Coffee table: The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu by Joshua Hammer. Nonfiction isn’t really my thing but this is really interesting.
On the balcony: I Thee Wed by Celeste Bradley. This book is way better than the title suggests. Clever, well-written, interesting characters.
I love this story from Beth Bernstein about the return of the brooch – especially because it features so many of my favorite Instagrammers.
Charity Book Shop Receives So Many Fifty Shades of Grey Copies They Decide to Build a Fort. Because why not?
Have you seen Misty Copeland posing as Degas paintings? It’s amazing.
Mark My Words: The Subversive History of Women Using Thread as Ink.
Rare Globes From the 1600s Are Being Digitized So You Can Spin Them Online. How cool is this?
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