Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Week of March 29th

We hope everyone is enjoying the sunshine as much as we are. It’s so nice to have the door open and the nice fresh air coming in. As always it was a pleasure to have Bland Simpson in the store this past Saturday, and we are looking forward to some exciting events on the horizon.

Thursday April 15th at 4pm Jessie Carty will be in the store signing Paper House, a book of 64 narrative poems. The poems reveal a woman’s coming of age as she meets the challenges of life.

Saturday April 17th from 1 to 2:30pm it’s time for another American Girl Party. “Fashion Fun” is the theme this time. As always, pre-registration is required. You know the spots will fill up quickly so reserve yours today.

We have been stocking up on our Audio Book inventory. So, if you like to listen while you drive come in and check out our selection. Also, we have been receiving our Melissa & Doug baby dolls. They’re flying out the door more quickly than we can put them on the shelves.

New in stock-

A Kingdom Strange: The Brief and Tragic History of the Lost Colony of Roanoke by James Horn.

The Fat Boy Chronicles by Lang Buchanan. Reveals the emotionally painful world of obese teens. Soon to be a feature film.

Would you like it if your teens read something that didn’t have vampires or werewolves? Check out

Forget-Her-Nots by Amy Brecount White. A young girl at en exclusive boarding school makes an interesting discovery when a class project has her looking into the Victorian language of flowers.

The Body Finder by Kimberly Derting. Violet Ambrose is a sixteen year old with a special gift that could help bring peace to her small town while a serial killer is on the loose.

Coming next week-

Fading Echoes – Warriors: Omen of the Stars #2 by Erin Hunter.

Matterhorn: A Novel of the Vietnam War by Karl Marlantes. This is a vivid narrative capturing the lives of American troops in Vietnam.

The Girl Who Chased the Moon by Sarah Addison Allen. Two very different women discover how to find their places in the world.

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