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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Here at our little bookstore that’s bigger on the inside, we continue to STAY inside to do our part in helping everyone to weather the COVID-19 lockdown. While we cannot open our doors to the public until at least May 4th, according to the guidelines set out by the Governor’s Office, we are still receiving …

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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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Showrunner Chris Chibnall and former producer Philip Hinchcliffe – together at the Doctor Who studio! Director Michael E Briant describes the making of his 1977 classic The Robots of Death. Sadie Miller remembers her mother, Sarah Jane Smith actress Elisabeth Sladen. The Doctor Who Magazine review of Series 12 – every episode from Spyfall to The Timeless Children! A diary and scrapbook of 1976-77 – the extraordinary …

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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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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday spotlight on Children’s Author Jake Burnett.  Jake grew up on four continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America if you’re counting—seven countries in all) and now lives in North Carolina with his wife, a one-eyed cat, and a very wiggly dog. He’s written a …

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It’s April, and we’re not fooling! Even if you can’t stroll our aisles at the little bookstore that’s bigger on the inside for a few more weeks, that’s no reason to give up on reading and other fun activities.  Brace yourself for an extra-long Kids and Teens blog entry, everyone. So many wonderful books for …

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This week is a great one for listening to new and classic British science fiction and horror audio dramas.  Here are the current releases from a variety of title ranges. The Diary of River Song Series 7 DW Main 261: Psychic Circus DW Main 262: Subterfuge The Twelfth Doctor Chronicles Dracula’s Guests CD Blake’s 7 …

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