Libraries are wonderful places, so it’s no wonder these animals wanted to get in on the action. Maybe they wanted to finally find out why everyone loves Good Omens so much, or maybe they needed to make email accounts. Maybe it was just for the AC. We wouldn’t judge. Whatever their interest in the library was, these. animals. are. VALID.
Get this woman a library card. Though, she may be too tall and her horns too wide to get through the door, she’s a book lover in her heart, so bring them out to her if you have to. With all that lavender around her and the perfect photo lighting she’s looking good! What a friend.
These kits were actually born in the walls of the library and had to be gently extracted, but they don’t mind. They were just itching to start reading their first book anyway. Talk about goals! Their mom sure knows what’s up giving birth to them so close to all that knowledge. If she has any questions, she can just find them within the books of their local library.
Sure, he may have taken a detour into this tree, but it’s just outside the library. He’s doing his best people. Plus, this is a good place to perch and consider the last book he finished. Taking his time. We should all support him.
Racoons, a bear, and a moose, oh my! It seems like libraries are bringing more than just human beings together. Peace, unity, and books for all!
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On US World Book Day, we take a look back at the the UK and Ireland’s World Book Day costumes in March of this year.
Today, families in England, Ireland, and Wales are celebrating World Book Day (which, ironically, is not a worldwide holiday). Young readers are dressing up as their favorite characters from a delightful variety of children’s books, sharing, spreading, and thoroughly enjoying a love of reading!
Take a look at the best costumes from all over the web:
1. addie the Jampire
From the picture book Jampires, written by David O’Connel and illustrated by Sarah McIntyre.
Have you had a long day? You want to lose yourself in your favorite book, but your brain is fried and your eyes are tired. Well, fear not. Cheer yourself up with these nine book-loving doggos and their lovely literary costumes.
1. Snow White.
I lived the third year of my life as Snow White. I had the costume, a house-shaped play tent erected in the living room, all of of my teddies arranged inside it in place of the forest animals. I made my father play the roles of all seven dwarves and the wicked queen. What I’m trying to say is I was very cute, but still not as cute as this girl.
Image Via Costumes for Dogs
I know everyone remains sick to the back teeth of Frozen and all it entails, but even the fact that ‘Let It Go’ has been stuck in my head for four years nonstop can’t stop me from loving this lil lady in her Elsa costume.
Image Via Pinterest
3. Captain America
Image Via FanBoy.com
I don’t know much about comic books, but I’ll tell ya this much, I like this super boy a lot.
4. Harry Potter
Image Via Evil Beet Gossip
One million points to Gryffindor for cuteness and nobility.
5. The Wizard of Oz
Image Via D for Dogs
Tag yourself, I’m Dogothy’s ruby paw slippers.
6. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Image Via Pinterest
The experiments have gone very wrong in Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory.
7. Peter Pan
Image Via Oh My Disney
This Peter Pan pup is so handsome and also looks like he could definitely defeat many pirates.
Image Via Daily Record
Slightly grainy photo but I couldn’t leave out this fabulous three-headed doggo, no doubt wonderful at guarding third floor corridors but also at cuddles.