[a page from the book]
Caroline Preston loves vintage ephemera. According to her bio, she spent hours in the attic of her parents' home with generations of scrapbooks as a girl and worked as an archivist as an adult. This love of ephemera and archives grew into The Scrapbook of Frankie Pratt, which is something like a graphic novel--it's a story told through an artful mix of 1920s memorabilia and captions typed on a vintage Corona typewriter and assembled by Preston. It is also really fun to read. I'm only two chapters in, but this book is so different and fun that I wanted to share already. I got a copy at the library, but I might have to buy it for myself if the rest of the book is as fun to read.