Slightly Ignorant's Bookish Place
"Reading Place" by  erix!

"Reading Place" by  erix!

adventuresonpaper:

Wow, 5000 followers! thank you so much! This giveaway is to say thanks for following me and putting up with my shenanigans. Featuring some of my favourite YA books!

Guidelines:

  • The giveaway will run until May 16th 2014
  • You must be following me
  • You may like or reblog this post to enter
  • A winner will be chosen on the closing day (above). Keep your askbox open! If the winner does not reply within 24 hrs, I will choose a new winner. 
  • International! I will be ordering through the book depository 
  • The winner will choose two of the above books as their prize (in paperback format)
  • please do not spam your followers by reblogging multiple times at once

good luck!

I FIXED THE TYPO GUYS REBLOG THIS ONE 


by saramargaridacunha:
happy world book day!

This is so pretty ^_^.

by saramargaridacunha:

happy world book day!

This is so pretty ^_^.

If I awaken, you’ll be gone.
SIX WORDS (4/24/14)
Bird book! 

Bird book! 

Feline-friendly bookcase. I APPROVE.

Feline-friendly bookcase. I APPROVE.

-Catrin Welz-Stein

-Catrin Welz-Stein

Oh my god. This is brilliant. Also relevant (final paper time).

Oh my god. This is brilliant. Also relevant (final paper time).

nataliezutter:

Unreasonably excited about this picture book that’s now out. #fuckyeahsloths

Sloth book. Brilliant.

nataliezutter:

Unreasonably excited about this picture book that’s now out. #fuckyeahsloths

Sloth book. Brilliant.

thepianofarm:

Don’t we all. Seen at Powell’s on Burnside. Portland.

thepianofarm:

Don’t we all. Seen at Powell’s on Burnside. Portland.

Books in the kitchen? Count me in.

Books in the kitchen? Count me in.

Books we wouldn’t have without Shakespeare
Young Woman Reading
Jean Honoré Fragonard (French, Grasse 1732–1806 Paris)

Young Woman Reading

Jean Honoré Fragonard (French, Grasse 1732–1806 Paris)

wordpainting:

Gertrude Stein at home writing.

wordpainting:

Gertrude Stein at home writing.

That child looks eerily like what I used to look like.

That child looks eerily like what I used to look like.