ly/1pIwgDU 

I helped make these #DadBookTitles at Someecards. You should write some of your own for Father’s Day!

 vintageanchorbooks:

“It’s really a wonder that I haven’t dropped all my ideals, because they seem so absurd and impossible to carry out. Yet I keep them, because in spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart.” 
-Anne Frank was born today in 1929. Her diary, written during her family’s two years of hiding in the Nazi-occupied Netherlands, is a thoughtful, moving, and often amusing account that offers a fascinating commentary on human courage and frailty.

vintageanchorbooks:

“It’s really a wonder that I haven’t dropped all my ideals, because they seem so absurd and impossible to carry out. Yet I keep them, because in spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart.” 

-Anne Frank was born today in 1929. Her diary, written during her family’s two years of hiding in the Nazi-occupied Netherlands, is a thoughtful, moving, and often amusing account that offers a fascinating commentary on human courage and frailty.

 ilovereadingandwriting:

book hangover (via Pinterest)

ilovereadingandwriting:

book hangover (via Pinterest)

 arielbooks:

@ Ariel Paddington, Sydney

arielbooks:

@ Ariel Paddington, Sydney

(Source: arielbooks.com.au)

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aaknopf:

unknownamericans:

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Photo: Ivara Esege

I left Nigeria to go to university in the United States [when] I was 19. My American roommate was shocked by me. She asked where I had learned to speak English so well, and was confused when I said that Nigeria happened to have English as its official language. She…

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie shares her Unknown Americans story.