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A bookshop comes alive at night: The Joy of Books

When a magical book shop closes for the evening, the books come alive to magically rearrange themselves on all of the shelves. The Joy of Books is a delightful stop-motion animation by Sean Ohlenkamp, who, with the help of lots of volunteer book wranglers, shot the short film after hours inside Toronto’s Type Books.

peeking from the bookshelves
stop motion
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