Sapien Bookcase Designed by Bruno Rainaldi When he designed his Sapien Bookcase (2003), he created a unique solution for those with a lot of books and little space to store them. By holding texts horizontally in a vertical stack, the tall Sapien can accommodate up to 70 small and large books in a very compact footprint. When fully loaded, the bookcase virtu¬ally disappears behind the books. All-metal construction and a heavy, weighted base ensure the design’s strength and stability.
"When a young girl mysteriously disappears, Police Sergeant Howie travels to a remote Scottish island to investigate. But this pastoral community, led by the strange Lord Summerisle, is not what it seems." Find THE WICKER MAN in our catalog: http://highlandpark.bibliocommons.com/item/show/1359994035_the_wicker_man
ANDRE PETTERSON 11/07/2011 · Art 'The photograph captures a moment,' says Andre Petterson . But as befits a mixed media artist, he goes a step further: 'What interests me with these works, Which are photo based, is to capture a moment in painting.' Works from the Netherlands on a new work, he uses photographic basics and breathed this life afterwards.His photos seem to use in their original form as frozen. But by the subsequent application of paint, sprayed or dripped, this results in ...
The Best Illustrations from 150 Years of Alice in Wonderland
This novel is gracefully written. There are parts of the book that are scary in a more real world sense: her father leaving her and her mother and her best friend's mother having depression as well as other things that mirror in a way the fantasy: searching in the forest for her best friend who has been taken by the Snow Queen. A great read but perhaps a preview before handing it off to the young reader in the house.