Tiny Bookshopping

I have posted before about my love of tiny bookshops and I have a new one to share today!

Last week I went to visit my Uncle and found this lovely little book shed outside a church.  It was dark and we were too incompetent to be able to turn the light on but this is exactly why we have torches on our phones!

I spent a very happy time rummaging through the boxes and shelves – which were beautifully organised and far more user friendly than many I have seen.  Of course, I couldn’t leave without actually buying a book so I bought three (because why not?) and marched happily along the road clutching them to me.

As I said, it was dark!

I was very pleased with my selection too – Mother Goose illustrated by Arthur Rackam, a copy of Dorothy L Sayers’ Unnatural Death to replace my falling apart copy and a signed(!) copy of Emotionally Weird by Kate Atkinson.  I just read my first Atkinson – Transcription – and I loved it so I am very excited to have another to read!

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