The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review is highlighting law librarian Kathy Kelly, who works at Knox, McLaughlin, Cornall & Sennett, in an article in the February 28, 2010 edition. Kelly's firm discards many books every year. She uses them to create purses and laptop computer cases that she has dubbed BookBags. She says, "I started saving the books before I thought of making purses ... I just couldn't bear to throw them out. ..." Her work is on display in the Fayette County Law Library this month, and she is the artist of the month. Each bag is unique and Kelly has made nearly thirty so far. They can be custom made to the customer's specifications, and cost between $125 and $350 each. What a great idea!