We're bringing back our bookseller series and introducing you to Assistant Manager, LINDSEY! You may have seen Lindsey's incredible staff cards around the store, or been blown away by her badass Halloween costumes. She's worked events, dropped off your curbside orders, and has even been shouted out by customers online for her STELLAR personalized recommendations … Continue reading Meet the Bookseller: Lindsey
Colleen W. of BookPeople's Teen Press Corps shares her thoughts on her favorite author's latest: Sarah J Maas's A Court of Silver Flames! You can find more of Colleen's reviews over on the Teen Press Corps blog! *Note: This review will not contain spoilers beyond what is present in the synopsis of the book until … Continue reading Review: A Court of Silver Flames
Continuing our bookseller series with... Ellen! As BookPeople's Bookfairs Manager, Ellen is always busy working with schools to put together awesome bookfairs for their students! Learn more about her favorite books, quotes, and her delicious ice-cream making abilities below! How long have you worked at BookPeople? E: Seven years! What is your favorite thing about … Continue reading Meet the Bookseller: Ellen!
The last few months have been a whirlwind for us all, and we haven’t been able to see any of you in person to share our favorite new releases! For those middle grade readers, aged 8-12, a lot of great books have released this year that we think you won’t want to miss. Whether you’re … Continue reading BookKids: Great Books You May Have Missed – Round 2!
A Mid-year Round-Up for Middle Grade Readers The last few months have been a whirlwind for us all, and we haven’t been able to see any of you in person to share our favorite new releases! For those middle grade readers, aged 8-12, a lot of great books have released this year that we think … Continue reading BookKids: Great Books You May Have Missed! Round 1
Kids bookseller Natasha is sharing some of her favorite YA retellings! Check out the list below! Scavenge the Stars by Tara Sim: A stunning gender-swapped Count of Monte Cristo retelling. Truly a rags to riches story about a girl, Amaya, working as a slave on a fishing boat and when she is released, she finds … Continue reading Teen Thursday: Natasha’s Favorite Retellings!
Where's the time going? March felt like an eternity...April zoomed by...and now May seems to be picking up speed faster than a rollicking thriller. There's a lot going on, we know, but consider slowing down with a good read. There's a new Jenny Zhang poetry collection, some art criticism from Crudo author, Olivia Laing, and … Continue reading A Look at This Week’s New Release Titles
If you love great stories as much as we do, you'll appreciate the value of a signed book. There's something so special when a creator leaves their mark on the page, and we're fortunate enough to host author events year-round that contribute to our collection of signed stock. Here are a mere few that BookKids … Continue reading BookKids: Signed Books We Love!
We all need a laugh these days, right? Here are some books that hit us right in the funny bone... Who Wet My Pants? by Bob Shea, illus. by Zachariah O'Hora "A gloriously silly whodunnit! Bob Shea is a master storyteller and I am obsessed with Zachariah O'Hora's illustrations, which fill the pages to the … Continue reading BookKids: Books that Make Us Giggle!
Bookfairs Manager and Animal Crossing fan Ellen shares some books to pair with the addictive game everyone's talking about! So, is there anyone else out there who is under the spell of Tom Nook? I know it’s not just me. I saw YA author Angie Thomas (The Hate U Give) caught a snapping turtle the … Continue reading We Are NookPeople, a Community Bound by Bells