More Strange Reading Gifts (Pt. 2)

Or is it part 3? Could be. Either way, behold some more strange reader gifts I found while browsing and trying to take up this morning.

Librarian Action Figure

The Librarian Action Figure will have you organizing all your books, magazines, periodicals, journals, videos, and CD ROMs -- quietly, please! -- press the button on her back to activate the well-known shushing action. Modeled after librarian Nancy Pearl in Washington state, she comes with a tiny plastic replica of her original book, Book Lust (see below), a stack of other books, a card with a brief history of libraries, plus a check-out card in a library sleeve, two bookmarks, and a Nancy Pearl trading card. The Librarian Action Figure is made of classic action-figure hard plastic and is 5" tall.

Hmm isn't she odd? If you're itching for something truly unique, get her here for $10

Because Readers Need to Eat Too...

Well, I suppose it is true that reader's have to eat too. I never heard of needing our own small container, though. With how tiny this thing is, I think I'd be getting up to change the contents pretty quickly. Okay, okay, technically it's for the kids, but I couldn't resist.


Heather said...

LOL That container is so cute!

Chantal said...

I love that container.
The librarian is kinda odd though. Id buy one if she is was sexy. Gothic and vampiresque for sure.

ErinPaperbackstash said...

You sound like my friend Melissa :) I suppose the library stereotype is a bit outdated.