What better to do when cold March winds blow than curl up with a good book? That's the inspiration behind this seasonal poster print produced by the Work Projects Administration (WPA) to promote an Illinois statewide library project. Created around 1941 the illustration shows a stylized windswept girl who obviously loves reading books. She has a book under her arm and is surrounded by windblown books by famous authors including Scott, Dumas, Hawthorne, Thackeray, Dickens, Austen, Clemens and Tolstoi. The text on the poster reads "In March read the books you've always meant to read." The poster would be the perfect gift for bookworms, book lovers and everyone who enjoys curling up with a good book. The original image is courtesy of The Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.