Despite what they say about not judging a book by its cover, I admit that I’ve read many books simply because the cover caught my attention when I was browsing at the library or the bookstore.
In fact, the hardest thing about switching to ebooks for me has been not have the cover art to use as a visual clue for deciding what to read next.
If you love books and want to pass on your obsession to your child, you’ll definitely want to bookmark Out of Print Clothing. This site sells adorable children’s shirts featuring artwork from classic children’s books.
Aside from Harold and the Purple Crayon, Out of Print Clothing also sells shirts featuring art from great books like Charlotte’s Web, Corduroy, Olivia, Harry the Dirty Dog, and Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel.
If you want to get something for yourself while you’re updating your child’s wardrobe, Out of Print Clothing has a nice selection of t-shirts and long sleeve fleece shirts for women.
I’m partial to the Alice in Wonderland and Pride and Prejudice fleece shirts, but I kind of want to buy one of each style that they have. In fact, I had to move my purse away from my computer when I was typing this post to make sure I didn’t max out my credit card in one swoop!
What’s really awesome about buying from Out of Print Clothing is that the company donates one book for each items that you purchase. Books are distributed through the site’s partner Books for America.
Photo credit: Out of Print Clothing