The Power of Books

I may have to drive up to Minneapolis sometime soon and check out Open Book.  If it is powerful enough to revitalize a neighborhood all on its own, it seems worth making a literary pilgrimage for.

 

By the way, I got tagged again by chartroose to write 6 Random Things about myself.  You can check out her list here.  And you can check out my post on that meme here. 

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5 Responses to “The Power of Books”

  1. chartroose Says:

    Hi Devourer!

    I’ve tagged you for a meme. It’s kind of a “welcome to the Kool Kids” gift from me (because I’m the Koolest of the Kool Kids) ( : I hope you enjoy doing it!

  2. Devourer of Books Says:

    I’m so excited to be one of the Kool Kids! Although, perhaps I’m cooler than you guys, ’cause i did this challenge a week or so ago. I’ll be checking out your blog now, though!

  3. Literate Housewife Says:

    That sounds like a nice vacation spot for me to go to by myself someday… I can dream, right?

  4. Devourer of Books Says:

    Maybe we could get a book blogger brigade tour together and go. And we could blog live FROM Open Book.

  5. Alea Says:

    Open Book is awesome! They have a great gift shop, where you can actually sell your handmade books, zines etc. I once took a class in bookbinding and they have a cute little cafe and that’s just the ground level! I’ve forgotten what’s upstairs. About half a block over is the great comic book store, Big Brain Comics if that’s your thing! It’s a fun area for sure.

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