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Seattle Public Library discovers Stylish Sheds and Elegant Hideaways

February 3rd, 2009

This just in: Librarians yearn for their own backyard sheds, too!

Linda Johns, who blogs for the Seattle Public Library, recommended Stylish Sheds and Elegant Hideaways today in “Shelf Talk,”┬áthe library’s blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

I am now convinced that I need a shed of my own, and I’ll take any of the 28 backyard retreats, offices and studios featured in Prinzing’s book. . . . I can’t stop looking at these photos (by architectural photographer William Wright), and daydreaming of a space and desk just like the one where (Amy) Bloom wrote her most recent novel, Away.

Thanks, Linda! I miss the Seattle Public Library. Good to know I’m on your shelves!

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3 Responses to “Seattle Public Library discovers Stylish Sheds and Elegant Hideaways”

  1. Anna/Flowergardengirl Says:

    Congratulations. They have good taste!

  2. Shelf Talk Says:

    Hey – thanks for picking up on the post in Shelf Talk, the library’s blog. We love your book!

  3. Linda Johns Says:

    Debra — Our Seattle library patrons love ALL your books. It’s coming to the time of year where we’ll have a hard time keeping your Northwest gardening books on the shelves. Your site has me all fired up and inspired for some creative space! Thanks.

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