This PDF lists a variety of popularly used Latin Abreviatons.
The American Bookbinders Museum began as the private collection of equipment and publications held by Taurus Bookbinding of San Francisco. In 2006, the collection outgrew the modest bindery and so the museum was created and was moved to a new location that allows the public to view the collection. Admission to the museum is free, however an appointment is needed. Please email or phone the museum to make a reservation to see the collection.
Are you looking for a good book? Have a good book to recommend? Consider joining goodreads where you can:
* Get great book recommendations from people you know.
* Keep track of what you’ve read and what you’d like to read.
* Form a book club, answer book trivia, collect your favorite quotes.
Any Mark Twain fan will want to check out the online Mark Twain resources from the Gutenberg project.
This might be fun for a new readers, but I would definitely turn down the sound before beginning!
Joel Birenbaum runs this site that is hosted by the Lewis Carroll Society of North America. They state:
Welcome to the Lewis Carroll home page, which is hosted by the Lewis Carroll Society of North America. We hope to provide useful information for the Carroll enthusiast as well as the novice and all those in between. Cyberspace seems a suitable home for information regarding a man who didn’t want his true identity linked to his best work. I was told to mention that he wrote Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
What follows is a guide to Lewis Carroll resources and documents on-line and in print.
Here is an interesting list of books compiled by the Champaign Public Library Children’s Service. Why 110? They are celebrating 110 years of Children’s Services that started at their library in 1899! Congratulations!
What is Litscape?
Litscape.com provides free access to great works of classic literature. These works are presented in a friendly format for your reading pleasure. All works are indexed by title, first line, last line, and moral (for fables).
Read Frankenstein by Mary Shelly online.