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Helena. Girl in her(roaring)thirties; half spanish, half greek. Jazz, silent cinema and and lover, dreaming with a modern flapper´s world. Sometimes, my posts have been written both in English...

Davy Crockett's Almanack of Mystery, Adventure and The Wild West: Forgotten Books: Flash Casey 519, Sam Spade 230 -or- "Silent Are the Dead" by George Harmon Coxe

When reading a book, people sometime grab the closest thing at hand to use as a bookmark. It can be a valentine, a postcard, a photograph, a razor blade, or an advertisement for a 'complete anatomical manikin.' Michael Popek presents these lost items in 'Forgotten Bookmarks' and allows them to tell their own mysterious, humorous, and somewhat haunting stories.

from Giggles Galore

Modern and Colorful Decoupaged Books

I have a huge pile of old books that have been collecting dust in the back corner of my craft closet for years now.  I’m breathing new life into those forgotten books and creating modern and colorful decoupaged books for my office. I used to pick up old books for a quarter every time I …

from Buzzle

The Most Engrossing Classics That Every Book Lover Should Read

Classic Books Everyone Should Read- start collecting to fill up the shelves and have around the house for a the kids to read one day too.

Most people have forgotten John O’Hara and this book by extension, one of his finest novels. Description from mattforney.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

from BuzzFeed Community

Community Post: 5 Fake Pulp Fiction Novels I Wish Were Real

Buy some new books (or maybe wrap a few of the old ones sitting on your book shelf that the kids have forgotten about) and each day leading up to Christmas open one up and snuggle on the couch with the kiddos and read a book before bed!