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Travel Between The Pages · 6h ago

The Dutch Are Religious About Libraries

A few years ago, a disused 15th century church in Zwolle, Netherlands was transformed into...
Travel Between The Pages · 1d ago

Bowie : Station to Station

This week, New York City transit riders have been lining up to purchase special edition Da...
Travel Between The Pages · 2d ago

Tales of Good and Evil

I have long been aware that Edward Gorey designed and illustrated his own books, but I was surprised to discover that he worked as a book designer for Doubleday Publishing throughout the 1950s. While employed by Doubleday, Gorey created more … Contin...
Travel Between The Pages · 3d ago

Difficult Times

Travel Between The Pages · 4d ago

Back to Back

The antiquarian book above is actually two volumes in one. This rare style of binding is usually referred to as dos-a-dos, from the French “back to back”. As the term suggests, these books share the same back cover. Books bound in … Continue reading ...
Travel Between The Pages · 5d ago

Freedom to Read

During National Library Week, the American Library Association released its annual Top Ten List of Frequently Challenged Books . American libraries continue to face challenges—including the potential for censorship—to a variety of books, programs and...
Travel Between The Pages · 6d ago

My First Memory of Librarians

A last tribute to libraries and librarians for National Library Week from the brilliant Ni...
Travel Between The Pages · 1w ago

Back to Middle Earth

For readers like me, there is very exciting news about the upcoming publication of a “new”...
Travel Between The Pages · 1W ago

Pity the Nation

April is National Poetry Month in the United States. I can think of no one better than Ame...
Travel Between The Pages · 1W ago

Maps Telling Stories

I have always believed that every map tells a story. When it come to exploring a geographi...