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Holiday Hours

We will be open Sunday, Dec. 14 and Sunday, December 21 from noon to 4pm for you shopping convenience. Stop by for all your last minute gifts or if you are just getting started….Don’t Panic! We are happy to help you find a great gift. Remember free gift wrapping. Not sure what to get??? OurContinue Reading

Lindbergh: The Tale of a Flying Mouse

When the mechanical mousetrap frightens the mice of Europe, one frightened mouse must learn to fly so he can escape to safety across the Atlantic Ocean. A tale of courage for everyone. Click on the book title below for a quick look at a beautiful new picture book. You and your little ones will loveContinue Reading

I’m Having So Much Fun Here Without You

I’m Having So Much Fun Here Without You by Courtney Maum We’ve all had relationship struggles. The strain imposed upon the marriage of Richard (the artist) and Anne-Laure (the attorney)due to her perceived indifference and his affair is palpable throughout the pages of this novel. Set in Paris and the countryside outside London, the scenesContinue Reading

Community Groups Bring Authors to Hampton in April

Tickets available at the store, or by calling 641-456-3339 with your credit card. When one hears about an “author tour” to promote a new book, it is usually limited to cities on the East and West Coasts. Occasionally an author might come to Chicago, but that is as close to Franklin County as they areContinue Reading

The Castle Behind Thorns – Pre-order now

The Castle Behind Thorns by Merrie Haskell 5/27/14 Katherine Tegen Books   Sand wakes up in a castle behind an impenetrable thorny hedge. He doesn’t know how he got there. His last memory was stopping at a shrine and asking its patron saint to deliver him from his father’s demand that he attend university. AllContinue Reading

Thorn Jack

Thorn Jack: A Night and Nothing Novel by Katherine Harbour June 2014 – Pre Order Now! Harper Voyager, Hard Cover, $25.99   It seems that the publisher of every new fantasy writer wants to draw a comparison between the newcomer and Neil Gaiman. I understand this. Neil’s fans are exceptionally loyal, and would outbid eachContinue Reading