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The Litographs Bookshelf

april 2016 Edition

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This month we’re launching five amazing new Litographs designs, which you can explore below.

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Cat's Cradle

kurt vonnegut

Ice-nine could be the end for all of us in a truly Vonnegut examination of humankind, technology, and choices.

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Persuasion

jane austen

A dormant love is given the chance to reignite after a reversal of fortunes. Will Anne and Wentworth take a chance?

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From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler

E.L. Konigsburg

Claudia and Jamie are on a mission to find out more about a mysterious statue. They'd do well to consult Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler.

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Henry V

William shakespeare

King Henry V has just succeeded his father when he decides to march on France.

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The Torah

A new design for the Old Testament.

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Shakespeare's 400th

This month marks the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death. Though there is no record of the exact date, it is commonly celebrated on April 23rd.

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Top 5 Literary Links

The Best in Lit This Month

1.

Old Books Become 3D Art | Mental Floss

2.

The English Teacher Who Changed My Life | LitHub

3.

10 Must-Read Books for April | Flavorwire

4.

The Most Dangerous Writing App | LitReactor

5.

Virgina Woolf's Advice on How to Read a Book | Open Culture

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“All things are ready if our minds be so.”

— William Shakespeare

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