Friday Links: Summer, Bookshelves for the Nursery, Books to Read in Your 20s…

Well, it looks like summer’s here and ready to stick around for a while. It’s already icky humid, and I’m realizing hot yoga in the mornings may be too unbearable soon. With the change of seasons comes a change of routines. One of my favorite summer routines is getting off at 12:45 for summer Fridays!

This week’s bookish links:

I wrote about how to arrange a baby’s bookcase here. And here are some unique bookshelves for the nursery.  

I only have a few more months left of my 20s, so I better get reading. Buzzfeed put together this list of 65 books you need to read in your 20s. I’ve only read 13 on the list (some of them are favorites). How about you? And I’d like to see another list of books you need to read in your 30s, since I have more time to conquer that. 

Super jealous of blogger Morgan who is taking a trip to this magical book townHay_on_Wye

20 most beautiful libraries on film and TV:  tumblr_lqrzw3Kp7U1qc5t2qo1_500

Happy long weekend!

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6 thoughts on “Friday Links: Summer, Bookshelves for the Nursery, Books to Read in Your 20s…

  1. Lists that dictate what you should or should not do during x-decade are just designed to make people feel as if they are lacking, so I wouldn’t sweat this (or any other) one.

  2. I’ve only read 8! And while I do agree sometimes with the comment above, I do love that this one provided me with my next few books!

  3. I love the pics that go along with the required summer reading. I have read every book on that list but one (“On The Road”, which I just purchased a copy of at the library book sale). I am currently reading a compilation of great short stories and am currently reading one by an absolute favorite of mine, Graham Greene. “Under The Garden”, which I read some years ago, is probably my favorite short story of all time.

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