We just want to remind our customers that our poetry offer continues for six more days–through the end of National Poetry Month. The offer is good for 15% off of all poetry in the store, even the rare and special … Continue reading
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Today, rather than sharing more of our inventory, we thought we’d share a link to a lovely profile in Tiny Town Times. The subject is none other than Jack Goldman, who has owned and operated The Bookery for forty years. … Continue reading
In honor of Earth Day we’re sharing a few books from our nature shelves. This recently acquired set, The Illustrated Natural History, features stunning black and white engravings. If you’re interested in reading about sustainability and how we might all … Continue reading
Since we just acquired a few new books featuring the art of Helen Siegl, we’ve got woodcut illustrations on our minds today. Featured here are a few new additions, as well as some special editions from Elfriede Abbe.
It’s always wonderful when we acquire a new group of books to add to our classical studies shelves. This selection from the Loeb Classical Library series is a welcome addition to the store.
Maybe it’s too late for maple sugar this year, but is it ever too early to start preparing for the next season? We combed our ecology shelves for some wonderful finds about homesteading.
We’re quite smitten by these stunning Asian art books. If you find yourself inspired by all the fresh air and new blooms, there are a few technique books in this bunch to nurture your artistic endeavors.
Fan of Tarzan or of Mars adventurer John Carter? We’ve just added a stack of Edgar Rice Burroughs books to our inventory. Within that stack are first editions, rare editions, and later paperback printings, so whatever your level of interest, … Continue reading
Searching for something to read on these warmer days? Here are a few suggestions from our fiction shelves.
This is not your average cookbook! Full of recipes, beautiful photos, and testimonials from entomologists and chefs, this book extols the virtues of eating insects. What do you think? Would you give any of these recipes a try?