Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

The little bookstore that's bigger on the inside

We’re getting into the winter holiday season here at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester! We’ve gotten in some old and new seasonal favorites among our picture book and pop-up book selections. Authors and illustrators include Jan Brett, David Carter, Eric Kimmel, Trina Schart Hyman, Robert Sabuda and more! chanukahbugshershelLSeven-Spools-of-Thread-Medearis-Angela-9780807573150janbrettanimalssanta


For those who are looking to give non-seasonal books as gifts, we’ve also started building up our selection of publisher releases for children, middle readers, and teens. [Publisher releases are discounted 20% from the retail price.]

* Newly shelved picture books include WAITING IS NOT EASY! by Mo Willems; WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE by Maurice Sendak; THE STORY OF FERDINAND by Munro Leaf; SKIPPYJON JONES: SNOW WHAT by Judy Schachner; BLIZZARD by John Rocco; 1 IS ONE by Tasha Tudor; THE RED BALLOON by Albert Lamorrisse; and more!

* Publisher release books for middle readers include: HE LAUGHED WITH HIS OTHER MOUTHS, the newest “Pals In Peril” title by local author M.T. Anderson; THE BLOOD OF OLYMPUS, the latest in the “Heroes of Olympus” series by Rick Riordan; the newly released THE EARL’S CHILDE, sequel to THE KELPIE, by local author T. J. Wooldridge; GUSTAV GLOOM AND THE CRYPTIC CAROUSEL by Adam-Troy Castro, and more!

* For advanced readers and teens we have DIVERGENT and its sequels by Veronica Roth, THE FAULT IN OUR STARS by John Green, ELSEWHERE by Gabrielle Zevin, and more!

Come visit us at 65 James Street in Worcester and stay young at heart with books! Elephant and Piggie Imageferdinandredballoonskippyjon


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