Category Archives: Book of the Week

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Book Infographics: This Book is About Books

You know the expression you are what you eat? Well, Jessica Royals’s wonderful book, This is About Books, makes us believe that we are what we read. Through beautifully designed infographics, Jessica reflects on the books she has read and how they’ve impacted her life. This “personal bibliography” organizes the books in a meaningful manner and, [...]

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Book Round-Up: A Walk in the Forest

Fall is approaching, which makes us think of falling leaves, woods, and just getting back to nature in general. In honor of the changing season, here’s a round-up of some of our favorite forest photos from great Blurb books. First, a shot of what, to us here in the U.S., is a classic fall scene [...]

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Book of the Week: The Best of Ginny

How do you get to be an Instagram star? If you’re Chelsea Hope, you couple an adorable Jack Russell Terrier named Ginny (that’s ginny_jrt on Instagram), with a sharp photographic eye for the canine personality. But an eye for cuteness isn’t the only key to success, Chelsea really engages her community, faithfully responding to the comments [...]

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Book of the Week: The Fry Street Neighborhood 1977-1986

Recently, we came across a Blurb book that combines great photography and smart layout with painstaking research. The Fry Street Neighborhood 1977-1986, by Alec Williams and Leslie Couture is a compelling, atmospheric look back at a unique time and place, the late 70s and early 80s in a bohemian neighborhood in Denton, Texas. We were [...]

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