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This blog is run by Maggie and Taylor, two impressively dorky, book-obsessed girls who drool over gorgeous libraries and journals.

We post bookish pictures that we fall in love with and reviews of books we read.

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lovegoodslibrary:

This is my to-be-read pile to show you guys that I’m okay. I’ll find a way to hang around and annoy you for a long time.

lovegoodslibrary:

This is my to-be-read pile to show you guys that I’m okay. I’ll find a way to hang around and annoy you for a long time.

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societyofwolves:

Story Time

societyofwolves:

Story Time

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eligy:

Recent purchase; look at my new gorgeous books | Part V

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ifreakinlovebooks:

YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME! How do you even lose a freaking package!!! Ughhh!

boooo! no amazon no!

ifreakinlovebooks:

YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME! How do you even lose a freaking package!!! Ughhh!

boooo! no amazon no!



nowonderwhywewonder:

Agatha Christie à Paris, 1906. | via Tumblr on We Heart It.

nowonderwhywewonder:

Agatha Christie à Paris, 1906. | via Tumblr on We Heart It.

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ameliahb:

Reading in bed.

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katzemithut:
Coralie Bickford Smith

katzemithut:

Coralie Bickford Smith

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aseaofquotes:

Philip Roth, American Pastoral

aseaofquotes:

Philip Roth, American Pastoral

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dougfirsandgreentea:
I like her active expression, relaxed carefree pose, and flowy summery clothes. I encountered many iconic works and household-name artists at the National Gallery of Art. But “The Reading Girl” was one of my very favorites, though it was far from the crowded main floor and I know very little about the artist (Pietro Magni, who apparently was from Milan and sculpted her in the 1860s).

dougfirsandgreentea:

I like her active expression, relaxed carefree pose, and flowy summery clothes. I encountered many iconic works and household-name artists at the National Gallery of Art. But “The Reading Girl” was one of my very favorites, though it was far from the crowded main floor and I know very little about the artist (Pietro Magni, who apparently was from Milan and sculpted her in the 1860s).

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