5 Books From My Childhood That Still Make Me Cry

5 Books From My Childhood That Still Make Me Cry

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When I remember my mother reading these stories to me or paging through them under the covers in the dark with my tiny reading light, it brings a tear to my eye. Okay, maybe several tears. Alright, alright, maybe I completely break down from the overwhelming nostalgia. We should all take a look back at the five books that stole our hearts as kids.   1. Corduroy by Don Freeman     Image Via Amazon     The story of a teddy bear named Corduroy who lives in a department store and is missing a button. The missing button stops …

This Artist Turned Old Books Into Whimsical Papercraft

This Artist Turned Old Books Into Whimsical Papercraft

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We’ve all been there, folks: after a good room cleaning and rearranging we stumble across all the books we’ve left behind that we no longer desire. Whether a school book or one of leisure, it’s not that we didn’t enjoy them, they’re just sort of…collecting dust now.    Donating them, selling them, or giving them away to a friend is always nice, but sometimes letting go of them is just a drag. It’s like you’re insulting them! Yes, I know books are inanimate objects, but I refuse to see them as such because what if they could gain another life? They …