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M.L.S.: Melanie's Library Shop
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Dewey Decimal Classification for Literature & Rhetoric. Includes writing, poetry, drama, novels, literary theory & criticism, and Shakespeare.

Also check out the 000s for library-related merchandise, and the 700s for art for book lovers!

Victor Hugo's Cosette 1862

Victor Hugo's Cosette 1862
Victor Hugo's Cosette from the original publication of Les Miserables (1862).

Victor Hugo's Cosette 1862

Victor Hugo's Cosette 1862
Victor Hugo's Cosette from the original publication of Les Miserables (1862).

Victor Hugo's Cosette 1862

Victor Hugo's Cosette 1862
Victor Hugo's Cosette from the original publication of Les Miserables (1862).

Louisa May Alcott

Louisa May Alcott
Louisa May Alcott, the author of "Little Women" and several other novels involving the March family, as depicted in a 19th century engraving. The perfect gift for an Alcott fan (or your professor who

Master of My Fate

Master of My Fate
"I am the master of my fate, the captain of my soul." Walt Whitman

Suddenly, Madly Alice

Suddenly, Madly Alice
Suddenly, Madly Alice--Everybody's mad about Alice...really, they're all crazy in Wonderland!

"The Secret Garden" by Frances Hodgson Burnett
"The Secret Garden" by Frances Hodgson Burnett. A fantastic story of a lonely young girl, an ill boy, a fey young man, and a secret garden.

Raggedy Ann & Andy

Raggedy Ann & Andy
Raggedy Ann & Andy have been part of childhood for over 100 years. Recapture your childhood, or share memories with a new generation!

Walt Whitman

Walt Whitman
Walt Whitman, iconic American poet of the 19th century.

Alice & the White Rabbit

Alice & the White Rabbit
"I'm late, I'm late!" Who doesn't remember Disney's animated Alice in Wonderland, based on the novel of Lewis Carroll? Here is Alice's first meeting with the White Rabbit from an early edition of the

The Hound of the Baskervilles

The Hound of the Baskervilles
The Hound of the Baskervilles illustration by Paget--Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson investigate a ghostly hound with their usual aplomb.

POMO

POMO
POMO (Made you look!) No, it does not say "porno"; it says POMO, for post-modernism in literature.

"A book! A book! My kingdom for a book!"
"A book! A book! My kingdom for a book!" Paraphrasing Shakespeare (I think).

I don't bite...unless you ask nicely!

I don't bite...unless you ask nicely!
I don't bite...unless you ask nicely! (My bark is actually much worse than my bite.) Have fun with the doubletakes you'll get as this message sinks in!

R.I.P.--Read In Peace

R.I.P.--Read In Peace
R.I.P.--Read In Peace. Resting in peace is fine, but reading in peace is even better!

Buying books would be a good thing...

Buying books would be a good thing...
Buying books would be a good thing if one could only buy the time to read them in... Arthur Schopenhauer.

Romance readers are hot (between the covers)

Romance readers are hot (between the covers)
Romance readers are hot (between the covers)! Read romances to put some spice in your life and some fun in your day.

You're almost as good-looking as you think you are

Books are Weapons

Books are Weapons
Books are Weapons (especially LOTR & GWTW). If you've seen the size of Lord of the Rings (LOTR) or Gone With the Wind (GWTW) lately, you know they can do some severe damage if used to attack or defend

Bored Certified

Practice Safe Sex--Read a Romance!

Practice Safe Sex--Read a Romance!
Practice Safe Sex--Read a Romance!

If you don't read romance, don't criticize my read

If you don't read romance, don't criticize my read
"If *you* don't read romance, don't criticize *my* reading choice." You don't know what you're missing if you don't read romance (and no I don't mean sex...necessarily...). Some of the "classic" autho

Turn Up the Heat--Read Romances!

Turn Up the Heat--Read Romances!
Romance readers can really turn up the heat! If you've never read a romance, you just don't know what you're missing. Read romances!

Books, books, books! That's all you people ever ta

Books, books, books! That's all you people ever ta
Books, books, books! That's all you people ever talk are books! (Yes, librarians tend to love books, but we are more than one-dimensional--not that anyone would ever guess since all they ask us about

The books that have become classics... by T.B. Ald

The books that have become classics... by T.B. Ald
The books that have become classics... by T.B. Aldrich

"Books are like imprisoned souls till someone take
"Books are like imprisoned souls till someone takes them down from a shelf and frees them." by Samuel Butler

"All books are divisible into two classes: the boo
"All books are divisible into two classes: the books of the hour, and the books of all time." by John Ruskin

"The books we think we ought to read are poky, dul
"The books we think we ought to read are poky, dull and dry..." by Carolyn Wells.

Books follow morals, and not morals books.

Books follow morals, and not morals books.
"Books follow morals, and not morals books." You get out of a book what you put into it, so don't blame the author for what you find therein.

Books are never far from a scholar's hands, just a

Books are never far from a scholar's hands, just a
Books are never far from a scholar's hands, just as songs are never far from a singer's lips. --Chinese Proverb

Books, books, books! That's all you people ever ta

Books, books, books! That's all you people ever ta
Books, books, books! That's all you people ever talk are books! (Yes, librarians tend to love books, but we are more than one-dimensional--not that anyone would ever guess since all they ask us about

Have you hugged a book today?

Have you hugged a book today?
Have you hugged a book today? You should!


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