Book HeART ♥ #21 - Kenjio Book Sculptures

I was browsing book arts on Tumblr when I saw this great book sculpture by Kenjio. I said I have to feature this here on my book blog to share with you guys how awesome the sculptures are!

The Memory Key | Photo from Kenjio's Etsy
Thinker on Sundial Fold | Photo from Kenjio's Etsy
I'm just supposed to post a photo or two of the sculptures but when I visited Kenjio's Etsy site, can't help but share my favorites. Actually almost all of them are my favorites. I wish I could buy even one sculpture. It would be a great and inspiring decoration. Also the inspiration of the artist in creating these masterpieces are just admirable. All about the concept of new knowledge.

Sleeper on Pyramidal Blossom | Photo from Kenjio's Etsy
White on Whit Double Book Birdie | Photo from Kenjio's Etsy
Based on the descriptions, the artist created clay sculptures and he used old books and vintage encyclopedias that are cut and folded. I really admire his awesome book scultptures! See more of Kenjio's creations on his etsy site.

♥ xoxo, Edil ♥

What I'm Reading Now: The Perks of Being a Wallflower

I decided to read this next because the movie will be coming out next month. I'm excited for the movie. Emma Watson with her American accent would be there. I'm already on page 20 and I'm loving it. I want to share with you the trailer. Love the soundtrack! :)

♥ xoxo, Edil ♥

Quote... Unquote - This Lullaby

“No relationship is perfect, ever. There are always some ways you have to bend, to compromise, to give something up in order to gain something greater...The love we have for each other is bigger than these small differences. And that's the key. It's like a big pie chart, and the love in a relationship has to be the biggest piece. Love can make up for a lot.” 

This Lullaby by Sarah Dessen

Author: Sarah Dessen
Published March 8th 2004 by Speak
345 pages
Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥

When it comes to relationships, Remy doesn't mess around. After all, she's learned all there is to know from her mother, who's currently working on husband number five. But there's something about Dexter that seems to defy all of Remy's rules. He certainly doesn't seem like Mr. Right. For some reason, however, Remy just can't seem to shake him. Could it be that Remy's starting to understand what those love songs are all about?

I liked it but not as much as The Truth About Forever which is one of my favorites from the author. The book of course has the usual elements of Sarah Dessen's novels -  girl with some issues about her family or friends, then she meets the boy who she will fell in love with, or will help her get over those issues. Same, same. But what I liked about this one is that it's an interesting read and it actually helped me cope with some things.

When I started reading this, I was having some issues with things (school, lovelife, etc.). So when I get to know Remy it's like I want to be like her. Just carefree, mean, has control over her feelings. But then, it's not easy being like her. When you have too much control over your feelings, you tend to ignore other people's feelings and you become selfish and insensitive. Sometimes you have to open up with the possibility that when you care and love someone, you will get hurt. It's better than feeling nothing at all and losing that someone. 

The romance part of this book is lacking. I liked Dexter's challenges, although sometimes I can't figure out his personality. Overall, this was an easy read and just like other Dessen books, you get to learn something about love and life. :)

 ♥ xoxo, Edil ♥

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Anna and the French Kiss
Inside Out
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Magic Strikes
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Magic Burns
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The Iron King
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