My favorite bookstore in Chicago. Myoptic Books ❤️
My reading corner feat my antique books
Gaius Julius Caesar Commentarii, 1548. Started up an online bookshop recently, and this was one of the oldest books I had before I sold it a couple weeks back
New stack old books
How many books on average do you buy every month?
I just love the illustrations of Harry Potter’s book 1 and 2. What a masterpiece! I can’t wait to get my hands on books 3 and 4 in this collection!
All of My books
Can’t see the bottom because the couch is in the way, but I love my books!
A small portion of my books and my favorite chair to curl up in
Any love for RPG books?
“Give me books, French wine, fruit, fine weather and a little music played out of doors by somebody I do not know.”
This Children’s books I found.
Bear Pond Books, Montpelier, VT. Creaking floors, sagging shelves, and a rolling ladder across the back wall
My copy of Fahrenheit 451 was one of the only books that survived the house fire today
My favorite Christian books.
My husband admiring his collection of approximately 1,300 books.
The books start coming and they never stop coming.
The books start comin’ and they don’t stop comin’
A true horror story. The hostess at work has been using some 100 y/o books to prop up her tablet.
My bookshelves are getting a bit too small for my beloved books, but looking at it always makes me feel very happy.
John K. King Used and Rare Books, Detroit, Michigan. Four floors of this. [OC]
My granny used to own an antiques shop, she couldn’t bear to sell these books. Most are from one person and mainly made 1860-1910, I think the oldest one it’s around 1830.
We’re still unboxing books 😁
Another one of these adorable little books!
This is the beginning of my library. I still have several more boxes of books to put up, and just bought two more bookshelves to put all of them on.