Monday, July 9, 2012

SummerQuest 14

Today, your quest is more creative. Create a piece of book art or book sculpture. Your challenge is to anonymously leave your creation at your favorite library. You do not have to stick to the public libraries! Yes, this was inspired by the mysterious book sculptures left in libraries around Edinburgh. Go ahead. Google it. Then post us a hint where you left it. (Please do not use a library book!)


  1. This one is going to be fun. Bought a book from Friends of the Library and started working on mine today.

    1. Oooh, very cool. I selfishly hope you leave it at Flowing Wells, because I'm sure it will be awesome!


  2. Yeah I'll be leaving it at Flowing Wells ;) But won't say when because I want to show it to a few people when I'm done that don't go to my favorite library.

  3. Shell - I left mine were the wells are flowing, look for the big yellow flower where the books of holding are kept next to a living plant in a big red pot.

  4. Shell, we are looking for it as I type! I will share once we find it. Thanks so much for unlocking the next piece of the picture -- we're on the home stretch!


    1. Wow, you really outdid yourself with this one. In fact, it was SO cool that when Debbie found it (before hearing about the SummerQuest clue), she put it in lost and found because she was sure whoever left it there would want it back!

      Did you already take pictures for your blog? I don't think one picture can do it justice -- every page is a work of art!

      We're leaving it out for a little while so anyone who wants to admire it can do so.

      Thanks for brightening our day!

  5. Aww I'm glad everyone likes it and that your leaving it out for others to see but I forgot to take pictures of it. I'll have to bring the camera with me tomorrow and do so.


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