Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

The little bookstore that's bigger on the inside

It’s a somber but hopeful Memorial Day here at our little bookstore that’s bigger on the inside. On the one hand, the number of cases from the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be alarming, and we are proceeding with every caution to keep our employees and customers healthy.  We very much appreciate the support that we …

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We here at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester continue to abide by the Governor’s Office order to remain closed to the public during the COVID-19 pandemic until at least 12noon on Tuesday, May 19th.  That may change in light of the four-phase plan proposed for reopening the state of Massachusetts, and may force us to …

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New sequential art book arrivals for this week, as well as restocking some favourites: THE BOY WHO BECAME A DRAGON: A BRUCE LEE STORY, written and illustrated by Jim DiBartolo THE ESSENTIAL DYKES TO WATCH OUT FOR, written and illustrated by Alison Bechdel THE GASHLYCRUMB TINIES, written and illustrated by Edward Gorey [we also have …

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In the spring of 2011, less than a year into taking over ownership of our little bookstore that’s bigger on the inside, we were alarmed and concerned by the commencement of the construction and closure of the James Street bridge, which would not be completed until September of that year. We worried about the effects …

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The first thing we at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester want to say to our customers and friends is THANK YOU. Thank you for the phone calls and e-mails of support to us and to our employees. Thank you for taking care of yourselves and your loved ones by observing the #StayHomeStaySafe guidelines set out …

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Here at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester, we have good reason to refer to ourselves as “the little bookstore that’s bigger on the inside”, and not just because of our love of DOCTOR WHO. All the way at the back of our shop is a very special section we call Hardcover Alley.  While we do …

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Due to the COVID-19 order from the Governor’s Office on Monday the 23rd, our storefront will be closed for on-site business for now.  In line with the Governor’s communication, we are planning on reopening our doors at noon on Tuesday, April 7th, 2020, and resuming normal hours from there.  If the advice or orders from …

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Due to the COVID-19 order from the Governor’s Office this morning, Monday the 23rd, we will be closing to the public tonight at 8pm, and planning on reopening our doors on Tuesday, April 7th. https://www.mass.gov/doc/march-23-2020-essential-services-and-revised-gatherings-order However, we expect to be able to serve you in this time period [and beyond!]. We strongly encourage customers to …

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