Friday, June 28, 2013

In the Library Bag

The library bag is somewhat manageable this week.  Finishing everything before the looming due dates almost seems possible!
...and on Kindle via the library's Overdrive connection

All the Summer Girls by Meg Donohue
The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat by Edward Kelsey Moore

And for anyone wondering what my library looks like, here it is!


Nan said...

That is a beautiful library! Oh my gosh, it is huge. I think I'd spend all day there.
I can quite easily control myself in a bookstore because there is money involved :<) but in a library, either for real or downloadable books, I am utterly hopeless and helpless. I always come home with way more than I'll ever read. I've been telling myself I should go in, get one book, read it, bring it back, and start again. Probably won't though.

Marcia said...

I love our library building, Nan. It's a Henry Hobson Richardson (Trinity Church in Copley Square, Boston) building; and in addition to books, it's full of history. I worked in the Children's Room in the early 1960s for $.10 an hour!

It sounds like we could never go to a library together because we might never be seen again! I go every Tuesday, and my library bag is always filled to overflowing. Can't help myself. Then when I go to the Boston Public Library website to download books, I just can't stop clicking!

Les said...

What a beautiful library. I love that it looks like a church rather than something modern-looking like so many of our new libraries in Lincoln.

I rarely ever visit our libraries, as I have far too many unread books in this house of mine! But when I do go, I have a difficult time selecting just one or two. I usually bring an armload home and watch them as they collect dust. :)