How To Keep A Collection Of New Books In Your Home

You wouldn’t believe the joy this simple craft gives you.

The most important things in life are free, and these are two of the most popular forms of entertainment available to humanity. It’s safe to say that we can’t always appreciate the value of books if we have to watch people read them on the television screen, so why not try this one? Get books on the shelf, stack them up on your bookshelf, and then give them a quick spin on your bookshelf vacuum to get them off and get some air.

The best part? You can do it in your own spare time, or at least in an area you won’t mind the neighbors checking out. In a way, you can do what most of the people who read in libraries do, only with your bookshelves instead of books, and maybe get noticed a little more.

There are all sorts of good reasons to clean bookshelves and books, especially in a non-lifestyle and/or non-literary context. These include cleaning space, adding a bit of aesthetic to a room, keeping a book collection in your home, and more. So if you’re a reader, this one is a no-brainer.

I have collected books in various formats over the years, for all sorts of reasons. Bookshelves were the best way to organize them, of course, but there is also a little bit of collectability in the books themselves, some of which is lost in the act of putting them together. I would say that collecting (of any kind) has always been an important part of my life. There have been some wonderful discoveries along the way. My parents read to me as a child, and when I was in highschool, we often drove to a used bookshop to buy our favorite books. I have also always loved vintage and old books which have served as a source of inspiration, entertainment, and comfort. I think it would be hard to deny the positive effects that reading has had on me as well. So this is a project that I have been working on for quite awhile. I am a librarian, a mom, and a writer, and I get to share this thing now with all of you. I am making books! And I am doing it with my bookshelves! It has been an interesting journey to get to this point, and I think you will love all the fun and excitement that goes into this project.

Here are the things that I need…

There are a variety of books on their way to me, all types of books. It will take a few days, but I am working my way through the books on my shelves. So far, about half of them are being sent back to the sender. (I think I need to start thinking about a way to send back books, though…)

I don’t really have a system set up for the books when I find them. But in addition to the following books, I have included some of my favorite books, mostly from the last decade, and some from the last couple months.

Here are some things I would like you to know: (1) These books have already been read (or read and loved) by me. (2) I cannot guarantee that these books are in 100% condition yet.

Let’s take a look at how to clean things in your own home. (I am doing all of this on a flat surface that has vacuum and bookshelf attachment.) First, I would suggest that you put your books on top of a book shelf (some people get books on the top or bottom, but I really prefer the book shelf option.