Haiku for Button Lovers
I LOVE BUTTONS!
For me, buttons are miniature works of art. Examining their designs, colors and materials gives me great pleasure.
Haiku for Button Lovers is full of “insider information” -- the details about buttons. The more you know about buttons, the more you will enjoy the poetry. It's short and sweet and is written with a clever turn of phrase.
The 76 Haiku poems are under these categories:
I hope reading my Haiku for Button Lovers will delight button collectors and intrigue others to learn more about buttons and button collecting.
"Haiku for Button Lovers" can be found in Kindle form on Amazon: www.amazon.com/-/e/B07GDNQJF5 You can also read it on your smartphone, tablet or computer by using one of the apps Amazon offers.
You can contact Sylvia Liszka Durell via this website contact page or at email@example.com.
The NBS Team sends a BIG THANKS to everyone who attend-ed the Unconventional Convention, made donations, bid on auction items, and donated their time as presenters and volunteers.
The NBS Zoom train stopped for 561 PASSENGERS in SEVEN COUNTRIES.
In the U.S. the train made stops in 46 STATES and the District of Columbia.
The Auction Car was busy with 430 registered bidders and 225 lots resulting in a record auction sales: $27,199. Donations topped $7,000 – another record!
We are very pleased that you enthusiastically supported and participated in the virtual show. Your participation and support truly honored the team that brought you this convention. Thank you!
The convention may have ended on Saturday night, but the Convention crew is still working to review your feedback and make recommendations to the NBS Board.
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History of Buttons: Why We Collect the Little Works of Art
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Come with me on a visit to the Frieda Warther Button House in Dover, OH!
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