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Location: Charlotte, NC 28212, United States

Little Libraries

There are 3 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

6000 Conference Dr, Charlotte, NC 28212
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Dynasty Bookstore (2.2 miles)
5471 Central Ave, Charlotte, NC 28212
1848 Galleria Blvd Ste B, Charlotte, NC 28270
330 South Sharon Amity Rd, Charlotte, NC 28211
5935 Hickory Grove Road, Charlotte, NC 28215
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11100 Monroe Road, Matthews, NC 28105
2101 Carmel Road, Charlotte, NC 28226
230 Matthews Station St., Matthews, NC 28105
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Book Buyers (4.7 miles)
1308-F The Plaza, Charlotte, NC
1957 East 7th Street, Charlotte, NC 28204
7015 Morrison Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28211
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1623 Central Ave, Charlotte, NC 28205
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1361 Queens Rd, Charlotte, NC 28207
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6840 Matthews - Mint Hill Rd, Mint Hill, NC 28227
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1900 Selwyn Ave, Charlotte, NC 28207
White Rabbit Books (5.3 miles)
920 Central Ave, Charlotte, NC 28204
1220 Elizabeth Avenue, Charlotte, NC 28204
5141 Sharon Road, Charlotte, NC 28210
1201 Elizabeth Ave., Charlotte, NC 28235
3117 Whiting Ave., Charlotte, NC 28205
2800 Campus Ridge Road, Matthews, NC 28105
Park Road Books (5.8 miles)
4139 Park Rd, Charlotte, NC 28209
Realeyes Bookstore (5.9 miles)
3306 N Davidson St, Charlotte, NC 28205
Strapbooks Inc (5.9 miles)
1300 Old Pond Lane, Matthews, NC 28105
3327 Pineville-Matthews Rd, Charlotte, NC 28226

Local events

Feb
20
Book Signing by Danielle Gauwain
The Last Word, Saturday, February 20 at 11am
Silken Tide
by Danielle E. Gauwain

Mark has it all: a great job, a posh apartment in New York’s Upper West Side, and an attractive girlfriend to hang on the arm of his expensive suits. But when Mark’s world of power and pretty things gets turned upside down, he has no choice but to return to his hometown of Silk Cove to live with the father that he has not seen in nearly twenty years.

An aspiring artist with dreams of opening her own gallery, it only took Jessica six months in a big city to realize that Silk Cove was where she belonged. Even though she earns a meager wage as a waitress at a local diner, her simple life in Silk Cove suits her well. She has everything she needs…everything but love.

When Jessica and Mark’s worlds collide, sparks fly. But their romance is challenged by a string of unexplained events and Mark’s creed, born of abandonment and mistrust. Mark’s set of principles is put to the test when he must face who, and what, he is. Jessica must decide if love is worth a second, or even third chance.

Silken Tide is a paranormal tale of the sea, the soul, and a love worth fighting for from paranormal and erotic romance author Danielle E. Gauwain.

http://www.amazon.com/Danielle-E.-Gauwain/e/B006WTOLDA

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/silken-tide-danielle-e-gauwain/1122810234?ean=97...

https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/silken-tide/id1049603573?mt=11

http://www.lsbooks.com/silken-tide-p1066.php (thelastwordcharlotte)
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Feb
20
Race, Religion, and the Pulpit: A book talk with the author
Union County Public Library, Saturday, February 20 at 3pm
Dr. Robinson is an associate professor of African American religion at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church. (JohnWhit01)
Feb
21
Book Signing by Elizabeth A. Carlson
The Last Word, Sunday, February 21 at 1pm
North Carolina String Music Masters: Old-Time and Bluegrass Legends
by Elizabeth A. Carlson

About the Book:
The roots of American music are deeply grounded in North Carolina’s music history. North Carolina musicians pioneered and mastered the genres of old-time and bluegrass music. Doc Watson played mountain fiddle tunes on guitar. He emerged as the father of flatpicking and forever changed the role of the guitar in American music. Charlie Poole created techniques that eventually defined bluegrass, and folks around the state heard his banjo on some of the most important old-time recordings. Rising star Rhiannon Giddens keeps the music alive today through new interpretations of classic old-time and bluegrass songs. Elizabeth Carlson profiles these and other masters of string music in this fascinating record of North Carolina’s musical past, present and future.

About the Author:
Elizabeth A. Carlson is the founder and education director of Carolina Music Ways, a nonprofit group that educates North Carolina schoolchildren about their state’s diverse musical heritage. She holds degrees in English and American studies from Princeton University and in language and literacy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She lives with her husband in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. (thelastwordcharlotte)
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Feb
27
Book Signing by Cortney Donelson
The Last Word, Saturday, February 27 at 11am
Clay Jar Cracked
by Cortney Donelson

About the Book:
Clay Jar Cracked is the emotional and honest story of how one woman pushed logic, expectations, and her raging anger aside in order to lean on the only one who could save her marriage. Perhaps you will see yourself in her story. Perhaps you will see a friend. Clay Jar Cracked was written to help guide you and those you love through some of life’s most painful and traumatic experiences. Those who have faced financial ruin, the loss of a child, a daunting diagnosis, addiction, loss of faith, or a spouse’s secret and double life are like fragile jars made of clay. Each of these experiences leaves a crack in that jar. Some are wider and deeper than others, but each weakens the whole. As these cracks occur, how do we keep from shattering? Clay Jar Cracked provides bold, thoughtful, and compelling answers to these questions and more. It also suggests an answer to the most intriguing question of all: Could even the biggest cracks be worth it?

About the Author:
Cortney Donelson is an author, speaker, and marriage mentor living in the greater Charlotte area. She also writes a devotional blog which can be found at As a Clay Jar Her book is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and lulu.com in both print and e-reader (ex. Kindle, Nook) versions. (thelastwordcharlotte)
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Feb
29
Book Club Meeting
The Last Word, Monday, February 29 at 6:30pm
Kindred
by Octavia Butler

About our Book Club:
We will be reading literature, classics, non-fiction, graphic novels, and a smattering of science fiction. The book club will meet on the last Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m.

Join our group on Goodreads for updates & discussions!
https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/40527-the-last-word-book-club (thelastwordcharlotte)
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Mar
3
Jamie Mason
Park Road Books, Thursday, March 3 at 7pm
Jamie Mason was born in Oklahoma City, but grew up in Washington, DC. She’s most often reading and writing, but in the life left over, she enjoys films, Formula 1 racing, football, traveling, and, conversely, staying at home. Jamie lives with her husband and two daughters in the mountains of western North Carolina. (added from Simon & Schuster)
Mar
5
Book Signing by Kehlan Johnson
The Last Word, Saturday, March 5 at 1pm
The Agent
by Kehlan Johnson

About the Book:
Danieli Thames and Kristy Ferguson are veteran investigators at the Baltimore Federal Bureau of investigations. They've watched SNI and the Spainelli crime family for years. SNI is a global sporting agency based out of Baltimore and New York City. Danielli believes the Spainelli crime family in Madrid, Spain, are business partners with SNI. They're questioning whether SNI is involved with racketeering, illegal drugs, along with illegal gambling. A key witness working as an informant for Danieli Thames mysteriously commits suicide. Ironically, their witness worked for the agency presumably run by CEO Craig Phillips. Now SNI is searching for a replacement agent whom they can trust. Private financial investments, the scales of law, marital affairs, betrayal inside and outside of the bureau, murder, capital punishment, robbery, and suspense best describe this wonderfully written novel. (thelastwordcharlotte)… (more)
Mar
28
Book Club Meeting
The Last Word, Monday, March 28 at 6:30pm
The Humans: A Novel
by Matt Haig

About our Book Club:
We will be reading literature, classics, non-fiction, graphic novels, and a smattering of science fiction. The book club will meet on the last Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m.

Join our group on Goodreads for updates & discussions!
https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/40527-the-last-word-book-club (thelastwordcharlotte)
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