BOOKSHOP OF THE MONTH | THE KEW BOOKSHOP

The Kew Bookshop

This month’s Bookshop of the Month is the gorgeous The Kew Bookshop. The shop’s outward façade stands out beautifully on the leafy and photogenic Station Approach behind Kew Gardens Station, just a 5-minute walk from the Royal Botanic Gardens. It’s not a big shop but inside it is bright and inviting, drawing you in to the nooks and crannies to get a better look. The booksellers are friendly and knowledgeable, and the books are carefully chosen with the customer in mind. Like all good independent bookshop’s, The Kew Bookshop is a hub within the community with an excellent relationship with local schools, championing children’s books and reading, whilst also hosting author events and book launches. Next time you’re in the area make sure you take some time out to browse and discover your next great read!

We caught up with owner, Adam Hewson, who also owns The Sheen Bookshop, to ask him a few questions:

1. Congratulations on being chosen as our November Bookshop of the Month! We’ve talked a bit about you and the shop but how would you describe The Kew Bookshop in three words?
Welcoming, customer-focused, knowledgeable

2. Where is your favourite spot in the store?
In front of the history section- in a tiny shop like ours, it is the perfect vantage point to see the customers for chats and recommendations and there are fab books behind you!

3. Where do you like to read?  
Ah, the famous question answered so wonderfully by Italo Calvino in ‘If on a Winter’s Night, A Traveller’. Any opportunity really, but with a gin in the garden is quite un-improvable.

4. If you weren’t a bookseller what would you be? 
Had I done the training, perhaps archaeology (although I’m certain I would be wishing I was a bookseller.)

5. Excluding The Kew Bookshop – What is your favourite bookshop?
Obviously, The Sheen Bookshop, as that is my other shop, but were I to choose another, I would opt for John Sandoe Books in Chelsea, an emporium of books indeed!

The Kew Bookshop can be found at:
1-2 Station Approach
Richmond
TW9 3QB

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BOOKSHOP OF THE MONTH | THE NEW BOOKSHOP

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Our October Bookshop of the Month is The New Bookshop located in the lovely town of Cockermouth, Cumbria. The pale blue shelving, feature tables and stunning passage ways with walls of books are beautiful and enticing, asking you to spend some time here. The children’s book area, at the back of the store, is like a den of wonders inviting people of all ages to dive in to the plethora of wonderful titles to be found there. The shop feels spacious yet cosy and is a relaxed place to find your next read. If trying to decide which book(s) you should leave with is proving a little tricky, you can take a break in the gorgeous café spanning 2 floors and grab yourself a cup of tea with a freshly baked cake. What more could you want?

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We caught up with owner Catherine Hetherington and asked her a few questions:

1. Congratulations on being chosen as our October Bookshop of the Month! We’ve talked a bit about you and the shop, but how would you describe The New Bookshop in three words?
Friendly, knowledgeable, community-hub

2. Where is your favourite spot in the store?
The front door as you enter the shop

3. Where do you like to read?
In bed

4. If you weren’t a bookseller what would you be?
Doing something arty/crafty

5. Excluding The New Bookshop – What is your favourite bookshop?
Salts Mill, Yorkshire

The New Bookshop can be found at:
42 – 44 Main Street
Cockermouth
CA13 9LQ

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BOOKSHOP OF THE MONTH | NOMAD BOOKS

Just a short walk away from Parsons Green you can find the lovely Nomad Books – our September Bookshop of the Month. As you enter the store you will walk into a grown up, warm and inviting space with dark wooden shelves and tables of carefully selected titles asking you to spend some time with them, taking in the beautiful covers and examining the blurbs. This space feels like a literary lounge and it’s just right. As you work your way through the shop there is a corridor full of cards, gifts and stationery leading to the expansive children’s area at the back. In delightful contrast to the front of the store this space is brighter with a large, welcoming sofa – perfect for reading together – and a small table and chairs nestled in the corner for the inquisitive toddler to dive into their favourite book. We especially like the display table dedicated to an array of gorgeous hardback picture books that are wonderful gifts in and of themselves.

 

Nomad Books is a bookshop that you will want to spend time in, browsing the shelves and chatting to the wonderful bookselling team who are so passionate about what they do. We caught up with the store manager Aude, who, alongside Emma (Fiction and Book Club) and Tara (Children’s Books and Admin), answered a few questions for us:

1. Congratulations on winning Bookshop of the Month! We’ve talked a bit about you and the shop but how would you describe Nomad Books in three words?
We. Love. Books. It’s the best way to describe Nomad!

2. Where is your favourite spot in the store?
The big and amazing children’s section is the best spot in the bookshop (provided there are not too many children in there

3. Where do you like to read?
In the bath (Emma), in bed (Tara) and I love to read on the Tube. Preferably hardbacks!

4. If you weren’t a bookseller what would you be?
Emma would be a luxury hotels tester, Tara a beekeeper and I would be one of Beyoncé’s dancers

5. Excluding Nomad Books – What is your favourite bookshop?
Gosh! Comics in Soho. One of the nicest places on Earth!

Nomad Books can be found at:
781 Fulham Rd, Fulham
London, SW6 5HA

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Bookstore of the Month | The Children’s Bookshop Muswell Hill

Bookstore of the Month

Our Bookstore of the Month this May is The Children’s Bookshop in Muswell Hill!

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Describe The Children’s Bookshop in three words

Eccentric, jolly, and bibliophilic!

Where is your favourite spot in the store?

There is a corner by the picture books which is particularly cosy — you can see the whole shop, but no one can see you!

 Give us a brief history of The Children’s Bookshop.

We’ve been around since 1974, and it’s been passed down from family to family – and always to someone who was already working here! Some of our earliest customers are now bringing in their grandchildren, so we have a lovely sense of our history – and canny customers will find staff members who have been here for over thirty years.

Do you have a store pet?

No? What would be your ideal bookstore pet?

We don’t have a pet, but an octopus would come in handy – enough arms to get all the books at once! Or a niffler, just in case we’re sitting on a pile of buried treasure.

Do you have a favourite author? If yes, who is it?

The general consensus from our staff is Philip Reeve, Meg Rosoff, Andy Stanton, Michael Morpurgo, and Eva Ibbotson – storytellers who stand the test of time.

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What is your favourite opening line from a book?

We had a vote, and Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman wins for sheer poetic menace:

“There was a hand in the darkness, and it held a knife.”

What was the last book you read?

Who Let the Gods Out by Maz Evans (Sanchita)

What is your favourite A&CB book?

It’s got to be the two Adas – Ada Twist Scientist and Ada’s Ideas – fantastic heroines whose stories are bought to life with quirky illustrations.

And in winter, Stina is the sort of book you want to wrap yourself up in.

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What is your favourite book?

A collection of staff favourites:

Lost Happy Endings – Carol Ann Duffy & Jane Ray (Sanchita’s choice)

Wed Wabbit – Lissa Evans (Maj’s choice)

Tadpole’s Promise – Jeanne Willis (Jeff’s choice)

Jasmine Skies – Sita Bramachari (Meena’s choice)

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You can find The Children’s Bookshop at:

29 Fortis Green Rd, London, N10 3HP

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Bookstore of the Month | Rogan’s Books

Bookstore of the Month

Our Bookstore of the Month this April is Bedford’s very own reading haven: Rogan’s Books.

This was really hard! So we got our customers to do it! 

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Describe Rogan’s Books in three words.

“Utter reading bliss”

“Magic Faraway World”

“Children’s treasure trove”

“Adventure, development, knowledge”

“Cosy literary nook”

“Where imaginations grow”

“Child’s reading paradise”

“Feeding (or fuelling) young curiosities”

“Inspiring young minds (or readers)”

“Frabjous imagination emporium (this may be our favourite!)”

“Many happy memories”

“Doorway into imagination” – for full list go to our Facebook page!

Where is your favourite spot in the store?

David Litchfield (The Bear and the Piano, The Building Boy): “They have a secret mini door that gets you from one side of the shop to the other… Only the really small can see it”.

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Give us a brief history of Rogan’s Books

Very short! We opened 24th October 2015, the ribbon cut by the Children’s Laureate Chris Riddell.

Do you have a store pet?

Kind of – I live three doors along from the shop so my two dogs frequently join me, and when we first got our new kitten, Varjak (named after SF Said’s Varjak Paw) he spent a lot of time in the shop! We also pet-sat two local geckos for a while…

  1. Yes? Can we have a picture? To follow
  2. No? What would be your ideal bookstore pet? If we were to get one full time it would have to be Fawkes from Harry Potter.

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Do you have a favourite author? If yes, who is it?

NEIL GAIMAN. And yes. I am shouting.

What is your favourite opening line from a book?

Oooooh, tough. Peter Pan: “All children, except one, grow up”.

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I Capture the Castle: “I write this sitting in the kitchen sink”

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What was the last book you read?

Re-read ‘The Dark is Rising’ by Susan Cooper

What is your favourite A&CB book?

They All Saw a Cat OBVS.

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What is your favourite book?

The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

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Our favourite shop shelves!

You will find Rogan’s Books at:

27 Castle Road,
Bedford,
Bedfordshire,
United Kingdom.

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Bookstore of the Month | Livraria Lello

Bookstore of the Month

Introducing our Bookstore of the Month; Livraria Lello. This bookstore, housed in an incredible neo-Gothic building, is an extraordinary literary mecca: a must if you find yourself in Porto. 

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Describe Livraria Lello in three words.

Sumptuous, majestic and longing.

Where is your favourite spot in the store?

That must be the stairway. It’s a really beautiful and imposing red stairway: a stairway to heaven.

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Give us a brief history of Livraria Lello

The history of Livraria Lello is also the story of the brothers Lello who open the bookshop in 1906. José and António Lello came from the Douro Valley, where the port wine vineyards are located. José Lello, the eldest brother, was the first to move to Porto. A man of letters and a lover of literature, books and music, José had the ambition of becoming a bookseller. With his brother-in-law as business partner, José opened his first bookshop and publishing house in 1881. Upon the passing of José’s brother-in-law, José and his younger brother António joined to create their company, José Pinto de Sousa Lello & Irmão.

Around this time, the Lello brothers establish themselves on Rua do Almada, still not knowing that the building which would carry their name into the next millennium was just a few blocks away. Lello e Irmão’s (i.e., Lello and brother) publishing activity was characterized by a strong passion for books and culture. This enthusiasm for art originated special and limited editions, with important artists, such as illustrators and painters.

In 1894, José Lello buys Livraria Chardron and all its contents. Although, by that time, it was no longer owned by the French Ernesto Chardron, it was him who had made the bookshop’s name. One of the most influent men in publishing, Chardron had printed the first editions of several very important Portuguese writers at the tome, such as Eça de Queirós and Camilo Castelo Branco. The Lello brothers ambitious new venture needed headquarters to match its strengthened position and importance in the business. The building, located on Rua das Carmelitas, was then shaped by the sumptuous imagination of the engineer Francisco Xavier Esteves. In 1906, it was opened to the city, just as we know it today – and the sensation it caused at the time continues to be felt nowadays, for it remains a symbol of Porto for all those who visit it.

Open since 1906, Livraria Lello has housed men of arts and letters, has been the inspiration for acclaimed authors, a place for social gatherings, performances and a serene library for many of Porto’s avid readers.

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Do you have a store pet?

For a long time, we’ve been considering the owl. The owl is emblematic of a deep connection with wisdom and knowledge, as we see the art of literature. Also, the owl is an important character in Harry Potter books and, as many people say, Livraria Lello was a great influence in the work of the author J.K. Rowling when writing the famous saga.

Do you have a favourite author? If yes, who is it?

As one of the booksellers of the Livraria Lello that’s a difficult question. To all of us who love books, it’s awkward to elect a favourite one, books are emotions, and like emotions some days one fit’s other days the same one doesn’t, but in the end, it tells us who we are.

One of my favourite author is António Lobo Antunes. He is a Portuguese writer and psychiatric. His first book to be published was Memória de Elefante (Elephant’s Memory) in 1979, it became a huge success. Since then he published approximately thirty books. However, we can never forget Fernando Pessoa and his stately work, where you can be sure to find unforgettable thoughts, words, emotions and stories. Nonetheless, I must mention José Saramago, a tremendous work, where the art of literature finds itself. As you can see, it is very difficult to elect one, and I stop now, because I could go on and on…

What is your favourite opening line from a book?

As one of the booksellers of the Livraria Lello one of my favourite opening line from a book is No dia seguinte ninguém morreu. (In the following day, nobody died) in Intermitências da Morte (Death with Interruptions), José Saramago, 2005.

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What was the last book you read?

As one of the booksellers of the Livraria Lello I never read one book at time, I’m always reading three or more… The last three I was reading were, The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov, Rebuçados Venezianos by Maria Filomena Molder and Mason & Dixon by Thomas Pynchon.

What is your favourite A&CB book?

As one of the booksellers of the Livraria Lello I’m going to choose  Flashlight by Lizi Boyd and Danny Clinch: Still Moving by Danny Clinch.

What is your favourite book?

As Frank Zappa said “So many books, so little time”… There are so many great books that I’ve read, and there are a lot more that I want to read. As one of the booksellers of the Livraria Lello, I would choose: Sound and Fury by William FaulknerThe Book of Disquiet by Fernando PessoaSeeing by José Saramago; The Land at the End of the World by António Lobo AntunesThe Karamazov Brothers by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, and so on.

I don’t have a “favourite book”, like there isn’t a favourite love, what we have is different types of love… The whole is greater than the sum of the parts.

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Address:

R. das Carmelitas 144
4050-161 Porto
Portugal

Phone: (+351) 22 200 2037

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday: 10am – 7.30pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10am – 7pm

E-mail: info@livrarialello.pt

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Bookstore of the Month | The Alligator’s Mouth

Bookstore of the Month

Happy New Year friends! Here to launch our Bookstore of the Month feature for 2017 is a bookstore with a BITE, the incomparable children’s bookshop: The Alligator’s Mouth.

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  1. Describe The Alligator’s Mouth in three words.

Friendly, toothsome & biblioquirky.

  1. Where is your favourite spot in the store?

We generally discourage customers from obstructing the steps in the centre of the shop, between picture books and books for older readers, but it can be a nice place to sit with a cup of tea when the shop goes quiet.

  1. Give us a brief history of The Alligator’s Mouth

Margaret and Tony worked together at the Lion and Unicorn children’s bookshop, which had a great reputation in Richmond built up over more than 30 years. When it closed, they decided look for a new premises where they could carry on doing what they love doing. Mark joined the team as the third full time member of staff and the shop opened in March 2015. Our launch event featured Chris Riddell, Jacqueline Wilson, Axel Scheffler, Jim Smith and a host of other wonderful authors and illustrators who were there to get us off to a good start. We stock books from baby to young adult and host storytimes, a comics club, a 9-11 bookclub and frequent author events. In the nearly two years since opening we’ve had lots of lovely community support, getting involved with local schools, community centres and theatres. In November 2015 we were voted best Richmond shop in the Time Out Love London Awards. The name comes from a Lemony Snicket quote: ‘A book is like an alligator’s mouth — If you see one open you often end up disappearing inside.’

  1. Do you have a store pet?

No, we don’t have a pet. An argument has just broken out over whether our ideal bookstore pet would be a griffin or a moomin…

(The A&CB team voted; we think a griffin would be impressive, but a moomin would be less likely to damage the books and readers…)

Chris Ridell at The Alligator's Mouth

  1. Do you have a favourite author? If yes, who is it?

We all love Chris Riddell’s work. There are favourite books here for all ages that he has either written or illustrated or both (‘Ottoline’, ‘When I Met Dudley’ and ‘Alienography’ to name but a few). We were very lucky to have him draw our alligator logo, and it had to be Chris to cut the ribbon on the shop at our launch event.

  1. What is your favourite opening line from a book?

    Margaret has picked Where’s Papa going with that ax?[sic], the unexpectedly sinister opening from E. B. White’sCharlotte’s Web’.

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  1. What was the last book you read?

Tony: ‘The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie’ by Alan Bradley
Margaret: ‘The Road to Ever After’ by Moira Young
Mark: ‘Podkin One Ear’ by Kieren Larwood

  1. What is your favourite A&CB books?

We all love ‘Ada Twist: Scientist’ by Andrea Beaty & David Roberts. We’d also like to mention ‘Flora and the Flamingo’ by Molly Idle and anything by Benjamin Chaud (‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to School’, etc.) We find we can rely on A&CB for beautifully illustrated and designed books, often with thoughtful and original content.

  1. What is your favourite book?

One book that we all continue to enjoy as we recommend it to parents, teachers and cheeky children is ‘Battle Bunny’ by Jon Scieszka, Mac Barnett & Matthew Myers. A little boy has received a twee book called Birthday Bunny, but with the power of a marker pen he has transformed it into the awesome, action-packed tale of Battle Bunny! We’ve had at least two teachers take it away and base lesson plans around it. For booksellers it’s satisfying to help others unlock the potential in an unusual book like this.

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A&CB Titles at The Alligator's Mouth

Here’s a table filled with some of our favourite A&CB books, new and old.

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You can find The Alligator’s Mouth at 2a Church Court, Richmond, TW9 1JL. If you  find yourself in Richmond make sure you pop-in and say hello.

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Bookstore of the Month | The Book Shop, Bridport

Bookstore of the Month

It is beginning to look a lot like Christmas at our Bookstore of the Month; The Book Shop, Bridport!

  1. Describe The Book Shop, Bridport in three words.

Bright, quirky, cozy

  1. Where is your favourite spot in the store?

Wherever I happen to be rearranging at that moment

  1. Give us a brief history of The Book Shop

The bookshop opened in 1973 (the year I was born) and I am its 5th owner. I took over a little over a year ago, did a quick refresh (carpets, lighting, a lick of paint or two) and reopened to a very welcoming community.  It has been a fun, eventful and successful year

  1. Do you have a store pet?

Um, yes. Sort of. Except has she a tendency to look very pathetic when people approach her.  Her name’s Twyla and she was rescued from the animal shelter in San Francisco and we brought her over with us when we moved back.  She likes being a farm dog, not so much a bookshop dog, although she does look super cute when she falls asleep behind the till.

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  1. Do you have a favourite author? If yes, who is it?

Couldn’t even begin to answer this question but this month I’ve been really excited when the new Rick Riordan, James Dashner and Ben Aaronoviches arrived in the shop.  That may well change again next month…

  1. What is your favourite opening line from a book?

“Before Bean met Ivy she didn’t like her” from Ivy and Bean book 1 (and yes, that is a Chronicle title!)

  1. What was the last book you read?

Seventy times Seven by John Gordon Sinclair

  1. What is your favourite A&CB books?

 Press Here by Herve Tullet

  1. What is your favourite book?

Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman (today anyway)

 

You will find The Book Shop at:

14 South Street, Bridport, Dorset, DT6 3NQ

Tel: 01308 422964

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Bookstore of the Month | Mr B’s Emporium of Reading Delights

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Step inside Mr B’s Emporium of Reading Delights…

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  1. Describe Mr B’s Emporium of Reading Delights in three words.

Eclectic, welcoming and opinionated.

  1. Where is your favourite spot in the store?

Definitely the bibliotherapy room, there is nothing better than sitting in there with the fire on, cuppa and cake by your side while you chat away with an equally passionate bookworm.

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  1. Give us a brief history of Mr B’s Emporium of Reading Delights.

Mr B’s opened its doors 10 years ago after the owners, Nic and Juliette, decided to leave careers in law and set up a business that was based around something the loved. With a passion for getting the greatest books out there into the right hands the shop soon got a reputation for being a great place to find a recommendation, which led to the creation of our Reading Spas – one on one recommendation sessions over tea and cake with your very own bibliotherapist. The shop constantly keeps evolving, with the recent addition of our Reading Bundles – mystery sets of books on themes such as “Books on the Bayou” or “Strange Vacations” each of which come with their own specially designed ‘Armchair Expert’ cloth badge!

  1. Do you have a store pet?

We do indeed, meet Vlashka, the pooch who decided Prague was no longer for her and wanted to make sure people were choosing great fiction overseas instead.

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  1. Do you have a favourite author? If yes, who is it?

The answer to this would differ greatly depending on who you speak to, and what day you spoke to them, in the shop, but as I am the one answering these questions and I will go with Alan Bennett. He never fails to make me laugh with his wry observations and I think his books are so readable; they come across as being deceptively simple, when they are anything but.

  1. What is your favourite opening line from a book?

I think it is hard to beat “It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen”

  1. What was the last book you read?

I have just finished the amazing ‘Here I Am’ by Jonathan Safran Foer; I am a huge fan of his writing and am very excited that we had him do an event with Mr B’s on October 10th. I had to try very hard not to fangirl!

  1. What is your favourite A&CB books?

We are incredibly excited for a new title actually, ‘The Chef’s Library’, so intriguing to see what books those in the know use! But in terms of all-time favourites it has to be either the Iggy Peck, Rosie Revere and, now, Ada Twist sequence of children’s books – particularly as David Roberts once drew us the cover for our Christmas Catalogue depicting Iggy and Rosie making us a very technical Christmas tree. Or, the Compendium of Collective Nouns which we love so much we wallpapered our bathroom in it!

  1. What is your favourite book?

To me this is kind of like choosing a favourite child! But I am going to say ‘Alone in Berlin’ by Hans Fallada because the story is so incredibly inspiring and moving.

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You will find Mr B’s Emporium of Reading Delights at:

14/15 John Street, Bath, BA1  2JL

Telephone: +44 (0)1225 331155

Email: books@mrbsemporium.com

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Bookstore of the Month | Much Ado Books

Bookstore of the Month

Let us introduce you to our Bookstore of the Month; Much Ado Books.

“We are Cate Olson and Nash Robbins – Americans who decided to sell books in a Medieval village tucked in the South Downs . . .”

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  1. Describe Much Ado Books in Three Words

Unexpected discoveries abound

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  1. Where is your favourite spot in your store?

Upstairs, in the comfy armchair of our Arts & Letters Room, surrounded by books.

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  1. Give us a brief history of Much Ado Books.

Twenty years selling vintage books in America and dreaming of living in Britain, which led to 13 years selling both new and old books in rural East Sussex

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  1. Has Much Ado got a store pet?

We have three bantam hens, named Little One, Bully Girl and Frizzle. They occupy their time eating plants, making trouble and showing off for customers.

  1. Do you have a favourite author? If yes, who is it?

Robertson Davies – his books are sparkling, funny and engaging as well as thought-provoking; he should have won the Nobel Prize for Literature!

  1. What is your favourite opening line from a book?

“I write this sitting in the kitchen sink.” Dodie Smith – I Capture the Castle.

  1. What was the last book you read?

Cate: Annie Barrows, The Truth According to Us

Nash: Joanna Kavenna – A Field Guide to Reality

Together (we read aloud every night): Elizabeth Leitch – The Saturday Club (an out-of-print classic given by a friend who loves childrens’ books)

  1. What is your favourite A&CB books?

Downstairs favourite: Andrea Beaty – Iggy Peck Architect

Upstairs favourite: Carlos Fuentes The Diary of Frida Kahlo

  1. What is your favourite book?

Discussions (arguments?) are on-going!

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You will find this award-winning independent bookshop in Alfriston, East Sussex.

Much Ado Books
8 West Street
Alfriston
East Sussex
BN26 5UX
UK

t: 01323 871222

e: shop@muchadobooks.com

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