I've been slacking in the old decorating department (never my strong suit). I think I had my Historical Reads display up for
*hides face in shame* a few months.
So, in honor of National Poetry Month, my BFF came up with this great idea, which I promptly "stole with permission".
The banner reads "April is National Poetry Month" and it was a pain to make. I used the Ellison to cut letters and Publisher to create patterned triangles. Unfortunately, the backs of the triangles are book pages ripped from a book that happened to feature at least one curse work per page. Not that I think anyone is going to read the back of my banner-but just in case, I sat with a pencil and scribbled out the dirty words like a boss.
The books on display are flagged with charming bookmarks I whipped up.
I made a hasty bibliography featuring novels written in verse. Hopefully some patrons will check 'em out. In the meantime, I'm reading a bunch of them myself.
Here are a few I really liked, so far: