Thursday, January 16, 2014


Most of us like the warm, horizontal comfort of the bed, for our daily rendez-vous with literature. If this is the case, you will have no doubt more than once nodded off in the course of the evening, only to find yourself awakening with a shock and read the same phrase for the fifth time, trying stubbornly to stick to the plot.  All of this to realize the next morning at breakfast that you've forgotten half of what you've read the night before.

illustration of a little girl reading bed by Robert Wagt

pig reading a book in bed illustration by Japanese illustrator Yusuke Yonezuboy reading in bed illustration by Joe Kaufman

            two cats reading a book on a bed illustration by Rudi Hurzlmeierboy reading in bed painting by american artist Norman Rockwell

man reading in book bed illustration by Andrew Joynerpenguin reading book on radiator bed illustration by Paul  Thurlby
little girl bed sleeping book cover illustration by Oldrich Syrovatka

Page turners, clockwise from top; little girl reading bed by Robert Wagt, Joe Kaufman's take on the same subject, who else but Norman Rockwell, man reading in book bed  by Andrew Joyner, not a reader but we just loved this illustration by Oldrich Syrovatka, penguin reading on a radiator bed by Paul  Thurlby, two cats reading a book on a bed by Rudi Hurzlmeier, pig reading by the light of the moon by Japanese illustrator Yusuke Yonezu.

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