Not sure what to do with those books you didn’t like? Here’s an entertaining suggestion.
Our AMAZING gift buyer Alexa Crowe is part of a book group in which its members don’t all read the same book — they individually read whatever books they want to then come together, talk about what they’ve read, and swap books if one person wants to read the book recommended by someone else. In their group, when someone hasn’t liked a book, they make the book sit in the corner, LITERALLY. They walk the book over to the corner, set it on the floor "facing" the corner, and then leave it leaning there, presumably until it’s learned its lesson.
I think little paper dunce caps would make a nice addition, don’t you?
Anyone else have clever "shame on you" ideas for dealing with these literary disappointments?