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Below you will find an archive of our BookmarkTHIS! monthly Newsletter(s). Browse through the issues below, or follow the link located at the bottom of this page to subscribe.


July 2024 Charlottetown (Jul 2024)
News from the Bookshop Hello folks, Writing this in the wake of a sad day for Canadian hockey as the Florida Panthers are keeping the Stanley Cup down in the U.S. for a 31st consecutive year.   I'm torn about this, actually. Much as it would be neat to have a Canadian team finally win the cup, I also like a good sports drought. The delayed gratification, the suffering, the hope. All those things mesh well with my side gig as a writer. And the delayed gratification bit

July 2024 Halifax (Jul 2024)
News from the Bookshop Hello folks, Writing this in the wake of a sad day for Canadian hockey as the Florida Panthers are keeping the Stanley Cup down in the U.S. for a 31st consecutive year.   I'm torn about this, actually. Much as it would be neat to have a Canadian team finally win the cup, I also like a good sports drought. The delayed gratification, the suffering, the hope. All those things mesh well with my side gig as a writer. And the delayed gratification bit

July 2024 Westminster (Jul 2024)
News from the Bookshop Hello folks, Writing this in the wake of a sad day for Canadian hockey as the Florida Panthers are keeping the Stanley Cup down in the U.S. for a 31st consecutive year.   I'm torn about this, actually. Much as it would be neat to have a Canadian team finally win the cup, I also like a good sports drought. The delayed gratification, the suffering, the hope. All those things mesh well with my side gig as a writer. And the delayed gratification bit

June 2024 Charlottetown (Jun 2024)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friends,   June is a bustling, hopeful month. We’ll be celebrating Pride, Indigenous Peoples Month, and Juneteenth at the bookstore. We’ll also be celebrating fathers and high-school graduates. Besides, June 21 is one of my favourite overlooked holidays: the World Day of Music. Come check out our excellent, curated collection of books on music (at the Fredericton shop, Todd’s the guy to ask about these).   I like to spend June exploring the city

June 2024 Halifax (Jun 2024)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friends,   June is a bustling, hopeful month. We’ll be celebrating Pride, Indigenous Peoples Month, and Juneteenth at the bookstore. We’ll also be celebrating fathers and high-school graduates. Besides, June 21 is one of my favourite overlooked holidays: the World Day of Music. Come check out our excellent, curated collection of books on music (at the Fredericton shop, Todd’s the guy to ask about these).   I like to spend June exploring the city

June 2024 Westminster (Jun 2024)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friends,   June is a bustling, hopeful month. We’ll be celebrating Pride, Indigenous Peoples Month, and Juneteenth at the bookstore. We’ll also be celebrating fathers and high-school graduates. Besides, June 21 is one of my favourite overlooked holidays: the World Day of Music. Come check out our excellent, curated collection of books on music (at the Fredericton shop, Todd’s the guy to ask about these).   I like to spend June exploring the city

May 2024 Charlottetown (May 2024)
News from the Bookshop Hello from the bookshop,   Canadian Independent Bookstore Day (CIBD) happened on April 27th. CIBD is always a highlight for us and this year was no exception. We were blown away by the incredible level of community support shown to us, the kind comments made about Bookmark, and the book love that was on display. The CIBD experience is humbling, encouraging and invigorating for me and all the booksellers here. Our sincere thanks for the support.    &nb

May 2024 Halifax (May 2024)
News from the Bookshop Hello from the bookshop,   Canadian Independent Bookstore Day (CIBD) happened on April 27th. CIBD is always a highlight for us and this year was no exception. We were blown away by the incredible level of community support shown to us, the kind comments made about Bookmark, and the book love that was on display. The CIBD experience is humbling, encouraging and invigorating for me and all the booksellers here. Our sincere thanks for the support.    &nb

May 2024 Westminster (May 2024)
News from the Bookshop Hello from the bookshop,   Canadian Independent Bookstore Day (CIBD) happened on April 27th. CIBD is always a highlight for us and this year was no exception. We were blown away by the incredible level of community support shown to us, the kind comments made about Bookmark, and the book love that was on display. The CIBD experience is humbling, encouraging and invigorating for me and all the booksellers here. Our sincere thanks for the support.    &nb

April 2024 Charlottetown (Apr 2024)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friend, Can you believe it’s already April and we’re celebrating National Poetry Month once again? Or that Canadian Independent Bookstore Day is fast approaching (April 27th)? More about both of these events as you read through the newsletter. Even as I write this in late March, our Spring events calendar is filling up fast. We do hope you’ll manage to join us for one of our many writerly/readerly events in the coming weeks.  Managers are seein

April 2024 Hal (Apr 2024)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friend, Can you believe it’s already April and we’re celebrating National Poetry Month once again? Or that Canadian Independent Bookstore Day is fast approaching (April 27th)? More about both of these events as you read through the newsletter. Even as I write this in late March, our Spring events calendar is filling up fast. We do hope you’ll manage to join us for one of our many writerly/readerly events in the coming weeks.  Managers are seein

April 2024 Fred (Apr 2024)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friend, Can you believe it’s already April and we’re celebrating National Poetry Month once again? Or that Canadian Independent Bookstore Day is fast approaching (April 27th)? More about both of these events as you read through the newsletter. Even as I write this in late March, our Spring events calendar is filling up fast. We do hope you’ll manage to join us for one of our many writerly/readerly events in the coming weeks.  Managers are seein

March 2024 Charlottetown (Mar 2024)
News from the Bookshop Hello book friends, March is upon us and the Bookmark newsletter team hopes you have been enjoying the long hibernation of winter. It is, after all, the perfect time to catch up on your reading list… as long as there’s no snow to shovel. Is anyone else tired of shovelling snow? March 8th brings us International Women’s Day which is a great time to read (or re-read) your favourite women authors. A few years ago I challenged myself to spend a year reading exclusiv

March 2024 Halifax (Mar 2024)
News from the Bookshop Hello book friends, March is upon us and the Bookmark newsletter team hopes you have been enjoying the long hibernation of winter. It is, after all, the perfect time to catch up on your reading list… as long as there’s no snow to shovel. Is anyone else tired of shovelling snow? March 8th brings us International Women’s Day which is a great time to read (or re-read) your favourite women authors. A few years ago I challenged myself to spend a year reading exclusiv

March 2024 Westminster (Mar 2024)
News from the Bookshop Hello book friends, March is upon us and the Bookmark newsletter team hopes you have been enjoying the long hibernation of winter. It is, after all, the perfect time to catch up on your reading list… as long as there’s no snow to shovel. Is anyone else tired of shovelling snow? March 8th brings us International Women’s Day which is a great time to read (or re-read) your favourite women authors. A few years ago I challenged myself to spend a year reading exclusiv

Feb 2024 Charlottetown (Feb 2024)
News from the Bookshop Friends,   What can one say about February? It’s an indecisive month, certainly, unsure just how many days it ought to have (but sure it doesn’t want to be like all those other months). The excitement and activity of the holidays are now indisputably behind us, but the greens and golds of springtime remain yet months away.   I find myself, most Februaries, itching (nearly always in vain) to be creative—to do anything to stave off the feeling that, from he

Feb 2024 Halifax (Feb 2024)
News from the Bookshop Friends,   What can one say about February? It’s an indecisive month, certainly, unsure just how many days it ought to have (but sure it doesn’t want to be like all those other months). The excitement and activity of the holidays are now indisputably behind us, but the greens and golds of springtime remain yet months away.   I find myself, most Februaries, itching (nearly always in vain) to be creative—to do anything to stave off the feeling that, from he

Feb 2024 Westminster (Feb 2024)
News from the Bookshop Friends,   What can one say about February? It’s an indecisive month, certainly, unsure just how many days it ought to have (but sure it doesn’t want to be like all those other months). The excitement and activity of the holidays are now indisputably behind us, but the greens and golds of springtime remain yet months away.   I find myself, most Februaries, itching (nearly always in vain) to be creative—to do anything to stave off the feeling that, from he

January 2024 Charlottetown (Jan 2024)
News from the Bookshop Happy New Year Book Friends,   Welcome to our first newsletter of 2024!  We hope that Santa brought you all of the books on your wish list and that you had a wonderful holiday filled with great food, family and fun.    Do you make New Year’s resolutions?  Research suggests that most resolutions are abandoned by mid-February. Winter in the Maritimes doesn’t exactly make keeping resolutions to exercise more or eat better easy to achieve…but th

January 2024 Halifax (Jan 2024)
News from the Bookshop Happy New Year Book Friends,   Welcome to our first newsletter of 2024!  We hope that Santa brought you all of the books on your wish list and that you had a wonderful holiday filled with great food, family and fun.    Do you make New Year’s resolutions?  Research suggests that most resolutions are abandoned by mid-February. Winter in the Maritimes doesn’t exactly make keeping resolutions to exercise more or eat better easy to achieve…but th

January 2024 Westminster (Jan 2024)
News from the Bookshop Happy New Year Book Friends,   Welcome to our first newsletter of 2024!  We hope that Santa brought you all of the books on your wish list and that you had a wonderful holiday filled with great food, family and fun.    Do you make New Year’s resolutions?  Research suggests that most resolutions are abandoned by mid-February. Winter in the Maritimes doesn’t exactly make keeping resolutions to exercise more or eat better easy to achieve…but th

December 2023 Charlottetown (Dec 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello from Bookmark, Today I was talking to a couple visiting from Ottawa. They were very complimentary with their comments about our store. When I asked them if they had a favourite store in Ottawa, they replied by saying that our store was their favourite. I thanked them for their kind words and went on to ask them why they liked our store. Suffice to say, they made my day, and brightened a very hectic day in the bookstore. We spend much of September through e

December 2023 Halifax (Dec 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello from Bookmark, Today I was talking to a couple visiting from Ottawa. They were very complimentary with their comments about our store. When I asked them if they had a favourite store in Ottawa, they replied by saying that our store was their favourite. I thanked them for their kind words and went on to ask them why they liked our store. Suffice to say, they made my day, and brightened a very hectic day in the bookstore. We spend much of September through e

December 2023 Fredericton (Dec 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello from Bookmark, Today I was talking to a couple visiting from Ottawa. They were very complimentary with their comments about our store. When I asked them if they had a favourite store in Ottawa, they replied by saying that our store was their favourite. I thanked them for their kind words and went on to ask them why they liked our store. Suffice to say, they made my day, and brightened a very hectic day in the bookstore. We spend much of September through e

November 2023 Charlottetown (Nov 2023)
News from the Bookshop As we have just celebrated Thanksgiving Day and approach November 11th to remember the efforts of those Canadians who have tried to resolve conflicts throughout the world, I began to ask myself why I am so fortunate and how this happened to me. My father drove an ambulance during WWII and his field of operation was mainly in The Netherlands after training in England. While on a sojourn in Amsterdam, he met my mother in Vondelpark in the heart of the city. He could

November 2023 Halifax (Nov 2023)
News from the Bookshop As we have just celebrated Thanksgiving Day and approach November 11th to remember the efforts of those Canadians who have tried to resolve conflicts throughout the world, I began to ask myself why I am so fortunate and how this happened to me. My father drove an ambulance during WWII and his field of operation was mainly in The Netherlands after training in England. While on a sojourn in Amsterdam, he met my mother in Vondelpark in the heart of the city. He could

November 2023 Fredericton (Nov 2023)
News from the Bookshop As we have just celebrated Thanksgiving Day and approach November 11th to remember the efforts of those Canadians who have tried to resolve conflicts throughout the world, I began to ask myself why I am so fortunate and how this happened to me. My father drove an ambulance during WWII and his field of operation was mainly in The Netherlands after training in England. While on a sojourn in Amsterdam, he met my mother in Vondelpark in the heart of the city. He could

October 2023 Charlottetown (Oct 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friends, As Lori mentioned last month, we have a new Bookmark location. This is the first envoy direct from Westminster Bookmark in downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick.  “New” might not be exactly the word for this scenario. But hey, “New” Brunswick has been around for quite a while now and we use “New” just the same. Norine McGinn is still here putting the right book into the hands of the right child, tween or teen, the right parent or teacher

October 2023 Hal (Oct 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friends, As Lori mentioned last month, we have a new Bookmark location. This is the first envoy direct from Westminster Bookmark in downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick.  “New” might not be exactly the word for this scenario. But hey, “New” Brunswick has been around for quite a while now and we use “New” just the same. Norine McGinn is still here putting the right book into the hands of the right child, tween or teen, the right parent or teacher

October 2023 Fred (Oct 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friends, As Lori mentioned last month, we have a new Bookmark location. This is the first envoy direct from Westminster Bookmark in downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick.  “New” might not be exactly the word for this scenario. But hey, “New” Brunswick has been around for quite a while now and we use “New” just the same. Norine McGinn is still here putting the right book into the hands of the right child, tween or teen, the right parent or teacher

September 2023 Charlottetown (Sep 2023)
News from the Bookshop  “ All the months are crude experiments, out of which the perfect September is made.”  - Virginia Woolf    Welcome to our September newsletter.  We hope you were all able to grab a little bit of the beauty that is summer in the Maritimes.  We’re not sure how this creeped up on us so quickly but this is our 1st anniversary issue.  How do you like it?  Are there categories you’d like to see us cover?  Please send us your c

September 2023 Hal (Sep 2023)
News from the Bookshop  “ All the months are crude experiments, out of which the perfect September is made.”  - Virginia Woolf    Welcome to our September newsletter.  We hope you were all able to grab a little bit of the beauty that is summer in the Maritimes.  We’re not sure how this creeped up on us so quickly but this is our 1st anniversary issue.  How do you like it?  Are there categories you’d like to see us cover?  Please send us your c

September 2023 Fred (Sep 2023)
News from the Bookshop  “ All the months are crude experiments, out of which the perfect September is made.”  - Virginia Woolf    Welcome to our September newsletter.  We hope you were all able to grab a little bit of the beauty that is summer in the Maritimes.  We’re not sure how this creeped up on us so quickly but this is our 1st anniversary issue.  How do you like it?  Are there categories you’d like to see us cover?  Please send us your c

August 2023 Halifax (Aug 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friends, We hope you have had a beautiful summer so far enjoying all that the Maritime provinces have to offer this season, especially knowing that beaches, cabins, and park benches are all improved by a good book. As we start to look toward fall – perhaps the best season in the Maritimes – you may be considering a new reading list. Every day at Bookmark, customers look through our stock wondering how to choose the right book, and I can’t blame th

August 2023 Charlottetown (Aug 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friends, We hope you have had a beautiful summer so far enjoying all that the Maritime provinces have to offer this season, especially knowing that beaches, cabins, and park benches are all improved by a good book. As we start to look toward fall – perhaps the best season in the Maritimes – you may be considering a new reading list. Every day at Bookmark, customers look through our stock wondering how to choose the right book, and I can’t blame th

July 2023 Halifax (Jul 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friends,   Last month we shared a summer reading list with you, a book pick from each staff member at our two locations. This month we have a feature entitled Beach Reads. Both lists were created with the notion that we all have more time on our hands at this time of year, and that the fare we choose to indulge in is light and not necessarily what we might read through the rest of the year.    Thinking about Summer Reading has gotten me cur

July 2023 Charlottetown (Jul 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friends,   Last month we shared a summer reading list with you, a book pick from each staff member at our two locations. This month we have a feature entitled Beach Reads. Both lists were created with the notion that we all have more time on our hands at this time of year, and that the fare we choose to indulge in is light and not necessarily what we might read through the rest of the year.    Thinking about Summer Reading has gotten me cur

June 2023 HALIFAX (Jun 2023)
News from the Bookshop Welcome to June and the vibrant colours that reveal themselves at the end of spring. Imagine sitting in the park or a backyard garden, under the most brilliant blue sky with your favourite novel or a captivating memoir as the scent of lilacs and azaleas drift past. In fact, the beloved L. M. Montgomery declared in a journal entry from June 1902, "I wonder what it would be like to live in a world where it was always June." With history and the Island in mind,

June 2023 CHARLOTTETOWN (Jun 2023)
News from the Bookshop Welcome to June and the vibrant colours that reveal themselves at the end of spring. Imagine sitting in the park or a backyard garden, under the most brilliant blue sky with your favourite novel or a captivating memoir as the scent of lilacs and azaleas drift past. In fact, the beloved L. M. Montgomery declared in a journal entry from June 1902, "I wonder what it would be like to live in a world where it was always June." With history and the Island in mind,

MAY 2023 Halifax (May 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friend,   We made a mistake. The email sent earlier today is a draft of the June newsletter. What follows is the May newsletter. Our apologies for the confusion.   As I am writing this there is still snow on the ground here in Charlottetown. I am so looking forward to May and getting into my garden. Visiting garden centers is a favourite activity, not as good as browsing in a bookstore, but close. I have almost as many plants on my buy list as I

MAY 2023 Charlottetown Corrected (May 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friend,   As I am writing this there is still snow on the ground here in Charlottetown. I am so looking forward to May and getting into my garden. Visiting garden centers is a favourite activity, not as good as browsing in a bookstore, but close. I have almost as many plants on my buy list as I do books. Happy May and happy gardening! We recently finished a complete renovation of our very small back office in Charlottetown. As our business has gr

April 2023 HALIFAX (Apr 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friend,   Welcome to our April newsletter. We are celebrating poets and poetry this month at Bookmark. We are amazed by our poets; poetry events are always our favourite events. Salman Rushdie said, “A poet's work is to name the unnameable, to point at frauds, to take sides, start arguments, shape the world, and stop it going to sleep.” Poets and poetry enrich, challenge and invigorate our lives. If you don’t get this, we hope you will begin t

April 2023 CHARLOTTETOWN (Apr 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friend,   Welcome to our April newsletter. We are celebrating poets and poetry this month at Bookmark. We are amazed by our poets; poetry events are always our favourite events. Salman Rushdie said, “A poet's work is to name the unnameable, to point at frauds, to take sides, start arguments, shape the world, and stop it going to sleep.” Poets and poetry enrich, challenge and invigorate our lives. If you don’t get this, we hope you will begin t

March - 2023 Halifax (Mar 2023)
News from the Bookshop “March came in that winter like the meekest and mildest of lambs, bringing days that were crisp and golden and tingling, each followed by a frosty pink twilight which gradually lost itself in an elfland of moonshine.” ― L.M. Montgomery Hello book friends, Welcome to our March newsletter. The bookshops have been bustling in January and February and we want to thank you for your support, for braving the winter elements, and for choosing to shop local. 

March - 2023 CHARLOTTETOWN (Mar 2023)
News from the Bookshop “March came in that winter like the meekest and mildest of lambs, bringing days that were crisp and golden and tingling, each followed by a frosty pink twilight which gradually lost itself in an elfland of moonshine.” ― L.M. Montgomery Hello book friends, Welcome to our March newsletter. The bookshops have been bustling in January and February and we want to thank you for your support, for braving the winter elements, and for choosing to shop local. 

Feb 2023 Halifax (Feb 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friend,   Welcome to our February newsletter. We hope that you are spending the winter months in a cozy space with lots of good books to read, a mug of tea and something to nibble on. Hopefully, you don’t have the experience portrayed by our PEI bookseller, Joseph, in his poem, Almost Perfect, included in this month’s newsletter. Back again in 2023, Canada Reads, now in its 21st year, is a "literary Survivor," with celebrities championing books.

Feb 2023 Charlottetown (Feb 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friend,   Welcome to our February newsletter. We hope that you are spending the winter months in a cozy space with lots of good books to read, a mug of tea and something to nibble on. Hopefully, you don’t have the experience portrayed by our PEI bookseller, Joseph, in his poem, Almost Perfect, included in this month’s newsletter. Back again in 2023, Canada Reads, now in its 21st year, is a "literary Survivor," with celebrities championing books.

January 2023 Halifax (Jan 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friend,   Happy New Year and welcome to our first newsletter of 2023. We hope you were gifted all of the books on your wish list for Christmas and that you are happily ensconced in a warm, cozy place enjoying the pleasure of reading. ‘Tis the season for making New Year’s Resolutions. Included in this month’s newsletter are some titles that may help you be successful with your 2023 resolutions.  Big congratulations to Michael Hamm, the mana

January 2023 Charlottetown (Jan 2023)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friend,   Happy New Year and welcome to our first newsletter of 2023. We hope you were gifted all of the books on your wish list for Christmas and that you are happily ensconced in a warm, cozy place enjoying the pleasure of reading. ‘Tis the season for making New Year’s Resolutions. Included in this month’s newsletter are some titles that may help you be successful with your 2023 resolutions.  Big congratulations to Michael Hamm, the mana

December 2022 Halifax (Dec 2022)
News from the Bookshop Hello bookworms, Big news! Our 2022 Christmas catalogue is out. It is 64 pages of our picks of the seasons’ best books with a sprinkling of pens and stationery, puzzles and games, and other gifts for bibliophiles. Again this year, the catalogue is bookended by the customer favourite ‘staff picks’ section. A digital version is also available on our website with links to the title if you are interested in more information or wish to order on-line. Have a look. In

December 2022 Charlottetown (Dec 2022)
News from the Bookshop Hello bookworms, Big news! Our 2022 Christmas catalogue is out. It is 64 pages of our picks of the seasons’ best books with a sprinkling of pens and stationery, puzzles and games, and other gifts for bibliophiles. Again this year, the catalogue is bookended by the customer favourite ‘staff picks’ section. A digital version is also available on our website with links to the title if you are interested in more information or wish to order on-line. Have a look. In

November 2022 Newsletter - HALIFAX (Nov 2022)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friend,   Welcome to our November newsletter. Our mailing list has now surpassed 1,000 subscribers! If you like what we are doing, please share the newsletter with your family and friends and help us to continue to grow our mailing list and spread our book love. November 11th is Remembrance Day and both Bookmark locations will be closed. Check out the list of military titles in this month’s newsletter.  It is important that we remember and a

November 2022 Newsletter - PEI (Nov 2022)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friend,   Welcome to our November newsletter. Our mailing list has now surpassed 1,000 subscribers! If you like what we are doing, please share the newsletter with your family and friends and help us to continue to grow our mailing list and spread our book love. November 11th is Remembrance Day and both Bookmark locations will be closed. Check out the list of military titles in this month’s newsletter.  It is important that we remember and a

October 2022 Newsletter Copy - HALIFAX (Oct 2022)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friend,   In spite of Fiona’s fury, downed trees, power outages and intermittent internet, here we are publishing our second newsletter on schedule. We hope you are well and still reading.   Issue one of our newsletter was delivered to over 400 Bookmark friends and subscribers. We’ve received a number of very positive emails about the content and suggestions for future editions. Our subscriber list is growing daily, so please share with your f

October 2022 Newsletter - CHARLOTTETOWN (Oct 2022)
News from the Bookshop Hello Book Friend,   In spite of Fiona’s fury, downed trees, power outages and intermittent internet, here we are publishing our second newsletter on schedule. We hope you are well and still reading.   Issue one of our newsletter was delivered to over 400 Bookmark friends and subscribers. We’ve received a number of very positive emails about the content and suggestions for future editions. Our subscriber list is growing daily, so please share with your f

September 2022 Newsletter - HALIFAX (Sep 2022)
News from the Bookshop Hello book friend,   We've been talking about the need for a newsletter for quite some time, so here we are, after many meetings, false starts and procrastination (on my part), finally sending out our first newsletter. We know that most people don’t need another email in their inbox so we are working hard to make ours one that you actually look forward to receiving and reading. We love books and reading and we hope that you will see this passion coming through

September 2022 Newsletter - PEI (Sep 2022)
News from the Bookshop Hello book friend,   We've been talking about the need for a newsletter for quite some time, so here we are, after many meetings, false starts and procrastination (on my part), finally sending out our first newsletter. We know that most people don’t need another email in their inbox so we are working hard to make ours one that you actually look forward to receiving and reading. We love books and reading and we hope that you will see this passion coming through




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