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Deck the shelves with a few of our favorite books, games and more!

Tis’ the holiday season and Bloomsbury has the perfect gift for everyone on your list. With new treasures arriving every weekday, classics, bestsellers and new releases cram our shelves. We also have a large selection of cards, calendars, games, gift certificates and more. Drop by the store, or visit us on our website or on Facebook, for current reviews, book news and gift ideas. Some of our favorites gift titles this year include:

Jesus: First-Century Rabbi, by Rabbi David Zaslow
This reexamination of the life and history of Jesus is hailed as an important read for people of all faiths. Join us Monday, December 9th at 7:00 pm when Rabbi Zaslow reads from his book and discusses his fresh look at the roots of religion.

Everything I Need to Know I learned from a Little Golden Book, by Diane Muldrow
A delightful “guide to life” for grownups from the former editor of Little Golden Books, this is a whimsical, nostalgic look at the world through classic stories and illustrations.

Hyperbole and a Half, by Allie Brosh
Blogging sensation Allie Brosh brings her irreverent wit, candid observations and emotive scribbles to the page in this hilarious and thought provoking graphic novel.

The Valley of Amazement, by Amy Tan
The intertwined lives of two women carry readers from San Francisco to Shanghai to a remote Chinese Village. Spanning four decades, this is a powerful novel by the acclaimed author of The Joy Luck Club.

Sycamore Row, by John Grisham
This suspenseful second novel featuring lawyer Jake Brigance deftly exposes racial tensions in Ford County Mississippi in the late 1980s.

Ashland, Oregon, by Barbara Tricarico
More than thirty photographers celebrate Ashland in this delightful photography book centered on our lovely hamlet; including images of the city through the seasons, parades, the Shakespeare Festival and more.

Dog Songs, by Mary Oliver
The latest collection from the Pulitzer-Prize-winning poet Mary Oliver, honors man’s (and woman’s) best friend; our furry, wiggling companions who delight us, chew our shoes and steal our hearts.

The Can’t Cook Book, by Jessica Seinfeld
There is nothing scary in the kitchen with Jessica’s simple, delicious recipes and easy to follow instructions. This makes a great gift, or guide for the entertaining season.

Cobble together some holiday magic, no elves required, with our selection of unusual and unexpected stocking stuffers.
Happy Holidays!


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