Wednesday, 15 January 2020
The concept became popular on Reddit, with the r/booknooks subreddit going from zero to 7,900 members in just two days. The website defines book nooks as "mini worlds created within your bookshelf", usually as a diorama of an alley. The idea seems to have originated in 2018 from a Japanese artist called Monde. They created a "back alley bookshelf" made to fit alongside paperback books. The tweet has been liked 179k times since.
BBC (pictured, Alby Martin's booknook)
Monday, 13 January 2020
Thursday, 9 January 2020
Recreate the charm of a backstreet bookshop that you might discover in any quaint village or town with this LEGO® Creator Expert collectors’ toy. The 3-storey bookshop and adjoining modular town house building is filled with fun building techniques and surprising details, including a display window, reading nook and an open-out design.
Wednesday, 4 December 2019
Wednesday, 20 November 2019
Monday, 11 November 2019
The British Library is giving its online shop a new look and as part of the reorganisation my latest book Edward Lear and the Pussycat: Famous Writers and Their Pets is now available for a limited time only for a mere £5, a whopping 50% off. Click here to avail yourself of the offer.
Children can get books from suitable position easily by rotating bookshelf. The inside of the bookshelf is made of recycled waste bicycle rubber tyres to fix books of different sizes and to ensure the books do not fall out when rotated.