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Books I've Read: A Bibliophile's Journal

by Deborah Needleman

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0770433847, Hardcover)

For avid readers who see books as a vital part of their lives and homes, this beautifully illustrated reading journal is a decorative object in itself. Whether you read print books, ebooks, or a bit of both, Books I've Read will serve as a tangible keepsake of your reading experiences. The journal features an elegant three-piece case and is filled with Virginia Johnson's full-color illustrations of impressive home libraries and cozy reading corners from Deborah Needleman's home décor guide The Perfectly Imperfect Home. It also contains recommended reading lists from a variety of reputable sources (Pulitzer Prize, Man Booker, and National Book Award winners, Modern Library's 100 Best Novels, BBC's Best Novels, etc.), as well as prompts for making your own lists (Most Beautiful Books, Books I've Given as Gifts, Books I Loved as a Child).

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