I have a bunch of old vintage books and continue to acquire more. One of my plans when starting this blog was to do a post every now and then sharing one of my cherished, vintage books. I thought there might be other book bloggers out there with some vintage books, heirlooms, or maybe some old books from childhood that they might want to share.
This meme titled ‘Shabby Sunday’ is for those who would like to participate and share some of their old vintage books. Do you have some shabby books you’d like to share? If so, please feel free to participate as anyone can join. Feel free to use my meme image if you’d like. If you decide to do this meme, please consider linking back to me in this post so that I can see the book you’re sharing.
Last time I shared:
The Indian in the Cupboard by Lynne Reid Banks
Today’s Shabby Share:
Old Peter’s Russian Tales by Arthur RansomeContinue reading “Shabby Sunday: Old Peter’s Russian Tales by Arthur Ransome 1916 (1967) #VintageBooks #ShabbySunday #OldPetersRussianTales #ChildrensBooks”
Here’s what I’m starting today: a collection of folk and fairy tales. It’s super wintry here. We’re still in a winter storm warning. It’s the perfect day for reading. ❤️
Blurb: A shape-shifting spirit haunts a family in England during the depths of winter.
A woman must locate a snowflake for a magical trickster to save her frozen true love.
A witch knocks upon a young man’s door to take his life on Christmas day.
A small boy meets a faerie housed within a snow drop.