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Bookish Gift Idea #7: Retro reading posters
We’ve already looked at some
posters to encourage kids to read, but what about adults? Take a peek at these amazing vintage-y reading posters. There’s the “Be Kind to Books Club” poster above, as well as several reminding you to read each month, like this one for March:
How great would these look over your desk–or in your library, should you be so lucky? Available—along with other historical reading posters—at
Art.com. And check back every day in December for another bookish gift idea from FWR!
Celeste Ng grew up in Shaker Heights, OH, and has an MFA from the University of Michigan. Nowadays she lives in Cambridge, MA, where you’ll often find her at
Darwin’s working on her current projects: her first novel and a collection of short stories. She also teaches fiction at Grub Street, a non-profit writing center in Boston, and blogs for the Huffington Post. Her stories and essays have appeared in various literary journals, including , One Story , Crazyhorse , Alaska Quarterly Review Apostrophecast, , TriQuarterly , and the Subtropics Kenyon Review Online, and she is the recipient of a Pushcart Prize. If you haven’t yet read them, Celeste highly recommends The God of Small Things, by Arundhati Roy; The Sound and the Fury, by William Faulkner; and The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison. Visit her author website at celesteng.com.
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