mugglenet:

Check out Elizabeth Hamlet’s scale-model of Honeydukes Sweetshop in our Fan Art section!

I never knew something could be so beautiful mugglenet:

Check out Elizabeth Hamlet’s scale-model of Honeydukes Sweetshop in our Fan Art section!

I never knew something could be so beautiful

mugglenet:

Check out Elizabeth Hamlet’s scale-model of Honeydukes Sweetshop in our Fan Art section!

I never knew something could be so beautiful

thefrogman:

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smithsonianlibraries:

Save the date - next week is Preservation Week, and to celebrate, our book conservator @moonlightbinder is doing an #AMA right here on tumblr! 

Ever wondered why using tape on a book is a no-no? Or how you can “wash” a book? This AMA is for you.

Submit questions to our Ask in advance or on the day - Wednesday, April 30th. We’ll be answering questions throughout the day (well, 9-5 EST)  and Katie will be live from noon until 2pm EST.

… Good thing I don’t own any valuable books.

Q

bangarang-rachel asked:

I saw in a previous post that you said a misto and a cafe au lait are the same thing. I know Starbucks claims they are. But a misto is actually supposed to be half Americano, half steamed milk.

A

yourbaristahatesyou:

Good to know! Since I’m a Starbucks barista, that’s what I’ve been told.

I’ve actually been to a place that, for their cafe au lait, they did a french press instead of regular brew (which they had) or an Americano.