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The never ending story

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This is heaven! #books #bookshop

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What’s your favourite bookshop? 

Are books your bag? The biggest-ever promotion of books and bookshops is back for round two. Books Are My Bag 2014 launches Thursday 9th October with Big Bookshop Parties on Saturday 11th October.

We’re putting bookshops in the spotlight – celebrating them, visiting them and shouting about them. 

Throughout October we’re asking you to share your favourite bookshop via Twitter with #ThisBookshop 

Let us know what your favourite bookshop is, by tweeting or sharing a photo of you in your favourite bookshop or with your Books Are My Bag tote using #ThisBookshop

Books Are My Bag will also be picking a winner at random to anyone using the hashtag #ThisBookshop giving away a hefty amount of book tokens to spend in your favourite bookshop.

See you on Twitter!

Now I have to pick, and it might be impossible. 

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Urban Sketching - Bookshop

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think of color |

Saraiva Bookstore in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil by Studio Arthur Casas

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Clapham Books, SW4. Freshly moved into new digs, CB, the big sister to Herne Hill Books is nicely filling its glorious niche of hand picked new titles again. I love the shelving mascots and can’t wait to go back at the end of the summer when the new shop front is done. http://www.claphambooks.com

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Library Mural. Created on seven walls of Ustroń Public Library, Poland, and taking over 500 square meters, the mural shows the interiors of the Trinity College Library in Dublin.

(Source: ebookfriendly.com)

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Art of the Book | Some elegantly handled page layouts and typography.

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Marcus Campbell Art Books, SE1. A hop skip and a jump from the Tate Modern lies a gorgeous modernist bookshop with vintage and rare art and design titles to suit all pockets. It’s a very pretty modernist emporium suiting its stock down to the ground! They have a deserved very strong pedigree for launch events. Peruse their webpage for more details; http://www.marcuscampbell.co.uk/

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