1. penguinteen:

    The evolution of a Penguin Teen book tree! Happy almost Christmas, everybody!

  2. chicagopubliclibrary:

Holiday Book Tree At The Keele University Library

BOOK TREE.

    chicagopubliclibrary:

    Holiday Book Tree At The Keele University Library

    BOOK TREE.

  3. thepinakes:

The greatest (and by that I mean largest) of all the Christmas Book Trees, at the University of San Francisco’s Gleeson Library. It is assembled almost entirely with the green-spined National Union Catalog, a bound book catalog that is a relic of librarianship past.
Their 2012 version took 1,500 books, weighs a staggering 4,000 pounds, and is over nine feet tall. It stands beside USF’s Cable Car Book Cart.
Photo by Gleeson Library’s Head of Access Services (and all-around awesome guy), @shawncalhoun.

    thepinakes:

    The greatest (and by that I mean largest) of all the Christmas Book Trees, at the University of San Francisco’s Gleeson Library. It is assembled almost entirely with the green-spined National Union Catalog, a bound book catalog that is a relic of librarianship past.

    Their 2012 version took 1,500 books, weighs a staggering 4,000 pounds, and is over nine feet tall. It stands beside USF’s Cable Car Book Cart.

    Photo by Gleeson Library’s Head of Access Services (and all-around awesome guy), @shawncalhoun.

  4. IT’S TIME. IT’S BOOK TREE SEASON AGAIN.

    IT’S TIME. IT’S BOOK TREE SEASON AGAIN.

    (Source: fr0m-death-to-destiny)

  5. thelibrarianontherun:

How to Make Your Own Book Christmas Tree - with instructions and videos!
The page is in Polish (where they made the tree) - so you may have to have the webpage translated!

Book trees exist across the world!

    thelibrarianontherun:

    How to Make Your Own Book Christmas Tree - with instructions and videos!

    The page is in Polish (where they made the tree) - so you may have to have the webpage translated!

    Book trees exist across the world!

  6. Book trees abound this time of year on Tumblr. What is your library doing for the holiday season?

    Book trees abound this time of year on Tumblr. What is your library doing for the holiday season?