Seeing things differently

Sometimes we can become blind to things around us.  Sometimes we don’t even see them. We use them everyday and lose awareness of them, they fade into the background. We take them for granted.

But once in while the veil is lifted and we look with different eyes, from a different angle, or  actually stop and look. If you are a reader you probably love books. The feel, the cover art, the paper texture, the print.

But a book is a book.

Or so you think.

The artist Su Blackwell does extraordinary things with books. She uses them to make creations. How wonderful is this?

See more about her here

by Guest Blogger M.O.M.

About mylibrarycardworeout

Teen books normally get reviewed by adults. Isn't it time that a teen reviewed some for other teens? Feel free to contact me over anything, I am open for discussions so don't be shy to email questions or comments. Contact me at mylibrarycardworeoutATgmailDOTcom (replace AT and DOT with symbol) AlSO FIND ME ON... You can also find me on... GoodReads (under MyLibraryCardWoreOut) LibraryThing (under MyLibraryCardWoreOut) Instagram (mylibrarycardworeout) Google ( Pinterest ( Twitter (@mlcwo) Facebook (My Library Card Wore Out)
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