Please help us welcome Curt Smith and Joe Castiglione as they present their new books, Mercy! A Celebration of Fenway Park's Centennial Told Through Red Sox Radio & TV and Can You Believe It? 30 Years of Insider Stories With the Boston Red Sox.
Please help us welcome Jonathan Hall to the store as he presents his new book, Toto the Tornado Kitten. Toto was a tiny survivor found in a tree in the aftermath of a devastating tornado that swept through Brimfield, Massachusetts, on June 1, 2011.
Please help us welcome author Jolene Mercadante to the store as she presents her new book, The Angel on My Shoulder. Mercadante, a librarian and animal lover, recounts the life lessons she and her family learned after she adopted a pit bull.
Please help us welcome local author Elan Barnehama to the store as he presents his new book, Finding Bluefield. A ride through southern and northern cultures, love, loss, humour, food and wine — a story about finding your hometown and yourself.
Author Sean Glennon visits the store to present his new book, Tom Brady vs. the NFL: The Case for Football's Greatest Quarterback. Showcasing one of football's best players, this book spotlights the life and career of gridiron great Tom Brady.
Join us as we discuss Invisible Boy by Cornelia Read. In this novel, Read depicts, with sensitivity, eloquence and powerful emotion, the unstable fault lines of family, friendship and society at large. New members are always welcome!
Join us for a very special celebration! What holiday would be complete without a visit from The Elf on the Shelf? Santa knows who is naughty and/or nice because he sends a scout elf to every home. Activities and crafts to follow.
Please join us as we read Giraffes Can't Dance by Giles Andreae. Gerald the giraffe longs to dance, but his legs are too skinny and his neck is too long. Fortunately, there is one little creature who believes in Gerald.
Please help us welcome author Jeff Mack to our store as he presents his new young reader, Clueless McGee, and his new picture book, Good News, Bad News. Mack lives in Western, Massachusetts, where he writes, paints and is a frequent visitor to schools.