What's the most interesting thing you've ever found in a book?

Tuesday, 18 December 2012

'The secret contents of secondhand books'.  One bookshop has collected some of the odd, intriguing personal treasures left within the pages of 'pre-loved' volumes - Wayne Gooderham.
Secondhand book inserts flowers 
Visiting Skoob Books warehouse in Oxford, the 'Wall of Found' revealed many items which have been discovered inside second hand books.  These range from pressed flowers, bookmarks, postcards to photos of loved ones, tickets, stamps and a telegraph.  A very interesting collection and this article provides access to the collection we wouldn't ordinarily have.  Enjoy; feel free to comment and share your best finds.

Posted by Sally Peat at 11:39  

1 comments:

When I was of elementary school age, I found a dried four-leaf clover in a library book. It was the only one I ever found.

Anonymous said...
19 December 2012 at 19:25  

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