It’s a brand-new month here at our little bookstore that’s bigger on the inside. Today’s snowstorm means that we closed early today, for the safety of our employees and customers. But there’s still lots to do and to tell you about.
February’s publisher specials cover the genres of history and sociology, literary fiction, poetry and biography, and international intrigue. Get a discount of 42% off these titles: LAND by Simon Winchester; THE. FOUR WINDS by Kristin Hannah; STUDYING WITH MISS BISHOP by Diana Gioia; and THE SCORPION’S TAIL by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.
A new month early in a new year means new productions based on books. We’ve got many of your favorites here. Explore Leigh Bardugo’s Grishaverse in SHADOW AND BONE; spend time with Sally Rooney’s NORMAL PEOPLE: return to Arrakis with Frank Herbert’s DUNE; and many other upcoming films and series.
One of our bestselling Regency romance series has become a “must watch” streaming series on Netflix. Julia Quinn’s BRIDGERTON sequence keeps finding new fans, and we’ve got the books that started it all.
Take a look at some of our picks for picture books for Valentines Day. You’ll find old favorites and new friends on display, with more titles arriving every day.
Have you seen and listened to our YouTube videos? This week we interviewed Marc Cameron and Sue Miller, and we read selections from picture books by Dean Morrissey, Cindy Ward, Ian Falconer, and more! Subscribe to our YouTube channel, and never miss an update!
Between the current government restrictions due to COVID-19 and the latest Nor’easter, we at ABSW know that it can be difficult to find things to be happy about. We hope that what we do for you, by bringing you new and pre-read books, audio dramas, greeting cards, kitchen towels, tote bags, jigsaw puzzles, and other goodies, has helped just a little bit in brightening your days. You as our customers and friends have certainly brightened ours over time, and you are ALL our Valentines.
Thank you for making our shelves your destination.
—-Patty and the staff at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester