Abraham Piper, the Minneapolis-based keeper of the blog 22 Words, found images of the garage on the Web and typed out a few thoughts. His first reaction was along the lines of "Hey, neat! Books!" But then he took a closer look at the titles.
Piper doesn't criticize the choices, which include Invisible Man and To Kill a Mockingbird. Rather, he's got an issue with the not-to-scale thickness of the various books. The garage's Charlotte's Web, for instance, is as hefty as its Lord of the Rings trilogy. The actual Charlotte's Web is less than 200 pages, whereas Tolkien needed three volumes to crown Aragorn the king of Gondor.
The library's supersized E.B. White and Shakespeare volumes led Piper to quip: "Then you think, 'Those must be large-print editions of Charlotte’s Web and Romeo and Juliet.'"