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Location: Dover, VT 05341, United States

Little Libraries

There are 4 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

Dover Free Library (0.1 miles)
22 Holland Road, Dover, VT 05341
R. & S. Kurland (2.9 miles)
59 Davis Drive, Wilmington, VT 05363
Bear Book Shop (6.1 miles)
564 Butterfield Rd, Brattleboro, VT 05301
123 West Main Street (Route 9 West), Wilmington, VT 05363
Bartleby's Books (6.2 miles)
17 W Main St, Wilmington, Vermont 05363
16 S. Main Street, Wilmington, VT 05363
170 Main Street, Wardsboro, VT 05355
23 West Street, Newfane, Vermont 05345
47 West Street, Newfane, VT 05345
2582 South Road, Marlboro, Vermont 05344-0300
156 West Street, West Dummerston, VT 05357
1971 Route 30, Townshend, VT 05353
2948 Route 100, Jacksonville, VT 05342
17 Depot St., Jamaica, VT 05343
1 Kipling Rd., Brattleboro, VT 05301
LibraryThing is collection-aware
147 Orchard Street, Brattleboro, VT 05301
2 Lower Taylor Hill Road, Bondville, VT 05340
Cornucopia (13.4 miles)
34 Myrtle Street, Brattleboro, VT 05301
301 Phelps Road, Readsboro, VT 05350
224 Main St, Brattleboro, VT 05301
4024 Guilford Center Road, Guilford, VT 05301
Baskets Bookstore (13.9 miles)
48 Harmony Place, Brattleboro, VT 05301
Slow Living Summit (13.9 miles)
Main St., Brattleboro, VT 05301
Everyone's Books (13.9 miles)
25 Elliot St., Brattleboro, VT 05301
Brattleboro Books (13.9 miles)
34-36 Elliot Street, Brattleboro, VT 05301

Local events

Aug
20
Fiber & More
The Martha Canfield Library, Wednesday, August 20 at 1pm
Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month from 1 - 3 pm, folks gather in the meeting room to work on their knitting, crocheting, or whatever strikes their fancy. The fabric and thread of flying, there's talk and laughter. Everyone is welcome, No registration is reguired, just drop in. (mysterymax)
Aug
20
Northshire Saratoga We Are Not Too Old for This Reading Group
Northshire Bookstore, Wednesday, August 20 at 6:30pm
The Northshire WeAreNotTooOldForThis Reading Group will meet at the Around the Corner Cafe on Wednesday, August 20th at 6:30 pm to discuss Tsarina by J. Nelle Patrick.

If you are a member of this reading group, please stop by The Northshire Bookstore to pick up your reserved copy of this title (and receive a 20% discount).

We are welcoming new members!

Please contact Paige Mushaw, pmushaw@northshire.com for more information and to register for this reading group.

Location: Street: Around the Corner Cafe Additional: 422 Broadway City: Saratoga Springs, Province: New York Postal Code: 12866 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Aug
21
Northshire Saratoga Truth and Tales Reading Group
Northshire Bookstore, Thursday, August 21 at 6:30pm
The Truth and Tales Reading Group will meet at the Around the Corner Cafe on Thursday, August 21st at 6:30pm to discuss The third plate, by Dan Barber.

If you are a member of this reading group, please stop by The Northshire Bookstore to pick up your reserved copy of this title (and receive a 20% discount).

We currently have so many excited readers that this group is full. For more information about the group or to be put on the waiting list please contact ReadingGroupsNY@northshire.com.

Location: Street: Around the Corner Cafe Additional: 422 Broadway City: Saratoga Springs, Province: New York Postal Code: 12866 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Aug
21
Saratoga: Edward Kanze "Adirondack: Life and Wildlife in the Wild Wild East"
Northshire Bookstore, Thursday, August 21 at 7pm
When Ed Kanze moved to the Adirondacks in 2000, he was moving to an area his ancestors had been connected to since 1797. It was like coming home, even though he had grown up in New York’s Westchester County and had traveled and worked all over the country and abroad. In his new memoir, Adirondack: Life and Wildlife in the Wild, Wild East, he brings the unique history of this area to life by sharing stories about many of his ancestors, including an aunt who was treated for tuberculosis at a sanatorium and a great-great-grandfather, who owned tanneries, a lumber business, and a hotel, and who also served as a judge and assemblyman. A naturalist and licensed Adirondack guide, Kanze got his love of the outdoors from his beloved grandfather, who took him on long fishing trips when he was a kid. In addition to the history in Adirondack, he also provides a crash course in Adirondack geology, climate, flora, and fauna.

Location: Street: 424 Broadway Additional: City: Saratoga Springs, Province: New York Postal Code: 12866 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Aug
22
Manchester: Gary G. Shattuck "Insurrection, Corruption and Murder in Early Vermont: Life on the Wild Northern Frontier"
Northshire Bookstore, Friday, August 22 at 6pm
During America's Early Republic, the pastoral villages and forests of Vermont were anything but peaceful. Conflict raged along the Canadian border, as international tensions prompted Thomas Jefferson to ban American exports to France and Great Britain. Some Vermonters turned to smuggling. Federal seizure of a boat called the "Black Snake" went deadly wrong--three men were killed that day, and another died later in the state's first hanging execution. The outbreak of the War of 1812 brought thousands of troops, along with drunkenness, disease and a general disregard of civil rights, including the imposition of extra-legal military trials. Using his extensive knowledge of the law, author Gary Shattuck sheds new light on this riotous era.

Gary Shattuck is a retired prosecutor (U.S. Department of Justice), having served thirty-five years in the law enforcement field, including work as a state police officer and legal advisor to Kosovo and Iraq governments. A magna cum laude graduate of the Vermont Law School, he is currently pursuing a master’s degree in military history, concentrating on the American Revolution.

Location: Street: 4869 Main St Additional: City: Manchester Center, Province: Vermont Postal Code: 05255 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Aug
22
Saratoga: Tom Calarco "The Search for the Underground Railroad in Upstate New York"
Northshire Bookstore, Friday, August 22 at 7pm
An author presentation on a fascinating piece of local history, complete with images from the book.

Because of its clandestine nature, much of the history of the Underground Railroad remains shrouded in secrecy--so much so that some historians have even doubted its importance. After decades of research, Tom Calarco recounts his experiences compiling evidence to give credence to the legend's oral history in upstate New York. As the Civil War loomed and politicians from the North and South debated the fate of slavery, brave New Yorkers risked their lives to help fugitive slaves escape bondage. Whites and blacks alike worked together on the Underground Railroad, using ingenious methods of communication and tactics to stay ahead of the slave master and bounty hunter. Especially after the passage of the Fugitive Slave Act, conscientious residents doubled their efforts to help runaways reach Canada. Join Calarco on this journey of discovery of one of the noblest endeavors in American history.

Location: Street: 424 Broadway Additional: City: Saratoga Springs, Province: New York Postal Code: 12866 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Aug
23
Saratoga Kids: Anika and Christopher Denise "Baking Day at Grandma's"
Northshire Bookstore, Saturday, August 23 at 11am
Join us for the book launch of a delightful new picture book.

Husband and wife author and illustrator Anika and Christopher Denise will read their new picture book "Baking Day at Grandma's." This charming story is the perfect way to celebrate the special relationship between a child and senior. Three bouncing bear siblings hop their way through heaps of snow to Grandma’s in a delightful family tale. School and Library Journal raved “This gentle story will leave children feeling warm and fuzzy. It’s perfect for individual sharing, story time, baking time, and pretty much any time.”

After the reading, Anika will encourage kids to try baking with their families (with plenty of adult help of course) - and then send them off on a treasure hunt to find special wooden spoons that some mischievous little bears cubs have hidden them all over the store. Some lucky cubs will even win a special treat bag!

Location: Street: 424 Broadway Additional: City: Saratoga Springs, Province: New York Postal Code: 12866 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Aug
23
Manchester: Garret Keizer "Getting Schooled: The Reeducation of an American Teacher"
Northshire Bookstore, Saturday, August 23 at 6pm
In this powerful, eloquent story of his return to the classroom, a former teacher offers a rousing defense of his beleaguered vocation. Perhaps no profession is so constantly discussed, regulated, and maligned by non-practitioners as teaching. The voices of the teachers themselves are conspicuously missing. Defying this trend, teacher and writer Garret Keizer takes us to school—literally—in this arresting account of his return to the same rural Vermont high school where he taught fourteen years ago. At once fiercely critical and deeply contemplative, Keizer exposes the obstacles that teachers face daily—and along the way takes aim at some cherished cant: that public education is doomed, that the heroic teacher is the cure for all that ails education, that educational reform can serve as a cheap substitute for societal reformation.

Angry, humorous, and always hopeful, Getting schooled is as good an argument as we are likely to hear for a substantive reassessment of our schools and those who struggle in them.

Garret Keizer is the author, most recently, of Privacy and The Unwanted Sound of Everything We Want. A contributing editor at Harper’s magazine and a former Guggenheim Fellow, he has written for Lapham’s Quarterly,The Los Angeles Times, Mother Jones, The New Yorker, The New York Times, and The Washington Post, among other publications. He lives in Vermont.

Location: Street: 4869 Main St Additional: City: Manchester Center, Province: Vermont Postal Code: 05255 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Aug
26
Saratoga Kids: Jack Knowlton "A Horse Named Funny Cide"
Northshire Bookstore, Tuesday, August 26 at 11am
Jack Knowlton, co-author of the book, racing manager of Funny Cide, and operating manager of Sackatoga Stables will read this charming picture book about the beloved horse. Knowlton will talk about Funny Cide, and sign copies of the book.

When Funny Cide was born, not too many people noticed. He seemed too small for a racehorse, especially one who could win the biggest race of all—the Kentucky Derby. But like any race, once the Derby starts any horse can win.

With the love and support of an old-time trainer, a down-on-his-luck jockey, and a group of high school buddies who bought Funny Cide just for fun, the little horse grew into a powerhouse thoroughbred. And on Derby day, it was Funny Cide who sailed across the finish line first.

Funny Cide’s courageous run won him a nation of fans and the Eclipse Award for Horse of the Year - A Horse Named Funny Cide is the perfect book for horse lovers of all ages.

Location: Street: 424 Broadway Additional: City: Saratoga Springs, Province: New York Postal Code: 12866 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Aug
26
Deadout
Mystery on Main Street, Tuesday, August 26 at 7pm
Meet Jon McGoran as he reads from his new thriller novel Deadout, the sequel to Drift. (added from Macmillan)
Aug
27
Northshire Saratoga End of the World Reading Group
Northshire Bookstore, Wednesday, August 27 at 6:30pm
The End of the World Reading Group will meet at the Around the Corner Cafe on August 27 at 6:30 pm to discuss The Passage By Justin Cronin.

If you are a member of this reading group, please stop by The Northshire Bookstore to pick up your reserved copy of this title (and receive a 20% discount).

We currently have so many excited readers that this group is full. For more information about the group or to be put on the waiting list please contact ReadingGroupsNY@northshire.com.

Location: Street: Around the Corner Cafe Additional: 422 Broadway City: Saratoga Springs, Province: New York Postal Code: 12866 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Aug
28
Northshire Poetry Reading Group
Northshire Bookstore, Thursday, August 28 at 6pm
The Northshire Poetry Reading Group will meet on Wednesday August 27th at 5pm in the bookstore conference room for a discussion of : Moon Before Morning by W. S. Merwin.

If you are a member of this reading group, please stop by the bookstore to pick up your reserved copy of this month's title and receive a 20% discount.

For further information or to join this group please contact Claire revclairenorth@mac.com

Location: Street: Northshire Bookstore Conference Room Additional: 4869 Main Street City: Manchester Center, Province: Vermont Postal Code: 05255 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Aug
29
Saratoga Kids: Dottie Pepper "Bogey Tees Off: A Lesson About Bullying"
Northshire Bookstore, Friday, August 29 at 11am
Join Dottie Pepper, formerly the number one ranked golfer in the world, and now a broadcaster for ESPN and picture book author for a story time and signing.

Bogey Ballton is attending Best Ball School in an attempt to earn his tour card. Because he is a range ball, Bogey becomes an easy target for a group of bullies until the other students, led by Bogey’s bully busting gal pal Daisy, stand up and put a stop to the bullying.

A portion of the book’s proceeds will go to help support The LPGA Foundation, whose mission is to empower and support girls and women through developmental and humanitarian golf initiatives

Location: Street: 424 Broadway Additional: City: Saratoga Springs, Province: New York Postal Code: 12866 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Aug
29
Manchester: Yannick Murphy "This is the Water"
Northshire Bookstore, Friday, August 29 at 7pm
This Is the Water: At a swim meet in their quiet New England town, Annie watches as her daughters glide through the water. Her thoughts drift lazily from whether she fed her daughters enough carbs that morning to why her husband doesn't kiss her anymore, to Paul, a swim-team parent, who's taken notice of her and seems to embody everything she's beginning to think her life is missing. When a girl on the team is murdered at a nearby highway rest stop--the same spot where Paul made a gruesome discovery years ago--Annie and her fellow swim-parents find themselves adrift. With a serial killer too close for comfort, they must make choices about where their loyalties lie. And as a series of shocking events unfolds, Annie must discover what it means to follow her intuition--even if love, as well as lives, could be lost. Yannick Murphy is the author of The Call; Signed, Mata Hari; Here They Come; and The Sea of Trees, as well as two story collections and several children's books. She is the recipient of a Whiting Writers' Award, a National Endowment for the Arts Award, a Chesterfield Screenwriting Award, a Pushcart Prize, and the Laurence L. & Thomas Winship/PEN New England Award. Her work has appeared in The Best American Nonrequired Reading and The O. Henry Prize Stories. She lives in Vermont with her husband and children.

Location: Street: 4869 Main St Additional: City: Manchester Center, Province: Vermont Postal Code: 05255 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Aug
30
Saratoga: Yannick Murphy "This is the Water"
Northshire Bookstore, Saturday, August 30 at 7pm
At a swim meet in their quiet New England town, Annie watches as her daughters glide through the water. Her thoughts drift lazily from whether she fed her daughters enough carbs that morning to why her husband doesn't kiss her anymore, to Paul, a swim-team parent, who's taken notice of her and seems to embody everything she's beginning to think her life is missing.

When a girl on the team is murdered at a nearby highway rest stop--the same spot where Paul made a gruesome discovery years ago--Annie and her fellow swim-parents find themselves adrift. With a serial killer too close for comfort, they must make choices about where their loyalties lie. And as a series of shocking events unfolds, Annie must discover what it means to follow her intuition--even if love, as well as lives, could be lost.

Yannick Murphy is the author of The Call; Signed, Mata Hari; Here They Come; and The Sea of Trees, as well as two story collections and several children's books. She is the recipient of a Whiting Writers' Award, a National Endowment for the Arts Award, a Chesterfield Screenwriting Award, a Pushcart Prize, and the Laurence L. & Thomas Winship/PEN New England Award. Her work has appeared in The Best American Nonrequired Reading and The O. Henry Prize Stories. She lives in Vermont with her husband and children.

Location: Street: 424 Broadway Additional: City: Saratoga Springs, Province: New York Postal Code: 12866 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Aug
31
Saratoga: Susan Elizabeth Phillips "Heroes Are My Weakness"
Northshire Bookstore, Sunday, August 31 at 6pm
New York Times bestselling author - and romance superstar - Susan Elizabeth Phillips will read from her new novel - a book packed with her sassy wit and dazzling charm

He's a reclusive writer whose imagination creates chilling horror novels. She's a down-on-her-luck actress reduced to staging kids' puppet shows. He knows a dozen ways to kill his characters with his bare hands. She knows a dozen ways to kill an audience with laughs. But she's not laughing now.

Annie Hewitt has arrived on Peregrine Island in the middle of a snowstorm and at the end of her resources. She's broke, dispirited, but not quite ready to give up. Her red suitcases hold the puppets she uses to make her living: sensible Dilly, spunky Scamp, and Leo, the baddest of bad guys. Her puppets, the romantic novels she loves, and a little bit of courage are all she has left.

Annie couldn't be more ill prepared for what she finds when she reaches Moonraker Cottage or for the man who dwells in Harp House, the mysterious mansion that hovers above the cottage. When she was a teenager, he betrayed her in a way she can never forget or forgive. Now they're trapped together on a frozen island along with a lonely widow, a mute little girl, and townspeople who don't know how to mind their own business.

Is he the villain she remembers, or has he changed? Her head says no. Her heart says yes.

It's going to be a long, hot winter.

Location: Street: 424 Broadway Additional: City: Saratoga Springs, Province: New York Postal Code: 12866 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
3
Northshire Women Read
Northshire Bookstore, Wednesday, September 3 at 6pm
The Northshire Women Read group will meet at The Inn at Manchester on Wednesday September 3rd at 6pm for a discussion of The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd.

If you are a member of this reading group, please stop by The Northshire Bookstore to pick up your reserved copy of this title (and receive a 20% discount)

Our reading group is currently filled with enthusiastic readers and not taking any new members, but we would love to invite you to join us at a later date. Please email Amy apalmer@northshire.com to join a waiting list

Location: Street: The Inn At Manchester Additional: 3967 Main Street City: Manchester Center, Province: Vermont Postal Code: 05255 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
4
Manchester: James Howard Kunstler "A History of the Future: A World Made by Hand Novel"
Northshire Bookstore, Thursday, September 4 at 7pm
A History of the Future is the third thrilling novel in Kunstler’s World Made By Hand series, an exploration of family and morality as played out in the small town of Union Grove.

Following the catastrophes of the twenty-first century—the pandemics, the environmental disaster, the end of oil, the ensuing chaos—people are doing whatever they can to get by and pursuing a simpler and sometimes happier existence. In little Union Grove in upstate New York, the townspeople are preparing for Christmas. Without the consumerist shopping frenzy that dogged the holidays of the previous age, the season has become a time to focus on family and loved ones. It is a stormy Christmas Eve when Robert Earle’s son Daniel arrives back from his two years of sojourning throughout what is left of the United States. He collapses from exhaustion and illness, but as he recovers tells the story of the break-up of the nation into three uneasy independent regions and his journey into the dark heart of the New Foxfire Republic centered in Tennesee and led by the female evangelical despot, Loving Morrow. In the background, Union Grove has been shocked by the Christmas Eve double murder by a young mother, in the throes of illness, of her husband and infant son. Town magistrate Stephen Bullock is in a hanging mood.

A History of the Future is attention-grabbing and provocative, but also lyrical, tender, and comic—a vision of a future of America that is becoming more and more convincing and perhaps even desirable with each passing day.

James Howard Kunstler is the author of World Made By Hand,The Long Emergency, The Geography of Nowhere, Home From Nowhere, and The City in Mind. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic Monthly, Metropolis, Rolling Stone, Playboy, and many other periodicals. Kunstler's popular blog, Clusterf**k Nation, is published every Monday morning at kunstler.com and his weekly podcast, The KunstlerCast, is refreshed every Thursday.

Location: Street: 4869 Main St Additional: City: Manchester Center, Province: Vermont Postal Code: 05255 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
6
Saratoga Kids: Pirates and Fairies Party
Northshire Bookstore, Saturday, September 6 at 11am
Bring your favorite little pirates and fairies to the bookstore for a morning of fun games, crafts and stories with our booksellers. Creative costumes are strongly encouraged!

Location: Street: 424 Broadway Additional: City: Saratoga Springs, Province: New York Postal Code: 12866 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
Sep
7
Manchester: a presentation with Melissa Riegel-Garrett, Executive Director of the VT Association for the Education of Young Children
Northshire Bookstore, Sunday, September 7 at 3pm
Most Vermonters don't know that 80% of a child’s brain develops by age 3, and 90% by age five, laying a foundation for future learning and skill-building. Quality early experiences from day one help our children develop the strong mental foundations they need to succeed in school, relationships, and the workforce. That's why Let's Grow Kids, a three-year public awareness campaign, is focused on educating Vermonters about the importance of the earliest years in the lives of Vermont's children. Come listen to a presentation about why 40-50% of Vermont's children are not prepared for kindergarten. Getting our kids ready for school means more than helping with their ABC's, packing their lunches and filling their backpacks. Rather, it's about providing strong, positive relationships so babies develop trust, empathy and self-esteem; ensuring quality learning experiences in a safe and stable environment; and feeding our children a nutritious diet. Melissa Riegel-Garrett, Executive Director of the Vermont Association for the Education of Young Children, will share what you can do to ensure every child gets a strong start in life.

Location: Street: 4869 Main St Additional: City: Manchester Center, Province: Vermont Postal Code: 05255 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
7
Launch Party for Tim Weed's new YA novel WILL POOLE'S ISLAND
Next Stage Arts, Sunday, September 7 at 5pm
Official book launch, signing, reading, and a brief presentation about the historical research that went into Will Poole's Island. Wine and delicious locally sourced snacks will be served!

Tim Weed (weedlit)
Sep
9
Disappearing Alphabets & the Fate of the Written Word with Tim Brooks
The Martha Canfield Library, Tuesday, September 9 at 7pm
Tim presents us with the astounding information that half of the worlds languages will be extinct by the end of the century. He will bring beautiful examples of alphabets you probably didn't even know existed. (mysterymax)
Sep
10
Northshire Cookbook Reading Group
Northshire Bookstore, Wednesday, September 10 at 6pm
The Northshire Cookbook Reading Group will meet on Wednesday September 10th at 6pm at The Inn At Manchester. The book we will be cooking from is: Bold by Susanna Hoffman and Victoria Wise.

Please pick up your reserved copy of this title (discounted 20%) at the bookstore and email Fran your chosen recipe.

If you love to collect cookbooks, explore new recipes, cook and nosh on home prepared food in a group - this could be the reading experience for you!

For more information about this reading group, please email Fran ftobia@northshire.com.

Location: Street: The Inn At Manchester Additional: 3967 Main Street City: Manchester Center, Province: Vermont Postal Code: 05255 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
11
Saratoga: Vernon Benjamin "The History of the Hudson River Valley: From Wilderness to Civil War"
Northshire Bookstore, Thursday, September 11 at 7pm
Combining historical record with anecdotes from the colorful figures who lived it, Vernon Benjamin presents the definitive book about the area U.S. Congress once called “the landscape that defined America.” Beginning with the first Native American communities, through Henry Hudson's Dutch-sponsored voyage up the river later named for him, the American Revolution, the Industrial Revolution and the rapid growth of metropolitan New York, and ending at the close of the Civil War, no previous text has traced The History of the Hudson River Valley in as comprehensive and entertaining a way as Vernon Benjamin’s expansive new book.

Location: Street: 424 Broadway Additional: City: Saratoga Springs, Province: New York Postal Code: 12866 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Sep
12
Northshire Classic Mystery Reading Group
Northshire Bookstore, Friday, September 12 at 2pm
Northshire Classic Mystery Reading Group will meet Friday September 12th at 2pm in bookstore conference room. This group will meet every other month for a discussion of two classic mystery titles.

Titles: The Maltese Falcon by Dashiell Hammett from The Black Lizard Big Book Of Black Mask Stories by Otto Penzler and Lock 14 by Georges Simenon

Please stop by the bookstore and pick up your copies and receive a 20% discount.

For further information or to join this group contact Louise Jones ljones@northshire.com

Location: Street: Northshire Bookstore Conference Room Additional: 4869 Main Street City: Manchester Center, Province: Vermont Postal Code: 05255 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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