When it comes down to a desperate moment, would you be willing to sacrifice the readability of your books in order to build a shelter? What classic tomes would form the strongest foundation for an igloo of literature anyway?
I like seeing a bookcase with room to expand because goodness knows there is no stopping the juggernaut that is my book-buying habit.
This must be in a place with a seriously dry climate. No outdoor books in a rainy land!
I ask you, do the books convey? Subtle.
I think John Waters truly said it best when he said "If you go home with somebody, and they don't have books, don't [eff] them!"
If you haven't got a human living under your stairs why not fill the space with books about a small magical human who did spend some time living under the stairs.
This is how I want to be welcomed into a home, with books, books and more books.
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