[JHRB News] Our New Catalog: BOOKIN'! -Unusual, Unruly & Self-Important Books & Ephemera
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Tue Oct 15 09:57:21 EDT 2013
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The Book Elves are pleased to announce the start of a new catalog series,
'Bookin'!, featuring the unusual, the unruly, and the self-important,
selected to represent a variety of topics and interests.
We first published our Bookin! series in the late 1990s, and the Book
Elves (ever-ready to find a new excuse to get some overtime) have been
lobbying for its return since at least 3:30 pm yesterday. Since the
new(ish) .pdf format allows us to set wild our most self-indulgent
production fantasies at little or no expense I naturally said, No, of
course not!, and then they went ahead and did it anyway.
enjoy, and join the Book Elves as they sing their theme song:
Books are Good!
Books are Nice!
Books are Often
Food for Mice!
Chaos, panic & disorder. My work here is done.
Have fun with our new catalog, which can be viewed
or downloaded as a .pdf file here ->
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