This undated photo shows the check-out counter at the indie bookseller Newtonville Books in Newton, Mass. The counter is made of rows of backward books glued into place.
This undated photo shows the check-out counter at the indie bookseller Newtonville Books in Newton, Mass. The counter is made of rows of backward books glued into place. Tracee M. Herbaugh AP
This undated photo shows the check-out counter at the indie bookseller Newtonville Books in Newton, Mass. The counter is made of rows of backward books glued into place. Tracee M. Herbaugh AP

Putting books backward on bookshelves really is a craze. Some say it’s just crazy

March 20, 2018 12:15 PM