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readaroundtherosie:

books-and-cookies:

Guys, guys….but what if we could actually afford ALL THE BOOKS?

we’d all be incredibly happy for the rest of our lives

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kissabookworm:

The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons

kissabookworm:

The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons

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teachingliteracy:

Venmys Pieaug Library by Karbo

teachingliteracy:

Venmys Pieaug Library by Karbo

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booksandpublishing:

Life Tips.

booksandpublishing:

Life Tips.

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Reading stays with you until the very end- after Narnia is gone, Lord Voldemort is dead and Alice is awake.

 - Anonymous  (via vasudhab)
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cutehappysweets:

Me in the library

cutehappysweets:

Me in the library

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books-and-cookies:

at-the-turning-of-a-page:

books-and-cookies:

at-the-turning-of-a-page:

Because of where my shelves are in my room they don’t get hardly any natural light so it’s impossible to take great pictures to post like the ones i see on here.

But I try

I feel this on a spiritual level.

The struggle is real lol

Yes. A thousand times yes.

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tranceofreading:

I honestly don’t think people understand. I don’t just “like” books. Books are much more than that. Books are gateways into other places, other worlds, other universes entirely. Books are a way to escape. They’re a way to experience and learn, to discover and unravel. They aren’t just something you pick up and then are done with. They are something that sticks with you for a lifetime, changes who you are, gives many of us a reason to live. 

When someone says they “like” books, you have to ask yourself. Do they like books? Or do they have a personal library the size of a house? 

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