Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

The little bookstore that's bigger on the inside

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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  Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday spotlight on Picture Book  Author Adam Rubin.  Most of his books are about eating snacks.  The first question I asked was,  where can people find your work? (Besides Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester–though they should totally check here first!) You can probably find …

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Answer: They are the protagonists of this week’s new releases for readers of picture books, middle grade titles, and young adult literature, each with a very different focus, and each one with a tale to tell. OGILVY by Deborah Underwood and T.L. McBeth –  When Ogilvy moves to a new town, the possibilities feel endless. …

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Our restock shipments this week have included a nice spread of titles from the WHO IS / WHO WAS / WHAT IS / WHERE IS series from Penguin Workshop.  Just in time for educators to use in their coursework planning for upcoming theme months, these books sell quickly and have a dedicated following.   This …

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Here at our little bookstore that’s bigger on the inside, we always get some fabulous trade-ins and donations of gently used children’s books, which we then pass on to our customers at low prices.  However. these last few weeks we’ve been unpacking shipments and changing up displays to make even more room for new books …

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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 2018 recommendations of gifts for the winter holidays. William Joyce is a shining star in children’s literature, both for his picture books and his chapter books for advanced middle readers and …

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This week’s books for kids and teens include, as always, some new releases and some restocking of old favourites. Recent entries in the WHO IS? WHAT IS? WHERE IS? series include Aretha Franklin, the Dalai Lama, and the Solar System.   Virginia Lee Burton has written some of the best-loved picture books in America, and …

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This week’s frontlist and backlist for adults and kids in picture books, middle reader titles, young adult books, graphic novels, fiction and non-fiction paperbacks and hardcovers, and British science fiction audio, magazines, and accessories: OCTAVIA E. BUTLER – DAWN LIN-MANUEL MIRANDA – G’MORNING G’NIGHT MARGARET ATWOOD – THE HANDMAID’S TALE JARRETT KROSOCZKA – HEY KIDDO …

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Thank you to everyone who came out for our fabulous events this week! We had a full house for Paul Tremblay, but there still are a very few signed copies of The Cabin at the End of the World available. We also had a fun time with our Doctor Who Discussion Night and our How …

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As February ends and March begins this week, we’re slowly starting our transition into spring—hooray! We at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester are certainly love more days where we can sit in the sun (or under a tree or umbrella) with a good story…or six. Also coming with March is the release of the new …

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