I meant to do this earlier this week, but I found that on days when I have to earn table money, I can’t get any blogging done. the 2 hour trip home involves traffic on 5 highways and I am pretty wasted when I get here. Energy is all.
regarding the Caption Contest announced August 14th.
These are our entries:
From Rob @ aridium books : Fear of death increases in proportion to weight of fallen stacks.
From John Fox : Why I hated books as a child.
From Jim Freiberg: Light Reading – I Think Not
From Joan White @ White Unicorn : Damn! Another Heavy Required Reading List!
From Peter Traulsen: That darn cat!
From Jennifer Gustafson: Another case of information overload
From Lee Kirk @ The Prints & The Paper: A Little Knowledge Can Be a Dangerous Thing
From David Lanning : . . . and all I wanted was a little light reading
From Barb Radisavljevic : Buried in Books
From Kyle Conner : Heavy reading won’t stop me.
From Bill Horne: Throw out your penny books!? Throw out your penny books! Ouch!
From Laura Smith: Spare the books, spoil the child!
From Rock @ Back Creek Books: The ugly incident made Cupid ever wary of future missions involving booksellers.
From Jerry Blaz: I hope I didn’t lose my place.
From Virginia Turnbull: A babe in the words….
From Carol Delle : Alice In Bookland
From Bev Burelle: Why Johnny can’t breathe.
From Charlene Matthews: I swallowed a magnet
From Teri Lynn
• That’s not what I meant by saying that books make an impression on children
• That playpen needs to go on the recall list
• And secondly, I continue with my argument for the greater use of E-Books
• Perhaps the library should switch to E-Books
From Beatrice Baldwin
• Old books never die, only cherubs do.
• Books are warmer than Grandma’s quilt.
• Sleeping with books brings sweet dreams.
From Peter Cromwell:
• OK, maybe there IS such a thing as too many books!
• Knowledge is indeed a weighty thing.
• Hey, I found the diapers, now where’s the kid?
• I knew I should have started my summer reading sooner.
• HOMEWORK SUCKS!
From: Aimee England @ Volume One Books
• Bury yourself in a good book
• Booksellers get buried in their work are always buried in their work
• Buried in Books
• Voracious Volumes Vindicated!
• Book of Love Buries Cupid
• Be an angel and turn the page, willya?
• Booklovers Revolt
• Books are for Lovers
• Big Books have more impact
• Books leave a big impact
• Die Cupid! Die!
• Good Books can Be Dangerous
the winner is:
From Dr. Iccapot: Mega biblion mega kakon which is from Callimachus meaning “Big book, big harm.”
Thank you to everyone who entered.