4 responses to “A Golden Announcement on the Palouse”

  1. Andrea Wagner

    Thank you for keeping our small local book stores alive. I have started my holiday shopping at …and Books, too! in Clarkston, WA. I found SEEING TREES by Nancy R. Hugo for a favorite naturalist in our family. I also discovered A HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN 100 OBJECTS by Neil MacGregor for a collector of historic antiques. It is such fun to select the books for friends and family members and predict their enjoyment in the written words and photos. After reading Blue Heaven by C.J. Box I’m hooked and I am currently reading FREE FIRE:A Joe Pickett Novel. These books are such quick and engaging reads that I can hardly wait until the next book!

  2. Suzanne Malakoff

    Great to hear that a book lover’s dream has come true and that an independent book store can continue to be an asset to a local community. Just received your NWBookLovers.org, 2011 Holiday Books Guide. Just in time for gift shopping at Orca Books in Olympia, WA – one of my favorite places on Earth.

  3. Nancee Rostad

    I absolutely LOVE independent bookstores. My favorite local one is Park Place Books in Kirkland, WA. My other favorite is not quite local; however. Whenever we visit Cannon Beach, OR I hurry into Cannon Beach Books to see what’s new and notable. I just spent a lovely half hour browsing the books in the NWBookLovers.org, 2011 Holiday Books Guide – thanks for all the great holiday choices! Everyone on my gift list is getting a book or two this year ; )

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