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We have RAINBOW LOOM!!!
and refill bands!!
call for availability~they go fast!!
see our events page for FREE Rainbow Loom classes
DECEMBER's Bookworm Bagholder Special:
20% off 2 non-book items!! + your additional $1.00 in credit!!
Become a BOOKWORM BAGHOLDER
The bags are just $4.00!!! Our bags have front and side pockets to hold your reading lists and credit slips, punch cards and a key loop as well! Bags available in blue and red. (sorry..out of green in picture) When you bring the bag in to use you get $1.00 added onto your store credit!! PLUS....we will be running specials on occassion exclusively for bagholders. So become a Bookworm Bagholder today and get in on the savings!!
November's STAFF PICKS
The Sweetheart's Knitting Club by Lori Wilde
For 10 years, Flynn McGregor has been turning down the same solid, upright man's marriage proposal. Her friends at the Sweethearts' Knitting Club tell her they're a match made in heaven, but Flynn knows there's only one reason she keeps saying no: high school sweetheart Jesse Calloway.
The True Love Quilting Club by Lori Wilde
After 12 years of shattered dreams in the big city, Trixie Lynn Parks heads back to Twilight, Texas, and to the ladies of the True Love Quilting Club . . . as well as to her first love, Sam Cheek.
Proof of Heaven by Eben Alexander
As he lay in a coma, neurosurgeon Eben Alexander explains that he "journeyed beyond this world and encountered an angelic being who guided him into the deepest realms of super-physical existence [where] he met and spoke with the Divine source of the universe itself."
Mud Season by Ellen Stimson
After a getaway in gorgeous rural Vermont--its mountains ablaze in autumnal glory, its Main Streets quaint and welcoming--Ellen Stimson and her family make up their minds even before they get back to St. Louis: "We're moving to Vermont!" The reality, they quickly learn, is a little muddier than they'd imagined, but, happily, worth all the trouble.
Roses by Leila Meacham
Spanning the 20th century, the story of Roses takes place in a small East Texas town against the backdrop of the powerful timber and cotton industries, industries controlled by the scions of the town's founding families. Cotton tycoon Mary Toliver and timber magnate Percy Warwick should have married but unwisely did not, and now must deal with the deceit, secrets, and tragedies of their choice and the loss of what might have been--not just for themselves but for their children, and children's children. With expert, unabashed, big-canvas storytelling, Roses covers a hundred years, three generations of Texans and the explosive combination of passion for work and longing for love.
Mrs Poe by Lynn Cullen
Cullen, whose previous novels have focused on obscure women from the past, such as Juana of Castile (Reign of Madness) and Sofonisba Anguissola (The Creation of Eve), now turns her attention to Frances Sargent Osgood, a mid-19th-century poet and children's author who, some believe, was romantically involved with Edgar Allen Poe. As the novel opens in 1845, Poe is the toast of literary New York, having just published the sensationally successful poem "The Raven." Meanwhile, Mrs. Osgood, recently spurned by her philandering artist husband, is under enormous pressure to publish her work and thereby provide for her two young daughters. At a series of literary salons (many featuring cameos by other famous names of Poe's day), Mrs. Osgood and Poe develop a mutual attraction, as noticed not only by their peers but also by Poe's young and fragile wife, Virginia. Virginia's initially friendly overtures to her romantic rival become increasingly threatening, a nod to the macabre that seems unnecessary and gratuitous, as does the often-awkward insertion of research into the narrative. More successful is Cullen's portrayal of Osgood as a literary woman attempting to make a name (and a living) for herself against the odds.
Courting Trouble by Lisa Scottoline
Jo Marie Rose opens the Rose Harbor Inn bed and breakfast in Cedar Cove in order to start a new life, but the inn and its first guests bring surprises into Jo's life.
The Thanksgiving Bowl by Virginia Kroll
In this Thanksgiving story, each member of a family writes an anonymous "I'm thankful for" note and places it in the Thanksgiving bowl. Then everyone must guess who wrote each note. But on one Thanksgiving, the bowl is accidentally left outside, where it rolls off on a year-long series of adventures.
YOU CAN NOW ORDER BOOKS AND
E-BOOKS THOUGH OUR WEBSITE (and get the same discount you would in the store)
CLICK HERE TO SHOP!!
note: this does not include our store inventory; if you would like to know if we have a specific title in stock in our store please call.
(If you are ordering for yourself and would like to pick it up in the store it is better to
call us and have us order it for you.)
Monday - Thursday 10-6
Holiday Hours :
December 1st - Christmas Eve:
Monday - Friday 10-9
Christmas and New Years Eve 10-4
National Holidays we are closed include Memorial Day, 4th Of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day. If you have questions please feel free to give us a call anytime regarding our hours.
Just a sample of some of the items we have in the store; our stock is ever changing so come in and check out our current selections:
Bestsellers discounted every day
Discounted special ordered books
Candles and accessories
Specialty gift wrapping
Many novelty items
Our friendly staff is always willing to help. Whether it be a special order, finding the right gift or looking up an author that just slipped your mind. JUST ASK!! Check out all the pages on our website for more information on the store and upcoming events.
We are a proud member of the Greater East Aurora Chamber of Commerce for the last 20 years!
Click on Chamber link for more businesses in East Aurora and surrounding areas. Remember LOCAL FIRST!!