Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Stay-at-home shelfie #39 (sort of)

Another "not actually a shelf." On the floor between two bookshelves, there's a vertically stacked pile of books1 that I call "To Be Blogged." Books just sit there awaiting their possible futures as Papergreat posts. I scooted them all out for a moment and posed them side-by-side, as properly "shelved" volumes, for this photo. I won't go into detail about any of them, because I don't want to spoil future posts. (And in most cases I haven't started the online research.) Fun trivia: Two of these have been in the pile since the very beginning of Papergreat.

I have so many future posts to do! Here are the other topics on which I've promised posts just during this series:

  • Dangerous Island
  • Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle books
  • Various books with Robin Jacques illustrations
  • Non-fiction children's books by Maud and Miska Petersham
  • My grandmother's house in Rose Valley
  • Edna Albert's book, Little Pilgrim to Penn's Woods
  • Bryan Walsh's End Times
  • Ruth M. Arthur and her juvenile fiction
  • The folklore books of Geoffrey Palmer and Noel Lloyd
  • 1975's The People's Almanac
  • My grandfather in The 84th Infantry Division in The Battle of Germany

1. "Symmetrical book stacking. Just like the Philadelphia mass turbulence of 1947."

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