20% OFF ALL BOOKS,
CARDS AND GIFTS
Saturday November 22 and Sunday November 23
you all for your support these last two and a half years.
We are delighted to offer you our annual pre-holiday sale.
is both our way of saying thank you, and a great chance for you to do some
early holiday shopping.
Whether you want one of those great designer handbags, or a pile of
the latest bestseller, or that classic mystery, it will all be
discounted 20% this Saturday and Sunday from 10am until we
close… 10pm on Saturday, 9pm on Sunday.
Here are just a few
Tony Morrison's new novel Mercy is getting rave reviews.
There's a new biography of John Lennon, and Roberto Bolano's posthumously
published novel, 2666, has just arrived.
Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series is red hot as the movie is
launching, and Michael Connelly's latest LA mystery, The Brass
Verdict, has been called his best yet.
Paul Krugman's early work that earned him his Nobel Prize has just been
updated and re-released.
P D James' new novel, Private Patients, and Malcolm Gladwell's
Outliers both came in this week, along with a large shipment of
So come in and we'll be happy to help you find that special book
for the folks on your holiday list.
Books are classy gifts that keep giving and giving.
TERRY TEMPEST WILLIAMS
Finding Beauty in a Broken
Wednesday, December 3 at 7:00 PM
her most original, provocative and eloquently moving book since
Refuge, Terry Tempest Williams gives us a luminous chronicle of
finding beauty in a broken world.
Always an impassioned and far-sighted advocate for a just relationship
between the natural world and humankind, Williams has broadened her
concerns over the past several years to include a
reconfiguration of family and community in her search for a deeper
understanding of what it means to be human in an era of physical and
Deciding the Next Decider:
The 2008 Presidential Race in Rhyme
Saturday, December 6 at 7:00
In the form that made
bestsellers of Obliviously On He Sails and A Heckuva Job,
the witty and irascible Trillin recreates in verse all the
lowlights of this year's endless campaign slog.
Trillin has been a
staff writer for the New Yorker since 1963. He is the author of
numerous books, including About Alice, Family Man,
and Remembering Denny, a New York Times