I’ve blogged about literary structures in the past, and while this Christmas tree (located in the library of Delta College in Michigan) doesn’t contain quite as many books as the previous projects, it is nonetheless an impressive construction.
Delta College librarian Jennean Kabat erected the tree with the help of a couple coworkers over a six hour period. The tree is composed of over 100 books, with red books forming the tree skirt, green books making up the main part of the tree, and gold books constituting the star on top.
While we don’t have a literary Christmas tree here in DCPL, we do have plenty of holiday books, movies, and music to put you in a festive mood. Some of my favorite seasonal items include Holidays on Ice by humorist David Sedaris, How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss, and The Muppet Christmas Carol. What titles put you in the holiday spirit?