teachingliteracy:

For Shelfie Sunday, a little Grimm’s Fairy Tales, a little Peter Pan, a little Jane Austen.  Happy reading! :-)
(thanks, whimsical pattern!)

teachingliteracy:

For Shelfie Sunday, a little Grimm’s Fairy Tales, a little Peter Pan, a little Jane Austen.  Happy reading! :-)

(thanks, whimsical pattern!)

 coffee-and-wood:


pronunciation | nats-ka-‘shE (nahtzkah-SHEE)Japanese | 懐かしいtip | The final pronunciation doesn’t really have an “oo” sound in it.

I love Japanese<3

coffee-and-wood:

pronunciation | nats-ka-‘shE (nahtzkah-SHEE)
Japanese | 懐かしい
tip | The final pronunciation doesn’t really have an “oo” sound in it.

I love Japanese<3

 bibliofk:
The whole culture is telling you to hurry, while the art tells you to take your time. Always listen to the art.
— Junot Díaz (via kamara)
 art-centric:

Edouard Vuillard - At Clayes, Geranium on a Table in front of the Window

art-centric:

Edouard Vuillard - At Clayes, Geranium on a Table in front of the Window

The reason we struggle with insecurity is because we compare our behind-the-scenes with everyone else’s highlight reel.
— Steven Furtick (via nathanielstuart)
 smithsonianlibraries:

French artist Gustave Doyen certainly captured what ever kitteh lover has been put through—too much cute to keep reading. Exhibited in the Salon de Paris, his work here, “The Interrupted Reading” is included in the book The Salon: a collection of the choicest paintings recently executed by distinguished European artists by Prof. Charles Carroll (1881).

smithsonianlibraries:

French artist Gustave Doyen certainly captured what ever kitteh lover has been put through—too much cute to keep reading. Exhibited in the Salon de Paris, his work here, “The Interrupted Reading” is included in the book The Salon: a collection of the choicest paintings recently executed by distinguished European artists by Prof. Charles Carroll (1881).

 jamesvbrownlibrary:

AGREED!!! READ MORE BOOKS!

jamesvbrownlibrary:

AGREED!!! READ MORE BOOKS!

 poboh:

Blumenstilleben mit Buch, Kruchen Medard. Germany (1877 - 1957)

poboh:

Blumenstilleben mit Buch, Kruchen Medard. Germany (1877 - 1957)

A book is a device to ignite the imagination.

Alan Bennett, The Uncommon Reader

Book Geek Quote #560

(via bookgeekconfessions)

 

(Source: bohemianhomes)

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 stevenstevenmark:

Sally Storch

stevenstevenmark:

Sally Storch

 

(Source: homedsgn.com)

 coffee-is-better-than-a-hug:

dance dance dance by Liis Klammer on Flickr.