The Best Pinterest Boards for Book Lovers

By Silver Dolphin Books on January 22, 2014

Pinterest-Board-Book-LoversPinterest is great for many things: finding recipes, decorating your home and planning a party. It also can be a great source of humor and information for book lovers; not only showcasing great reads but book-related content and inspiration. Here is a list of the best Pinterest boards for book lovers:

For Adult Book Lovers

  1. Book Humor Board (by Three Bookends).  Comics and fun images fill this board with laughable and relatable content to keep you smiling.
  2. Book Infographics (by Visual Loop). Information is more fun when it’s pretty and engaging, right? This board provides a wealth of information on all types of book-related topics (publishing, book facts, reading, authors) in a way that makes it fun to learn.
  3. Book-Inspired Crafts (by the Kansas City Public Library).  If you have old books or are looking for a unique project to display in your home, look no further. This board is full of gorgeous projects and ideas to up-cycle old books.
  4. They Said It (by Book Riot). Everyone loves a good quote, and book-related ones often inspire, motivate or at least make you smile. This board will definitely do one of those three when you see something pop up in your Pinterest feed.
  5. Book Space (by Goodreads). Whether you’re looking to create a comfy book nook in your home or love gazing upon beautiful reading spots, this board will make you want to grab a good book and travel to one of these places.

For Kids

  1. Creative Writing (by USATestPrep). A board intended to be a resource for teachers, it actually provides a lot of really fun and useful activities for parents looking to encourage their kids to read and write.
  2. Edibles – Book Related (by Somers Library). This board showcases foods and cakes that are inspired by favorite children’s stories. It’s delicious and kids will get a kick out of the life-like designs.
  3. Activities Based on Children’s Books (by The Activity Mom). We love this compilation of activities that draw from popular kid’s stories. There are a ton of ideas to continue the learning after reading the story.
  4. There’s a Book About That (by Growing Book by Book). Have you ever asked yourself, “I wonder if there’s a book about that?” This board would be the place to look. Each pin features a topic that then links to resources on a variety of subjects kids want to know more about. Artic animals, opposites, cancer, civil rights, travel – this is a fun and useful board for inquisitive children.

Happy pinning!

(For Pinterest boards on children’s book topics and activities, make sure you’re following us on Pinterest!)



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