Don’t drool on the library books….

… it makes the other patrons squeamish.

My wonderful BH went to the SUNY Oswego library and fetched home some wonderful books about the Revolution that I need for the research I’m doing this month. I am foaming at the mouth with excitement about these books. This is a short entry because I am diving into the pages.

The US Postal Service noticed children’s literature. Yay!

15 Replies to “Don’t drool on the library books….”

  1. Thanks for the stamp link! I’ll need to get some.

    –Deb (formerly of The Space-Crime Continuum Bookstore in Northampton, MA)

    P.S. I’ve really enjoyed your books, both in the reading and in the years of selling them.

  2. Thanks for the stamp link! I’ll need to get some.

    –Deb (formerly of The Space-Crime Continuum Bookstore in Northampton, MA)

    P.S. I’ve really enjoyed your books, both in the reading and in the years of selling them.

  3. Thanks for the stamp link! I’ll need to get some.

    –Deb (formerly of The Space-Crime Continuum Bookstore in Northampton, MA)

    P.S. I’ve really enjoyed your books, both in the reading and in the years of selling them.

    1. I just weeded a chewed book – the corners were missing from the last 50 pages. One expects some chew-age on board books and dog training books, but this was a 200-page biography of Rosa Parks. Go figure.

  4. I just weeded a chewed book – the corners were missing from the last 50 pages. One expects some chew-age on board books and dog training books, but this was a 200-page biography of Rosa Parks. Go figure.

  5. I just weeded a chewed book – the corners were missing from the last 50 pages. One expects some chew-age on board books and dog training books, but this was a 200-page biography of Rosa Parks. Go figure.

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