Top Ten Cool Bookish Links

Tuesday, July 10, 2012


This week's Top Ten from The Broke and the Bookish is a freebie, so I’m doing the Top Ten Bookish Links to cool stuff that I’ve come across lately.







7) A Literary Map of the USA and of Great Britain




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14 comments:

Kat @ NoPageLeftBehind said...

Yay, I love links! I'm thinking that I need to take one of the "Road Trips for Readers" and that "Book Sale Finder" will get heavy usage.

Gina @ Hott Books said...

These are terrific!! Thanks!

lostinagreatbook.com said...

What a great list - thanks for the tips!

Patricia said...

I think I just fell in love with you. Definitely with this list, that much is for sure. :O

Patricia // My Post

Melissa (Avid Reader) said...

Kat - I use both of those all the time!

Patricia - :) So many great bookish resources out there!

Claudia said...

I love the instructions for making an artistic book cover. Thank you for the links!

Brenna said...

Road trips for readers?! No way! Thanks for sharing :) Great list.

Nikki Steele @ bookpairing.com said...

What a great mix of links. Will echo everybody else -- the road trips for readers looks great! Will definitely use their Steinbeck/Cannery Row one.

Melissa (Avid Reader) said...

Good, I'm so glad some of the links are useful!

Mandy said...

Awesome list! I'm going to spend a whooooole ton of time on the Roadtrips site, the Pinterest listings and the books to read to your kids post (which is what my Top Ten post was about today). Thank you!

Angela said...

Thank you so much for sharing this fantastic list!

Trish said...

I love that map! Especially as it highlights Cormac McCarthy for Texas and he happens to be one of my favorites.

Need to check out list of books for kids before they turn 10! I noticed the other day at the bookstore a 1000 books kids must read. Didn't take the time to browse through it, though.

Kristi said...

I love these links. I would love to have had a book baby shower. I pinned that one because I will definitely try to throw one for a friend the next chance I get.

It was so fun looking through that list of books to read to kids. Some were nostalgic, and others were ones I'd love to buy so my kids and I can discover them for the first time together.

Melissa (Avid Reader) said...

Mandy - Isn't that site awesome! I check it out every time I road trip anywhere.

Angela - Enjoy!

Trish - I've had my eye out for kids' books list for awhile because my 6-year-old nephew is a reader!

Kristi - I haven't had kids yet, so both the book baby shower and list of kids books are on my radar!