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Infographic – The 16 Best Science Fiction Books of All Time December 26, 2019 – Posted in: Content, infographics

To celebrate upcoming  Science Fiction Day on January 2, 2020, the folks at Global English Editing have created an infographic featuring their picks for the 16 best science fiction books of all time. “If you’re fascinated by the unknown and by the possibilities of what science can bring in the future, you probably would be – or already are – a fan of science fiction. And that’s why National Science Fiction Day is the perfect…

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Trouble in the Land of Little Free Libraries December 22, 2019 – Posted in: Content, Libraries, Library Architecture

                     Todd Bol, the founder of Little Free Library, died in 2018. (Jim Mone/AP) The Washington Post is reporting on a feud in the Little Free Library world between the founder’s younger brother Tony and the Little Free Library nonprofit that Todd Bol co-founded. In early 2019, Tony Bol started Share With Others, a for-profit company that sells wooden boxes with a storage area for books.…

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Literature + Comics = December 20, 2019 – Posted in: Comics / Cartoons, Content, Illustration

Classic Comics No. 1. The Three Musketeers, 1941. Cover art by Malcolm Kildale For almost 30 years Classic Comics brought the hi-spots of literature to our nations youth via the comic book. First published in 1941 the series changed hands a few times, beginning as Classic Comics and ending as Classics Illustrated in 1969.   Classic Comics No. 26: Frankenstein December, 1945. Cover art by Robert Webb and Ann Brewster Over 150 issues were published…

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Library de Kimpel January 15, 2019 – Posted in: Content, Interior Design, Libraries, Library Architecture, public libraries

Belgium’s Library de Kimpel is the latest library featured at arch daily. Designed by Adem Architecten  the new library was part of a master plan that included turning the existing library into offices and an exhibition center and the construction of a new youth center. The project was completed in 2015. The interior of the library is designed and organized around 5 subject areas: Music, Literature and Poetry, Lifestyle and Sport, Art and Architecture and…

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