Category Archives: children’s books

Books (and ephemera) make the best gifts!

While you’re out searching for just-the-right gifts for your loved ones, stop by and see us – we have something for everyone!  We’re a pleasant ride down Route 10 where you can avoid all the craziness and take your time … Continue reading

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March/Featured Book: James Herriot’s Favorite Dog Stories

The pseudonym of James Wight, an actual veterinarian, “James Herriot” published many volumes of journalistic stories about his daily adventures in 1940s and 50s Yorkshire, England. Descriptive, humorous, and always redeeming, his writings based on true characters and events have … Continue reading

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We’re Festive and Cheery Inside…

Come on In and See! Books Make the Best Gifts!!  We have cheap (inexpensive), unique cards, gift wrap and labels too for one-stop shopping convenience.  We’ll even let you use our tape dispenser if you’re in a hurry:) -ng

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Happy New Year!

Our first post of 2013! Hope 2012 ended well for everyone. It was definitely busy here at the Old Library with lots of holiday shoppers coming in to visit! Now we’re ready to get ourselves in order for the New … Continue reading

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Summer (Literary) Love

No, this post isn’t about Romance novels-though we have plenty. It’s about the love of summer and hopefully a little extra time to indulge in some reading. That being said, Happy Summer! We have tons of books of course, but … Continue reading

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For Maurice: A Firefly

It is a beautiful Mother’s Day in New England, making it a difficult day for lamentations, even over the passing of one of my favorite illustrators. Indeed Maurice Sendak, who passed away this past Tuesday, had long claimed to be … Continue reading

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