Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

The little bookstore that's bigger on the inside

Happy Holiday Shopping Guide! Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester, the “bigger on the inside” bookstore at 65 James Street, is happy to present our 2018 recommendations of gifts for the winter holidays.

This year we have some holiday cards from Selina, one of our staff members, who has been creating greeting cards for many years. Her cards are all nature based, and most of them are humorous, heartfelt and very unique.

The first cards are for Hanukkah, and for general Season’s Greetings.

Hanukkah and Season's Greetings

Now, notice that you can’t see what’s inside of the cards – Those are the punchlines you will have to come into the store to read!  We will tell you that the Happy Holidays card says, “To My Little Chickadee”, to give you some idea. The Christmas cards have unique sayings on them, too.


During the holidays there are always some people who can’t make it to your gatherings, and it’s nice sometimes to let them know that they are missed. We have some cards for that, too.

Missing You

If you’d like to send out a very different invitation to a gathering, there’s a card for that, too. Also, once you are there, it’s nice to let those special someones know how great it is to be there with them, and sometimes you just don’t know how to say it verbally. Last of all, when you’re home and have digested a wonderful holiday meal, you may want to send a card to thank your hosts for a great meal. There’s a very special card for that, too.

glad to be here

There are a few smaller cards for $2.00, but most of the cards are $3.00 each. We hope that you at least enjoy reading through them, as they may become part of a book someday.

Thank you for making our shelves your destination.


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