MONTHLY NEWSLETTER: MAY
THE BOOKSTORE BULLETIN
Mouse Turns Two
On April 29th, 2022 our resident bookstore cat Mouse, aka Prince Fluffytail, turned two whole years old. Here are some thoughts from our fluffy friend:
“Hello bookstore family,
I want to thank everybody who pays attention to me, brings me treats, or enjoys my books. It’s not easy being bookstore royalty, but my adoring fans definitely make things wonderful for me.
This past year I’m especially thankful for my extended bookstore family who were so understanding when I retired from adventuring. The outside world isn’t for everycat, but I’m sure you’ll enjoy Annika’s weekly adventures just as much as mine.
Here's to another great year!”
MAY EVENT HIGHLIGHTS
Sat. May 14th from 1 to 3 PM
Author Patricia A. Jackson will be signing her
debut urban fantasy novel Forging a Nightmare.
Sat. May 28th from 1 to 3 PM
Local author Geri Krotow will be signing her two newest
romantic suspense novels:
Stranded in the Mountains and Stalking Colton’s Family.
Questions? Concerns? Contact:
MONTHLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS
~Review by Sam~
African Icons by Tracey Baptiste
African Icons is a great first look at the history of some of the greatest pre-colonial civilizations of the African continent and the people who made them great. From Egypt to Benin, from queens to playwrights, this book strives to give the first lesson about an often-overlooked part of ancient history. Though this book is geared towards a younger audience, older readers interested in beginning to learn about African history can still learn a lot from this talented author.
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