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Curious Book shop offers wide variety to EL

Curious Book shop offers wide variety to EL
Before Curious Book Shop first set up shop at 307 E. Grand River Ave., its books were sold out of the basement of a former MSU student. Forty-three years later, the shop has three floors containing more than 50,000 books, magazines and more. “I would
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Unchained Tour supports local bookstores at Flyleaf
The bus is traveling across the southeast for the Unchained Tour, which supports local, independent bookstores. Flyleaf Books on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard was instrumental in bringing the tour to Chapel Hill. Featuring artists, musicians
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Over 1200 Bookstores & Libraries to Participate in STAR WARS READS DAY
On Saturday, October 6, 2012, over 1200 bookstores and libraries across the United States will host events in celebration of a national Star Wars Reads Day. Star Wars Reads Day is an initiative of Lucasfilm and its publishing partners to celebrate
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Find variety of used books at gift shop

Find variety of used books at gift shop
Like the Friends fall and spring book sales, the gift shops' used books benefit everyone who uses the Library services. The Friends recently reported that the two shops took in $ 12146 from the sale of 4849 books and CDs between July and December 2011.
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Used books will be on sale at Cabell library
HUNTINGTON — Gently used books of all type will be on sale Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 2-4, at the Friends of the Cabell County Public Library's Winter Book Sale. Located on the fourth floor of the downtown library, 455 9th Street, the sales will
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John Pulliam: Businesses come and go, some we don't yet know
Buying used books is a great way to save money, but also a method to find true-life stories you can fill in for yourself. I like to think Allison is proud that her dad recycles books by returning ones he's read, then buying new ones — or getting books
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