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Books in the Wild – Indoor Edition

September 28, 2012

As I write this the temperature is slowly rising from the 35 degrees it was early this morning, and it’s time to admit that my outdoor reading will shortly be moving indoors for this year. To help adjust to the changing seasons it seems like a good time to share some of the pictures we’ve collected of some amazing indoor places to read.

Do you have a favorite place, in your home or somewhere else, where you like to curl up with a book? Please share your pictures with us!

Who wouldn’t want to cuddle up and read in this “book pagoda”?

 
 If you’re lucky enough to live in a warmer climate this could be the reading spot for you.

Here you’ll never have to worry about running out of books.

The appropriately named NOOK, just perfect.

A beautiful view, inside and out.

What better way to insure sweet dreams than a bed made of books?

Thanks for joining us today at RAoR, please send your pictures of your favorite places to read to RandomActsofReading@gmail.com  you may see them in a future Books in the Wild post. You can view some of our past Books in the Wild posts here and here.

As always please share your thoughts in our comments section.

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. September 28, 2012 9:42 am

    I want to LIVE in that nook!

  2. September 28, 2012 8:18 pm

    OMG I love that window seat surrounded by books with a tree outside. Heaven!

  3. September 28, 2012 9:44 pm

    Love the book pagoda! And is that a cup of tea on the arm of that comfy chair? Perfect! Just how I like to read.

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