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roxannedelrosario:

Fisher Fine Arts Library at the University of Pennsylvania

roxannedelrosario:

Fisher Fine Arts Library at the University of Pennsylvania

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thelifeguardlibrarian:

Truly, a library alive.

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2 years ago | 341 notes.
cjwho:

Firewood Library by Li Xiaodong ~ http://bit.ly/nIJnAr

cjwho:

Firewood Library by Li Xiaodong ~ http://bit.ly/nIJnAr

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2 years ago | 5,961 notes.
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Nov 13 2011
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Study in library! - Old Spice styled video

2 years ago | 7 notes.
"A library is like an island in the middle of a vast sea of ignorance, particularly if the library is very tall and the surrounding area has been flooded."
Lemony Snicket (via prettybooks)

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2 years ago | 1,207 notes.
gorillavideos:

Apámék egyik szobája! Ezért nincsenek jó könyvtáras sztoriaim az egyetemi évekből.

gorillavideos:

Apámék egyik szobája! Ezért nincsenek jó könyvtáras sztoriaim az egyetemi évekből.

2 years ago | 86 notes.
appletreedays:

Has to be done folks!

appletreedays:

Has to be done folks!

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2 years ago | 54 notes.

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betweensiamesecities:

thetemperamentalgoat:

Austrian National Library (Österreichische Nationalbibliothek)

I want to live there. Please.

Places like these are reasons to live.

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youknowyoureabookloverwhen:

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heavyheartedlove:

bookriot:

How To Spot A Reader

1.) They know more than you do… about everything.
2.) They often use words that you secretly have to look up later.
3.) They have magical cards that get them books for free.
4.) They speak the names of people whom you’ve never met; who live in different countries, who lived in other centuries.
5.) Their purse/bag/briefcase is always a bit heavier than yours (which you later find out is equivalent to the weight of a book).
6.) They know the endings to many of the newest movies before they’ve even seen them.
7.) They give you a sympathetic smile when you mention that the last book you read was two summers ago…  and it had a half naked man (or woman) on the front.
8.) Their bookshelves are covered in books instead of pictures of them.
9.) They have bookshelves.
10.) They do things that you wouldn’t do, such as reading lists about how to spot a reader.

heavyheartedlove:

bookriot:

How To Spot A Reader

1.) They know more than you do… about everything.

2.) They often use words that you secretly have to look up later.

3.) They have magical cards that get them books for free.

4.) They speak the names of people whom you’ve never met; who live in different countries, who lived in other centuries.

5.) Their purse/bag/briefcase is always a bit heavier than yours (which you later find out is equivalent to the weight of a book).

6.) They know the endings to many of the newest movies before they’ve even seen them.

7.) They give you a sympathetic smile when you mention that the last book you read was two summers ago…  and it had a half naked man (or woman) on the front.

8.) Their bookshelves are covered in books instead of pictures of them.

9.) They have bookshelves.

10.) They do things that you wouldn’t do, such as reading lists about how to spot a reader.

(via heavysky)

2 years ago | 66 notes.
"A library is infinity under a roof."
Gail Carson Levine (via libraryland)
2 years ago | 530 notes.