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The Reading Room of the British Museum, 2004. Photograph taken by Riccardo Cambiassi (https://www.flickr.com/people/43671130115@N01). [CC BY 2.0 Generic (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/deed.en)], via Wikimedia Commons.
Here are some weird and wonderful titles with a reading theme from some of our 100 Contributing Libraries
, plus CONSER, DOAJ and ISSN databases.
- Read me.
- Read this magazine.
- READ O RAMA.
- The clicked and the read.
- Learn to read with groovy animals!
- Black & white & read all over.
- I love to read Batman and Superman.
- What romance do I read next?
- The read all about all reg’d.
- Have you read this?
- Pepper Street the read-with-Mum weekly.
- I’m too busy to read marketing report service.
- Feet : what to read – South West Thames Regional Library Service.
- Read these rules for running trains, & c. : with great care to notice changes / Boston and Maine Railroad.
- La di da : a damned fine read for northern high society.
- Mad dogs & Englishmen : the magazine to read in the midday sun.
- The chap-book : being a miscellany of curious and interesting songs, ballads, tales, histories, &c. : adorned with a variety of pictures and very delightful to read.
- The New Excitement; or, a book to induce young people to read; for 1838(-40). By the editor of the latter volumes of the Excitement.
- Every Englishman’s French Journal, enabling everyone to read French with facility, by aid of copious explanations. no. 1-12.
- Reading it write.
- Cardiff Corvey : reading the romantic text.
- The Reading ripple.
- Candle light reading.
- The Tessy & Tab reading club.
- Die Reading Post.
- Galaxy. A Magazine of Entertaining Reading.
- The Home budget of wholesome reading for homely folk.
- The Pearl, a monthly journal of facetiæ and voluptuous reading.
- Marginalia: The Journal of the Medieval Reading Group at the University of Cambridge.
- The New York Merry Masker. An illustrated journal of humorous and entertaining reading. vol. 1. no. 1. Oct. 1875.
- The Hilton bedside book : a treasury of entertaining reading, selected exclusively for the guests of the Hilton Hotels.
For all manner of titles, weird and wonderful as well as generally fantastic, take a look in SUNCAT.