Thursday, December 4, 2014

BOOK TREE




At our local HALF PRICE BOOKS (my favorite bookstore ever---if only they could load my NOOK).  The spines are ever-so-delicately silvered to obscure writing, but the contents are unmarred and as ready for reading as ever.   I found it charming and clever, and quite the best use of remainders outside donation to a hospital ward, nursing home or shelter.

A Christmas Tree and BOOKS, all at once---what a splendid combination.   I hope your days and nights are filled with every wonderful you hope for and enjoy this blessed season.   

Linking today to Beverly's PINK SATURDAY.

7 comments:

GSL said...

I love book stores and a clever idea for a Christmas tree that needn't water or to go back into the attic.
I hope the Christmas holidays are shaping up well for you Rachel !

Kathy said...

How very clever. I work in a library and think this would be perfect for us.

Chesapeake said...

My favorite book store started this last year, and just tonight posted that the tree of books, minus ornaments, will be raffled off in January!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

I love it!

steelersandstartrek said...

What a great idea! And me, being a closet 12 year old, would be dying to TOUCH it..... just a bit. You know, to see if it is stable or not.....

Joyous holiday season to Rachel, to her kith and kin, and to her readers. You all make this life more enjoyable.

Beverly said...

I am so in love with that book tree. It doesn't get much better than that, does it?

Come link with us for Pink Saturday.♥

Jeanne said...

Rachel dear, I have now caught up with your wonderful posts and commented on them as well. This Thanksgiving time has been so crazy because we had so many here for my sister's husband's memorial the day after. We were stacking people up like cord wood. It was all wonderful and sad at the same time. The memorial was the most beautiful service I have seen in a while. A blessing of many family members we would not have seen otherwise, was a very special time.

Now to the point of my visit about your post. The tree of books was so clever and precious. A most clever idea indeed.

Stay warm and have a wonderful week.
Love, Jeanne