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 2019 recommendations of gifts for the winter holidays. One great idea for a holiday gift that won’t break the bank, and will really be appreciated by any art lover would be …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Spotlight on Fantastic Fiction Artist and Author (or Author and Artist) Duncan Eagleson. Duncan, Can you please tell us briefly a little about yourself and your artwork? These days I’m primarily a writer and illustrator. Through much of my career, my primary focus was on …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday Spotlight on Gabri (Gil) Kakins, who will be at our 65 James Street store TOMORROW, JUNE 2, from 1:00 – 3:00 PM as part of our Creating in the Trans Community panel celebrating Pride Month with the Rainbow Readers of Massachusetts. Gabri (Gil) Kakins …

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Have we got a busy next couple of weeks for you! We could even call it an… April Shower of Events! But first, a few quick news bits. We’ve got our sales carts ready—including one for poetry since it’s National Poetry Month. Weather depending, they’ll be outside or somewhere in the store. Regardless of where …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our spotlight on artist Tim Palin, who will be visiting our 65 James Street store as part of the Bharat Babies creative team on Sunday, March 25, from 1:00 – 3:00 PM. Tim Palin is an independent art director, designer and illustrator who works primarily in …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is delighted to shine our Friday spotlight on artist (and now author) Nancy Schön!  Nancy is the creator of the much loved “Make Way For Ducklings” sculpture in Boston, along with the “Tortoise and the Hare” sculpture at the end of Boston Marathon route, along with many, many more. Her …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Spotlight on Tammy Rebello, photographer for Abandoned Asylums of Massachusetts, who will be in our store on Sunday, May 15 with her writing partner, L.F. Blanchard, to talk about creating the book and the history behind these buildings—and their contributions to psychology today. Thank you …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to host Artist-Illustrator Nicole Tadgell on our Friday Spotlight blog! Nicole was here with our Worcester Needs Diverse Books panel on July 25. She is the award-winning illustrator of more than twenty picture books, including First Peas to the Table: How Thomas Jefferson Inspired a School Garden, In …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to welcome Rhea Ewing to our spotlight blog! Rhea will be one of our featured artists during our Worcester Needs Diverse Books Event on Saturday, July 25, from 2:00PM to 5:00PM. Rhea is an artist and illustrator who does both stand-alone illustration and queer comics. Thank you so …

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Bret Herholz, local artist who did the cover and some of the internal illustrations for the recently released children’s book, Loogie the Booger Genie by N.E. Castle, will be visiting Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester with Castle for a signing and reading on Saturday, December 15, 2012 from 2PM-5PM. Thank you very much, Bret, for …

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