Every house has a bookcase says Douglas Stewart, principal of Douglas Stewart Fine Books in Armadale Melbourne, and should have rare, special, meaningful books
Dependent on age, 6pm August 16, 2016, is one day this year you can pledge an hour to read a book to a child or with a child, reading aloud aids their literacy
Christmas is a time for surprises and I love the anticipation, preparation and wrapping the gifts as much as making the choices, matching the gift to the person
The Constant Reader Bookshop in Sydney offers a perfect setting for purchasing gifts that delight, motivate, inspire, enhance and challenge their recipients
Being a bibliophile is not only about heartbreak, but also happiness too and spending a rainy day reading in bed or on the sofa is certainly my idea of luxury
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife. Unless, of course, he’s gay or already has a girlfriend. And what if he is neck deep in twice weekly psychoanalysis and entirely unfit for public interaction….
Isabel Burton, Aimee Dubucq de Rivery, Jane Digby, and Isabelle Eberhardt pursued an Eastern Star to follow their passion for romance or, making the best of it
I would ride through storm and tempest to attend performances played by such cellists as Steven Isserlis and Peter Wispelway or Luke Sulic and Stjepan Hauser
A book for everyone for Christmas is surely the way to go. And, if you read it aloud to children you can be sure that you are providing many benefits, including sharing the joy around.
Professor Bruce Boucher’s scholarly and accessible work, Andrea Palladio, The Architect in his Time was first published in 1994 in a ‘user friendly version’…to fit comfortably into a suitcase or backpack for a quick trip to Vicenza, the scene of many of Palladio’s triumphant works in architecture. Don’t know about…