Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

The little bookstore that's bigger on the inside

Plenty of new titles on our displays this week… fiction books in all genres, non-fiction selections spanning memoirs, political analysis, self-help, and more. We congratulate the winners of the 2019, as well as those authors who have made it to the National Book Award shortlist. In addition to the prize winners and nominees, you’ll find …

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Our two newest hardcovers from the New York Times Best Sellers list this week are both non-fiction: BRIEF ANSWERS TO THE BIG QUESTIONS by Stephen Hawking, his final thoughts on cosmology and humankind THE LIBRARY BOOK by Susan Orlean, a tale of libraries and librarians starting with the 1986 Los Angeles Public Library fire and expanding …

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Happy Thanksgiving week! First and foremost, thank you to ALL of you for your continued support and love for our little “bigger on the inside” bookstore! Independent bookstores need your love to succeed, and we appreciate all you give us. May all of you in the U.S. have a wonderful holiday this week, with safe …

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    We hope everyone who celebrates had a wonderful Father’s Day yesterday, full of fun and safe travel! Thank you to everyone who came out to the events this weekend at our little “bigger on the inside” bookstore at 65 James Street!  On Thursday, we had fun at our Doctor Who Discussion Night. On …

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Today we remember our fallen soldiers on Memorial Day. Thank you to all our service people who gave their lives defending our country and our rights. We couldn’t be a place of free thinking and free speech without them. For those who also celebrate Memorial Day as the kickoff to summer, we wish all of …

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Happy Halloween!  Our favorite holiday is right around the corner, and not only do we have a lot of events planned for that, we’ve got quite a bit of awesomeness coming up in the month of November, too! Starting on Friday, October 26 from 7-9PM, we’ll have the Worcester Storytellers back for their monthly spoken …

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