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We’re celebrating Amulet 6 and Sisters today - they both debuted on the September 9th New York Times Bestseller list!!

Aaaaaaaiiiiiiiiieeeeee!!!!

Eeeek! That’s such exciting news! Way to go you two!


And for those of you who might not have heard yet, both Raina and Kazu will be here in our store on Monday, October 20 @ 4:00 pm! We’re super excited to be getting two of our all time favorite graphic novelists in here at once!

goraina:

graphixbooks:

We’re celebrating Amulet 6 and Sisters today - they both debuted on the September 9th New York Times Bestseller list!!

Aaaaaaaiiiiiiiiieeeeee!!!!

Eeeek! That’s such exciting news! Way to go you two!

And for those of you who might not have heard yet, both Raina and Kazu will be here in our store on Monday, October 20 @ 4:00 pm! We’re super excited to be getting two of our all time favorite graphic novelists in here at once!

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What’s this? A Jane Austen action figure? Perfect. We have just the job for this.

A HUGE thanks to the eternally kind folks at Penguin for helping us get through Halloween with literary flair. An even bigger shout out to Charlie Lovett for making this zombie extermination possible!

Many of you might be familiar with Charlie from his previous book, The Bookman’s Tale, which was a staff and customer favorite for us. We can’t wait for October 16th to roll around so we can get to reading this!

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With Gone Girl madness in the air, it’s time to take a second look at Bad Girls vs Good Girls in literature. Just who are they, and how does a reader determine which is which? They seem clear cut, but can the lines that define them ever blur? And if they do, how does one go about discovering the truth?
Join us Wednesday evening, October 8 at 7:30 pm as we discuss these ideals with authors Elizabeth Little and Abigail Haas. They will be talking about their books Dear Daughter and Dangerous Girls, with a signing to follow.
If you loved the twisted morality of Gillian Flynn’s writing, make sure that you check these two ladies out!

With Gone Girl madness in the air, it’s time to take a second look at Bad Girls vs Good Girls in literature. Just who are they, and how does a reader determine which is which? They seem clear cut, but can the lines that define them ever blur? And if they do, how does one go about discovering the truth?

Join us Wednesday evening, October 8 at 7:30 pm as we discuss these ideals with authors Elizabeth Little and Abigail Haas. They will be talking about their books Dear Daughter and Dangerous Girls, with a signing to follow.

If you loved the twisted morality of Gillian Flynn’s writing, make sure that you check these two ladies out!

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We’re back! Did you miss us Tumbly Peers? Here at the store we’ve been super busy putting together our awesome fall line up of authors (and while we’re on the subject, make sure you take a moment to get on our email list to be kept in the know). We decided to kick off the party by hosting David Mitchell along with Seth Marko and The Book Catapult. David was kind enough to read for us from his latest book The Bone Clocks.

For those of you who were not able to make it, we still have a very limited number of signed copies on hand left from this event. So don’t be a stranger! Come say hi and pick up your own copy today.

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Whaaaaat? Did you know Harper Perennial is celebrating it’s 50th anniversary by releasing a great selection of popular favorites and classics for only $10?

Madness!

Two of our new bookies, Gerard and Laura, have already started to take advantage of this crazy good deal. Laura is pictured here with Michael Chabon’s latest Telegraph Avenue, while Gerard took the tried and true classics route with Richard Wright’s Native Son. Which one will you choose?

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