Starr Library’s Words + Images exhibition is fortunate to include a set of book objects from the personal collection of The Met’s Museum Librarian, Mindell Dubansky. “Blooks” is a term coined by Dubansky to describe “the art of books that aren’t.” From safes to spice racks, sewing kits to snake gags, book-shaped objects are everywhere. Why are they so appealing? Hear more about this collection as a whole, which spans over 600 items, as well as the objects in the library’s exhibition cases. On view through December 1st.