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Coffee + Book = Happiness

so true! excuse me while I go make myself a cup of hot chocolate/tea and get my book ;

A book a day keeps reality away

And the words flew off the page like butterflies, flitting into her soul and swirling in her stomach. But she had never seen a butterfly before. through that book. did life become infinitely more beautiful.

Mmm yes please

Yes! Cold night, large sweater, warm tea, good book, soft socks & a box of chocolate.

"Some books you read. Some books you enjoy. But some books just swallow you up, heart and soul." ♡ This is so the Outlander series !

is it written on toilet paper?

Book lovers quote "I love rainy days with a blanket and a cup of tea and a book". Change the tea to coffee lol

I want this for my book nook!

"Fill your house with stacks of books, in all the crannies and all the nooks" -Dr.Seuss for the reading nook

The National Reading Campaign "reading matters": You can borrow a book but you got to keep the ideas. As a librarian-to-be, I love this so much.

Reading is good for your mind.

I love this picture.this is how books feed your brain! I think the brain should actually be a heart, though, because we all know they feed both!


so true! i love it when i get lost in the world of books! - "Books build a stairway to your imagination.

Oh yes, lol!! Not that I ever do this, mind you. ;-) (Okay, I'll come clean, I just did this two days ago! lol!!)

Going to bookstores. *Trust me, I'm the worst when I go into a bookstore. NOT a shoe store. But a BOOKSTORE.

You other readers can't deny. When I walk into a library...

I like big books and I can not lie, those other brothers can't deny. When a student walks in with a smiling face and a big book in their face I get sprung, 'cause we like 'em long.

The story of my life / "Ela lê livros , tanto quanto alguém respira; tudo isso para preenchê-la e mantê-la viva." Annie Dillard  - A história da minha vida

"She reads books as one would breathe air, to fill up and live" Annie Dillard ~ via Carnegie-Stout Public Library