In Our Feeds: Sarah Jessica Parker, a treehouse library and font history 101

Each Friday, we share a handful of links we found interesting, provocative, funny — or just plain cool. We call it In Our Feeds. Have a good weekend!

I simply adore Sarah Jessica Parker. During a recent tour of her brownstone in New York City, Parker was asked 73 questions by Vogue.com.  She said To Kill a Mockingbird was the book that left the most positive impact on her during her school years. She also shared that her best way to decompress was through a good book. You can thank Alex for this great article.

As spring approaches, people are eager to escape the cold and are beginning to plan their upcoming summer vacations. Why not visit the world’s most stunning libraries? Megan shared this photo gallery and I now have a serious case of wanderlust.

Speaking of amazing destinations, Nadia discovered an article featuring a “must see” library – in a backyard. All of us bibliophiles would have done anything to have a library treehouse.

Finally, Lia shared this interesting article about the history of fonts. Your favorites, including Arial, Helvetica and Garamond, all have very interesting origin stories. I am very curious about the more polarizing fonts including Comic Sans.

Here are few more interesting links that the OOM team could not stop talking about this week:         

Happy reading everyone!