The Traveling Bookbox Show
An unusual touring exhibition of book-themed shadowboxes.
“I cannot remember the books I've read any more than the meals I have eaten; even so, they have made me.”
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
by Rohinton Mistry
This book describes chaos: individual, historical, universal. Yet even...
by Ann Patchett
The passion and drama of an opera, combined with the stillness of a st...
by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Although the book is a brilliant stream-of-consciousness journey for R...
by J.K. Rowling
My daughter approves! And under her close scrutiny, I'll be adding man...
by Nell Stroud
Nell was the first person I knew personally who wrote a book, about th...
by Yann Martel
Along with Thor Heyedahl's Kontiki, The Life of Pi reaffirms my determ...
by Kazuo Ishiguro
Kathy in her boarding school dormitory, dancing alone to her favourit...
by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Most happily I recreated the Insomnia Plague of Macondo, which causes ...
by Patrick Süskind
The story of a 18th Century French murderer, a hideous tick on the bod...
by Astrid Lindgren
Pippi, beyond her braids, mismatched socks and flair for the outrageou...
by Douglas Adams
"I wondered if it were beyond the realms of possibility to have a Sper...
by C. S. Lewis
This is the first book where I got absolutely transported to a new rea...
by Oliver Sacks
When I awoke from a three day coma in 1993, I had complete amnesia. I ...
by Raymond Briggs
Commissioned for a lucky little French boy (who'd just been given red ...
by Judith Kerr
Ah, I miss England, where such things are possible.
by Milan Kundera
I've tried to capture Tomas and Tereza's last evening of life in a hot...
by Harper Lee
“...you never really know a man until you stand in his shoes and wal...
by Beryl Markham
I loved this autobiography by British-born Kenyan aviator, racehorse-t...