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PERFECT! Signing on June 1st, Farmer's Market Opening Day!

Award-winning local author & illustrator Katherine Pryor will be here to read and sign her gorgeous new book, Bea's Bees.

Saturday, June 1st, 11 a.m.   Don't miss it!

 

Beatrix discovers a wild bumblebee nest on her way home from school and finds herself drawn to their busy world.  When her bees mysteriously disappear, Bea hatches a plan to bring them back.  Can she inspire her school and community to save them?  Some types of bees are in danger of disappearing forever, but ordinary people (and kids!) can help save them.  Filled with fascinating facts about bumblebees and ideas to help preserve their environment, Bea's Bees encourages kids to help protect bees adn other pollinators. 

What a wonderful book to help launch and celebrate the Magnolia Farmer's Market and SUMMER!  

 

Independent Bookstore Day 2019 AND Magnolia Art Walk

SEATTLE INDEPENDENT BOOKSTORE DAY is Saturday, April 27th.  Join the party!

--free gift with every purchase of $10.00 or more.

--free Bookstore logo bag with every purchase of $75.00 or more

--visiting author:  Molly Hashimoto, signing her new book: Birds of the West: An Artist's Guide. 4 to 6 p.m.

--snacks and treats all day!

--visit 2 other independent bookstores and get a 30% off coupon for the store of your choice

--visit all other local participating independent bookstores and earn 25% off at every store all year!

 

MAGNOLIA ART WALK is on the same day, 4 to 7 p.m. 

We will be open from 4 to 6, while Molly Hashimoto visits and signs her book.

 

 

2019 Magnolia Art Walks Begin on January 26th!

Visit the Bookstore and talk with Magnolia Resident Chuck Caruso, who has just published his second book:  The Meaning of Blood, and Other Tales of Perversity. 

Edgar Allen Poe scholar Chuck Caruso combines his deep roots in the American Gothic with his own contemporary sense of macabre humor. These sixteen stories of dark fiction range from crime thrillers to western noir to grotesque horror.  Each twisted tale displays his unique blend of wry prose, feverish storytelling, and tragically-flawed characters discovering that even the most innocent encounter can lead to death.  Or sex.  Or both.

This Saturday, January 26th, 4 to 7 p.m.   Please Come!

 

 

 

STORY TIME every Wednesday at 1:30

 






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