We're celebrating Romance and Happy Endings, and those that love them today with national Bookstore Romance Day! Bookstore Romance Day is a day designed to give independent bookstores an opportunity to celebrate Romance fiction—its books, readers, and writers—and to strengthen the relationships between bookstores and the Romance community.
"Andrews’ wonderful Down from the Mountain is deeply informed by personal experience and made all the stronger by his compassion and measured thoughts... Welcome and impressive work.” —Barry Lopez
The story of a grizzly bear named Millie: her life, death, and cubs, and what they reveal about the changing character of the American West
The brilliant insights of educator and author Stephen Davenport truly shine in this series based around a tight-knit private school community.
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Saving Miss Olivers: The fate of the beloved school is hanging in the balance...
From the author of Work Like Any Other (longlisted for the Man Booker Prize and the Center for Fiction's First Novel Prize) comes an incredibly compulsive, poignant exploration of marriage, lust, and ambition.
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Country Bookshelf's own Teen Advisory Corps is excited to welcome local author Justin Olson for a talk about his first novel, Earth to Charlie.
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We are honored to be hosting David Sedaris AGAIN. Celebrate the paperback release of Calypso with an author reading and book signing on Tuesday, June 18th at 7pm.
Tickets are required for the reading portion of the evening, but everyone - ticket or not - will be able to meet Mr. Sedaris and get a book signed.
Join us for an evening with Susan Purvis, author of the Nautilius Award Silver Medal Winner Go Find: My Journey to Find the Lost--and Myself, her memoir of finding herself while working with avalanche dogs to rescue adventurers trapped beneath the snow. Somewhere between hunting for gold in Latin America as a geologist and getting married to a new husband, thirty-three-year-old Susan Purvis loses her way.
Join us for a riveting evening with local author and MSU Alumnus Jim Williams as he shares his new book The Path of the Puma. Pumas (also known as cougars, mountain lions, and ghost cats) are the least familiar of North and South America's big cats. Seldom-seen loners, their numbers are growing even as other species diminish. In Path of the Puma, biologist Jim Williams shares his knowledge, acquired over years spent tracking and studying the cats from Canada to South America.