Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Notes in the Margin

Have you seen this book at the library? It's called S. by Doug Dorst and J. J. Abrams. It's a story told through the notes in the margins and additional pieces found in the book. There are postcards, fake letters, printouts, napkins and other random items.  It's a fun idea of expanding the story for the reader and it got a lot of the staff talking.  Do you write notes in the margins of your books? Do you highlight or underline passages to share later?  What would it be like to share a book by writing notes back and forth?



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