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Marla Frazee (A Documentary Short)

by Jessica on March 21, 2016

by Adam Goodwin My first exposure to Marla Frazee was through the incredible picture book, All The World.  My wife and I have two young children ages 6 and 2.  My son received the book as a gift from my aunt in 2013.  The whole family was immediately struck by the richness of the illustrations […]

New Humans of the Bookstore on the Tumblr!

by Jessica on September 24, 2014

  Happy Hump Day! We’re getting closer to the weekend! We’ve added a short interview with author Bill Bradley to our Humans of the Bookstore project. Head over the Tumblr to check it out!

Another Human of the Bookstore is up on Tumblr!

by Jessica on September 18, 2014

In honor of our 120th Anniversary we are celebrating the people who have helped us and supported us over the years. We’re calling the project HUMANS OF THE BOOKSTORE and we’ll be posting the stories on our Tumblr. This blog will have a little taste of what’s happening over there. Please follow us in this […]

First HOTB Post is up on Tumblr! Here’s a taste!

by Jessica on September 16, 2014

We’ve got our first Humans of the Bookstore post up on Tumblr this morning! Here’s a taste of what will be happening over there. Follow the Tumblr, share with your friends, celebrate YOU being awesome! Rudy “I’m a school principal. It’s an incredibly stressful job. So this is actually part of a ritual I do every […]

Introducing Humans of the Bookstore!

by Jessica on September 15, 2014

We have something really special to introduce to you! In November, we are celebrating our 120th anniversary! Crazy, huh? We couldn’t be more proud of this achievement. We’re working on planning all sorts of fun things to help you celebrate with us! One of those things is something we are calling Humans of the Bookstore! […]

Why I Read What I Read

by Patrick on October 9, 2009

Last week, I posted my list of favorite books of the last ten years.  On Facebook, where this blog is syndicated, one reader commented that she hadn’t heard of the books on my list (other than The Corrections) but that she couldn’t understand why someone would want to read a book that reflected their own […]

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