Be a part of a historic literary event: the publication of a newly discovered novel, the earliest known work from Harper Lee, the beloved, bestselling author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, To Kill a Mockingbird. The book has a strict on-sale date of July 14 - and patrons attending one of these two special events will be among the first to lay hands on a copy! The Saratoga Springs event is SOLD OUT but you can still pre-order Go Set a Watchman. Reserve your copy now! (MORE INFORMATION).
Northshire is excited to launch our first annual Summer Reads in both of our stores!
We are challenging our customers to read 3 books selected by Northshire Bookstore over 3 months (June 2015 - August, 2015). Upon completion, turn in your bookmark by August 31, 2015 to either of our stores and you will receive a $15 gift card to Northshire Bookstore to use in our Manchester Center, Vermont store, our Saratoga Springs, New York store or online when placing an order. (MORE INFORMATION)
The Pinch is a place, a Jewish community; once thriving; now derelict within Memphis. This is a place of real mysticism wrapped in a cocoon of reality.This is a story of the Pinch that spans decades all in a day. Lenny,who works at the bookstore opens a book to find the main character is himself. Published 20 years before; the story unfurls Lenny's life from past to present and into the future. Through all of this Stern weave his spell of words craft and his love of History & mythology. ~ Reviewed by Maeve Noonan
Pulitzer Prize and National Book award winning author Tim Weiner serves up yet another riveting book, this time about the ruinous presidency of Richard Milhouse Nixon. With new information available, Weiner's meticulous research skills, insight and accessible writing style make this book the one to read if you really want to know the whole story of the calamity that was the Nixon presidency. ~ Reviewed by Erik Barnum
Published: Knopf Publishing Group - May 26th, 2015
In his latest novel, Bacigalupi leads readers into an all to plausible dystopian future where resources are scarce and the question on everyone's mind remains the same: what will happen when the water runs out? From would-be assassins, to journalists and Texas immigrants, everyone has a stake in the answer to this question. As the American Southwest continues to hemorrhage water and people become more desperate for dwindling resources, Bacigalupi plumbs the depths of humanity and emotional connections in a world that is increasingly predicated on the belief of every man for himself. ~ Reviewed by Cheryl Cornwell
The Manchester Riverwalk Association is is a citizen-led, non-profit organization with a mission to build, beautify, and maintain public pathways along the the Battenkill in Manchester, Vermont thereby enhancing vibrancy in the community, while creating a compelling recreational and cultural destination.