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February 09, 2009


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wow, very cool looking library! i'll have to see if that is near where my aunt lives in Connecticut and check it out next time i visit her!


The display is wonderful. I love the books that were picked out to go with the toys. They are a perfect match. Amazing!!!


I LOVE Rowayton and go to that seafood restaurant whenever I get a chance. What a charming town. Good luck with the tea!


What a charming library! The toys are so cute and how neat that the books chosen match up with them so well.

Irma's Rose Cottage

What a quaint little Library. Love the wind up toys and the books that paired up with them. The whole dispaly looks great.

Please come on over and visit and enter my 50th Post Giveaway.

hugs :)


Alison Heal

That is such a great collection and display. I used to work in a library and I can imagine the fun the librarians had finding books to match the toys. I find my home turns into a series of 'displays' if I'm not careful!


What a lovely library. Have fun with your teas. I absolutely love the toys with the books, Great display. I am inspired to do something like that on a bookshelf at home. Pam


Wow! Your Library is similar to ours here in Sharonville. It's so relaxing to go there and browse the books. The display is great! What a great way to get kids interested in books and old toys.
Have fun with your teas. We love to do seminars like that.

natalie jo

Oh how I wish you were hosting a tea at my library! Everything you do has just the right touch, a great attention to detail along with playful whimsy.

Enjoy the party,
natalie jo


How wonderful to be hosting tea at your fascinating library. Wish I could be there. Your son's wind-up to collection is amazing. I have the same duck with the red coat on, except my bike is red. I hope we'll see pictures of the tea.

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