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Bodleian Library Silk Chiffon Scarf
This artful silk chiffon scarf features a montage of Victorian and Edwardian girls’ books with enchanting period titles ("Queen of the Dormitory," "The Girl of One Hundred Dresses" and more), collated by the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
"WHERE IS THE LIBRARY?" Language Pencils
This set of five No. 2 pencils is imprinted with the all-important query,”WHERE IS THE LIBRARY?” in five different languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian and German. The text is engraved, not printed, on the pencils. Made in the U.S.A.
County Library: We Want One Paperweight
This handsome glass paperweight reproduces a 1928 photograph now in the collection of the Library of Congress. The photo captures the longing (and firm demand) of a rural community for a permanent library, and memorializes early bookmobiles and their mission to provide for them.
Classic Books Wrapping Paper
Printed in rich colors and detailed with metallic gold ink accents, the design incorporates beautifully bound antique book spines; acid free and therefore also suitable for bookbinding, scrapbooking, and other creative projects. Imported from Italy.
Booklover's Cocktail Napkins
Designed with book clubs in mind, but also the perfect gift for any bibliophile, teacher, or librarian. Packaged with 25 or 100 or 250 napkins.
Canterbury Cathedral Silk Chiffon Scarf
The flower motifs on this beautiful scarf are taken from 14th-century medieval French Lady's Book of Hours, housed in the Canterbury Cathedral Library. The colors are bright and clear but because the scarf is chiffon, have a certain transparency.
Renaissance Manuscript Silk Chiffon Scarf
Blossoms cover the central area of the scarf; on each end is a wide border of flowers, buds, leaves, and berries, in saturated shades of blue, pink, and green.
Booklover's Holiday Cards
Wish “Season’s Greetings” with this holiday card showcasing an historic poster created for a WPA Library Project, circa 1936-40. The words and image express the happiest of thoughts: A Year of Good Reading Ahead. Ten cards and envelopes. Blank inside.