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Children's and Young Adult Books for Hispanic Heritage Month

First enacted in 1968 by Lyndon Johnson, and later expanded in 1988 by Ronald Reagan, Hispanic Heritage month pays tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans who have positively influenced and enriched our nation and society. Currently, one fifth of the United States population is Hispanic and the contributions made by this segment of our people is immeasurable.

One of our goals at Interabang books is to feature books that we feel reflect the diverse, global and modern world in which we live— books that elevate, enlighten and bring delight to readers.

A Loss That Every Loss Fits Inside: Thoughts on Forrest Gander’s BE WITH

What's on the Nightstand: Skip Hollandsworth

At Interabang Books we love to ask our customers what they’re reading. We share some of their answers in What's on the Nightstand, a feature focused on what our friends in the community have been reading (or intend to).

YA Authors to Watch in August

August is made for pools, parties, and procrastinating on summer reading. At Interabang we're all about avoiding books with other books. Check out these awesome YA authors visiting the store this month with stories of romance, fantasy, and kick-butt women who don't take names!

Introducing The Great American Read (presented by KERA)

What is The Great American Read?

An eight-part television series about the ways America reads and relates to stories and literature, as understood by a list of 100 great books. In this series created by PBS and presented by KERA, we’ll hear from authors, critics, and readers of diverse backgrounds about what makes a story powerful and important, and why we return to our favorite books.

Small Press Spotlight: Archipelago Books

Interabang's book buyers look for releases that push boundaries and break down walls between communities and languages. One small press that seems to specialize in this type of literature is Archipelago Books of Brooklyn, NY. Every year they release new and classic works in translation, opening a window to a world of literature outside our preconceived notions of narrative and voice.

Check out these titles from our Archipelago Books spotlight table, and visit the store to check out the rest of our selection!

What's on the Nightstand: Lee Cullum

At Interabang Books we love to ask our customers what they’re reading. We share some of their answers in What’s on the Nightstand, a feature focused on what our friends in the community have been reading (or intend to).

Summer '18 Where's Waldo Search!

Find Waldo!

Everyone loves the iconic character Waldo and his uncanny ability to hide right before our eyes. We are thrilled to be joining independent bookstores around the country this July for the annual Find Waldo interactive search.

Interabang Books has partnered with local businesses where you can pick up a Waldo Passport that will show you where to search for him. Then you can go to each location to find Waldo hiding among somewhere on the store. Get your passport stamped when you find him in each business!

Q&A with the Artist Behind Interabang's Iconic Bookmarks

Interabang Books is known in DFW for our great book selection, our inviting store, and our iconic bookmarks. Offered with every book purchase, our bookmarks have quickly become something of a collectable commodity in the Metroplex. Visitors to the store often ask who designs our fabulous seasonal bookmarks-- the answer is a local artist who's left her mark on Dallas's design scene.

Featured Table: Books for Dad on Father's Day

Father. Papá. Pop. Da-Da. The Man, the Myth, the Legend. Dad. They go by many names because no one word can capture the essence of the mysterious dads of our lives. Are they quietly thinking about the nature of the universe? Or are they trying to remember the Cowboys' back-up quarterback in 1979? We'll never know.

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