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April 22, 2010

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Darby Lohrding

Sounds like an awesome book.....I like her multi approach to "paper"....the making of/discovery of and the transition from telling to reading a story. I will be checking out this book!
Thanks Jen for the info!
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Martha

The reason why I may never fully embrace e-books is their lack of paper. I love the experience of reading, holding a book, and turning the pages. I could wax poetic about not just reading but, the process of reading.

So, a work about paper and it's part in the making of books sounds amazing to me. I can't wait to read this book.

bermudaonion (Kathy)

Great post! I love paper too and buy pretty paper just for fun!

Lisa

Interesting--I never really thought about how the story itself might have changed when it could finally be committed to paper.

Melwyk

This sounds amazing! I'm putting it at the top of the TBR, it matches my interests so well. And the author sounds very intriguing.

Melissa C

I put this one in my TBR pile after S. Krishna posted about it on her blog this week! Can't wait to read this one especially after this post!

Beth Hoffman

I really enjoyed this post! All my life I've been intrigued by the art of papermaking. This book is going on my TBR list.

Book Club Girl

Thanks everyone for your comments - and I agree, there is something fascinating about making paper - now I want get all crafty and do it myself!

Esme

I just met her today at the LA Book Festival and I cannot wait to read this book.

Serena

I just loved this book!

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