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We have all seen and worn hats of many types…baseball caps, cowboy hats, even stylish hats with brims. In this joyous book, we can see that anything can become a hat if we believe it can. A raspberry makes a fine hat for the end of your finger, an empty pudding cup is a great hat for your stuffed bear, and even a book or pajama pants can make a fun and unexpected hat for your head. This is such a fun book and perfect timing for National Hat Day on January 15th.

 

lisa RECOMMENDS:

 

We have all seen and worn hats of many types…baseball caps, cowboy hats, even stylish hats with brims. In this joyous book, we can see that anything can become a hat if we believe it can. A raspberry makes a fine hat for the end of your finger, an empty pudding cup is a great hat for your stuffed bear, and even a book or pajama pants can make a fun and unexpected hat for your head. This is such a fun book and perfect timing for National Hat Day on January 15th.

 

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nancy RECOMMENDS:

Nina Totenberg, journalist and NPR legend, has written a captivating memoir about her friendship with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Their friendship spanned an era of many momentous political and national events. The perspective and wisdom of these two legendary women and the warm friendship they shared is delightful and illuminating. 

Laura will be signing books in the store on December 3rd at 4:00– just in time for Holiday gifts! 

nancy RECOMMENDS:

Nina Totenberg, journalist and NPR legend, has written a captivating memoir about her friendship with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Their friendship spanned an era of many momentous political and national events. The perspective and wisdom of these two legendary women and the warm friendship they shared is delightful and illuminating. 

Laura will be signing books in the store on December 3rd at 4:00– just in time for Holiday gifts! 

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lori RECOMMENDS:

 I have placed BENEFICIENCE by Meredith Hall in so many customers hands, and there is no other book that they have returned to thank me for as much. It’s easy to see why Beneficence so profoundly moves readers and satisfies what they want in fiction. Hall’s story is universal, one of family loyalty and the different ways we process grief. It depicts the miraculous beauty of the natural world, and a family’s love of the land and the life they have labored to build on it. But more than anything it is Hall’s eloquent, resonant writing that uplifts readers and demonstrates how fiction can give new perspective and meaning to our own relationships and circumstances.

lori RECOMMENDS:

 I have placed BENEFICIENCE by Meredith Hall in so many customers hands, and there is no other book that they have returned to thank me for as much. It’s easy to see why Beneficence so profoundly moves readers and satisfies what they want in fiction. Hall’s story is universal, one of family loyalty and the different ways we process grief. It depicts the miraculous beauty of the natural world, and a family’s love of the land and the life they have labored to build on it. But more than anything it is Hall’s eloquent, resonant writing that uplifts readers and demonstrates how fiction can give new perspective and meaning to our own relationships and circumstances.

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Across the Pond: Ep. 50 - Maddie Mortimer, "Maps of Our Spectacular Bodies"

Across the Pond celebrates its 50th episode, and we talk to Maddie Mortimer about her polyphonic, visually imaginative novel, Maps of Our Spectacular Bodies, winner of the 2022 Desmond Elliott Prize.

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