In which Sam starts out serious then slowly descends into goofing off, but can you blame her? She just finished law school!
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so we'll let the covers do the talking today! One caveat: this is a JUDGMENT-FREE ZONE. I promise not to judge you, if you promise not to judge me :-)
As always, thanks to The Broke and Bookish for this fabulous feature!
10. Nick Bantock, Sabine's Notebook. The entire trilogy is a delight, but it was the art on the second book I found most enchanting.
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7. Katherine Ashe, How to Marry a Highlander.*
. . . REMEMBER HOW WE TALKED ABOUT NOT JUDGING.
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6. Chris Van Allsburg, Jumanji. Or, you know, literally any page from any book by Chris Van Allsburg.
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I'm also noticing I tend to go back to children's books for beautiful art . . . anyone else in the same boat?
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Hmm . . . let's see how I manage in corporate America! :-(
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Happy Tuesday, readers! Thanks for stopping by!
*All jokes aside (especially the joke about wanting to frame the cover) I've actually read (and enjoyed) How to Marry a Highlander. I highly recommend it for an otherwise tedious activity, e.g. sitting at the DMV.