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Books in the Wild

July 27, 2012

A little bit of bookish fun for your Friday, with our latest installment of Books in the Wild. If you missed last month’s post click here for more fun!

It’s summertime and we all hope to have extra time to read, sometimes we find our books in unusual places, and sometimes we find lovely places to read those special books.

Books can “float your boat” or float to you in a boat.

If you’re very patient, sometimes the books come to you.

Books lead us to new adventures.

And if you have to wait for the bus and you forgot to bring a book, your worries are over!

And then there are books that are for reading and seating.

Thanks for joining us for another Books in the Wild post, hope you enjoyed these shots and if you see books in the wild where you are please share them with us randomactsofreading@gmail.com 

Don’t forget to share your thoughts in our comments section.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. July 27, 2012 11:41 pm

    I’ve said before that I want to drive the bookmobile at some point in my life, but perhaps what I really want is to ride the biblioburro. That is amazing! But the stairs are a fantastic idea as well. Thanks for the cheerful post!

  2. Lynn Jarrett permalink
    July 30, 2012 3:20 pm

    I had not seen last month’s post, so I looked at it first. Both are excellent posts. I really liked the idea of sharing books on the beach and at the bus stop. I have tons of books and could easily line them up a wall. Hmmm, if I took time away from reading, I could possibly do it. Thank you for the nice posts.

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