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Apollo 11's 50th Anniversary

“That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” With those words, 50 years ago on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong of Apollo 11 became the first man to set foot on the moon. For people born during the Space Race, this moment feels like yesterday, while for those born later, it feels like ancient history. Either way, the allure of exploration is something that binds all ages together. Below are some of our books highlighting the Apollo mission and the efforts of those who made it possible.

Small Press Spotlight: COUNTERPOINT


COUNTERPOINT was created in 2007 through the acquisition of three notable independent presses: Counterpoint, Shoemaker & Hoard, and Soft Skull Press. In 2008, the company began publishing two imprints, Counterpoint and Soft Skull Press. In 2016, Counterpoint merged with Catapult, an independent press and publisher of an award-winning online magazine.

Year Two Bestsellers to be revealed this Saturday!

The seasons have come and spun the wheel again, and it is just a few more days until we are celebrating our second anniversary. We have learned a lot in our sophomore year, and quite a bit of that has been centered around what our customers love to read. 


Iconic Children’s Book Character Creates Summertime Fun to Support the Movement to “Shop Local”

Where’s Waldo? In Dallas, of course! The iconic children’s book character in the red-and-white-striped shirt and black-rimmed specs is visiting 20 local businesses in our community this July. Find Waldo Local is a great summer vacation activity and a wonderful way to support local businesses and the Shop Local movement. 

Independence Day Reads

There’s something uniquely American in the celebration of Independence Day, beginning with the day we choose to commemorate. Independence is not celebrated with the anniversary of victory at Yorktown or the signing of the Treaty of Paris. Rather, it is the day of the people’s Declaration of Independence, the day the founders decided we would no longer be a colony of Britain. That stubborn self-reliance has woven itself into the very tapestry of our nation. To celebrate the revolutionary nature of our founding and our freedom, here are some of our favorites.

Beach Reads

We wait all year for the languid days of summer. As kids, we spent time with our friends or siblings, running amuck and spinning tales under the canopy of pecan trees and drinking from the garden hose until our moms let us back into the house for dinner. Or, if we were lucky enough, we could ride our bikes to the pool for some delicious respite from the heat.  Now, with our families and friends spread across the country, spending time on vacation at the seaside or lake during those hot months is no less precious.

Pride Recommendations

50 years have passed since the Stonewall Uprising and the start of Pride. While access to equal rights for the LGBTQIA+ community has greatly improved, suspicion and resentment still surrounds some members of the community. Because it’s important for those without other outlets to have a safe space to read and see stories that include them, this month we feature fiction and nonfiction favorites, spanning all ages, with characters who are LGBTQIA+.

Bienvenidos to our new INTERABANG Kid’s section!


We have had many requests for dual- language books for children since we opened our doors almost two years ago. We have also had the honor of hosting “Storytime with Marissa”, a once-a-month Spanish/English storytime for kids which has been a huge success. We are now thrilled to announce that we have officially added a Kid’s Dual Language section to our Interabang Kid’s area. We will be adding new books to it all the time. Here are a few of the books you can find on our shelves right now.


The literary world is abuzz about Casey Cep’s book, FURIOUS HOURS, which explores Harper Lee’s final, unpublished work and the Alabama murder trial that inspired Ms. Lee to spend years investigating the case and penning pages upon pages of prose about it. Ms. Lee called her work-in-progress “The Reverend,” and it was to be the culmination of her creative career, coming seventeen years after “To Kill a Mockingbird” and twelve since publication of her friend Truman Capote’s “In Cold Blood,” which she helped him research. Ms. Cep examines the racially charged trial, the enigmatic Ms.


We have the recipe for fun here in the Interabang Kid’s area. Come by to see our new display of books featuring food and all things delicious. Whether you are looking for a cookbook, a silly book about popcorn, a classic about a hungry caterpillar, or a touching story about the traditions of a grandfather bringing bagels to his grandson, Here are just some of the scrumptious books you will find on display now at Interabang Kid’s.


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