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  It’s the end of January at our little store that’s bigger on the inside, and we welcome you to our Monday Updates blog!         While we wait for the Caldicott medals to be awarded today, January 30, 2023, I thought I would post some of the children’s books that I would …

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    Andrew Rader is an Aerospace Engineer who has written a book called BEYOND THE KNOWN, about the history of space travel. He is a SpaceX Mission Manager, so he is certainly well versed in the area. He is also the author of several children’s books in the same vein. In this interview, Andrew …

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  Greetings, and Happy New Year to all. For January, the New Arrivals blogs of the books coming into Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester won’t be presented by week, they will instead each give you a look ahead at some of January’s literary treasures.   This month there are many fiction titles, including literary fiction, …

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    At the end of this difficult year, many people are making New Year’s resolutions to do new things to enrich themselves, or help improve their lives. Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester has some new self-help books that will help them towards that goal. There’s 12 Weeks to A Sharper You, which helps you …

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  This week’s new arrivals are actually pretty great. There are some memoirs that could prove to be pretty funny, what with Steve Martin’s Number One Is Walking: My Life in The Movies, cartoons and Lauren Graham’s anecdotes and laugh-out-loud observations about life as an actor in Hollywood, in Have I Told You This Already?: …

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  This week we have a good mix of genre books arriving. There are quite a few memoirs coming out now, which leads me to believe that people like to talk about themselves. And people like to read about famous people’s lives. So, there you have it. The famous people this week are related to …

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  Ginjer Clarke writes weird, wonderful books for children that are fun and factful. These are books about strange and funny creatures, scary ones, and some that many people used to think were real, such as in her latest book, ARE DRAGONS REAL? In this interview, Ginjer talks about her beginning reader books and explains …

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  Hello, folks. This week we have a variety of books in different genres, but the books of note are really the non-fiction books. Each non-fiction book brings out a different aspect of life. For example, we have a cookbook by Christopher Kimball for those interested in the culinary arts. Speaking of art, Kevin Nealon’s …

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  Sy Montgomery is the author of non-fiction books for adults and children, each one about animals. In this interview, she talks about her latest book, The Hummingbird’s Gift, which is about two small hummingbirds that she and Brenda Sherburn nursed from infancy, feeding every 20 minutes. The book is also about the gift that …

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  Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to spotlight debut music history author Rik Forgo. I asked Rik to tell us briefly a little about himself and his writing, and this was his response:   My friends call me Rik. I’m a writer, editor, and entrepreneur. I started writing in high school for the …

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