If you have shelves of books at home, author Jessica Norrie suggests lots of creative and fun ideas to do with them in her Bookplay blog post.
Still determinedly sticking to the positives about this p**ndemic, the creativity it’s brought out in some people is amazing. Have you seen the tableaux of famous art made in response to the Getty Art Museum Challenge? And last week this clever storytelling game appeared online (read the titles on the spines in order). If anyone can tell me which clever librarians created this, I’ll happily credit them.
Of course I rushed off to see what I could come up with. I found myself immediately in sinister realms – by the way it helps if you add punctuation:
Missing, presumed a matter for the jury, invisible women vanish in an instant. Snap!
Some titles are easier to play with than others. Anything with that begins with “The” is tricky, but Invisible Women could have made multiple contributions, and I’m keeping an eye open for titles to go with, well, Keeping…
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