In a previous journey (electronic bookshelf) I digitised unused university and work books, but retained some of those physical volumes because they had special meaning for me. However, the books I kept are still unused and taking up valuable shelf space; so this journey will digitise them and explore how to represent the meanings that they have for me, and how to stimulate the feelings that sight of the books inspire in me. This is likely to involve telling the story which generates such a response. Some non-work books that are on the same shelf will also be included in the exercise. As was the case in the electronic bookshelf work, the solutions and designs will be based on the assumption that electronic paper will eventually enable large paper-thin wall displays to be created in any shape and size. In the absence of such versatile electronic paper at an affordable price, the work will simulate such a capability using card, posters and iPad.