booklover


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Noun1.booklover - someone who loves (and usually collects) booksbooklover - someone who loves (and usually collects) books
bookman, scholar, scholarly person, student - a learned person (especially in the humanities); someone who by long study has gained mastery in one or more disciplines
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Stunningly illustrated with over 75 ink drawings, The Cats of Tanglewood Forest is a booklover's dream.
Using ExactTarget Email, SocialPages and SocialEngage, the retailer launched a "Booklover's Weekend" Facebook tab offering Fans an opportunity to receive a coupon, resulting in nearly 36,000 new email subscribers in one month.
But, being a booklover, there are a few cookbooks that remain on my kitchen shelves.
She then goes on to address such topics as Tolkien's invented medieval past and the booklover's mystery formula used in The Da Vinci Code.
The booklover from the province would only possess the books his hometown provides from that small book branch or that textbook seller.
First published last year as a hardback, it is sub-titled The Booklover 's Guide to Children and Young Adult Literature.
There's plenty of industry schmoozing at the Frankfurt Book Fair, but there's also a lot of fun to be had by the average booklover. While publishers are negotiating translation rights, make the rounds through the colorful exhibitors' booths like the one pictured above by German publisher Taschen.
A booklover has achieved his lifetime's ambition by taking over the shop where he was once an apprentice.
The National Book Club Conference in Atlanta, held August 5-7 this year, (see "Booklover's Bonanza,' page 12) is also a good place to make contacts.
Booklover Jaclyn Sano expressed shock when she stepped inside the People's Center and Library in Tacloban City, Leyte, for the first time.