Memoirs of a Book Snake by David Meyer
Forty Years of Seeking and Saving Old Books

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First edition. This is the story of a man who scouted out old books in an effort to save and repair them. It is about the pleasure he took in finding old books and how they managed to survive the trials of time. Photography in the book was done by Catherine Gass.

About David Meyer

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David Meyer is an adventurer and author. Whether hunting for pirate treasure or exploring ancient Pre-Columbian ruins, his love of mystery inspires him to seek answers to the unknown. As the Guerrilla Explorer, he writes regularly about lost treasure, historical mysteries, forgotten lands, and strange cryptids at
Published May 1, 2001 by Waltham Street Pr. 152 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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Meyer, mistakenly called a "book snake" by a friend who meant "bookworm," describes countless hours spent sorting through dusty bins, forgotten shelves and packing boxes "hunting" for books.

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