Happy St. Patrick’s Day from the staff at Dartmouth Book Exchange
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On March 12, 1957, Dr.Seuss unleashed The Cat In The Hat onto an unsuspecting & innocent world and we haven’t been the same since. Happy 61th Anniversary!!! Today, after reading The Cat In The Hat, enjoy a Thing 1 & Thing 2 inspired Strawberry Shortcake dessert.
One more sleep until Dr. Seuss’ birthday- March 2nd. Did you know he would have been 114 this year? While he is no longer with us, his legacy lives on in the pages of his books. To celebrate his birthday read one of his many books with your child, such as his famous Cat in […]
True crime is a non-fiction literary genre in which the author examines an actual crime and details the actions of real people. If you like True Crime novels come check out our True Crime section. We also have some discounted paperback True Crimes in lids below.
Please note we will be closed on Monday February 19, 2018 for Nova Scotia’s 4th Annual Heritage/Family/Mona Louise Parsons Day. We will resume normal hours Tuesday February 20, 2018.
“Give them a gift they will remember long after they’ve read the book!” Join Still Moments Designs on March 24, 2018 at Dartmouth Book Exchange from 11:00am – 3:00pm. Stop by the book store and see our unique designs of ribbon and silver-tone hook bookmarks highlighted with beautiful charms. Love a good mystery, romance, or […]
Our visit by Local Young Adult & Children’s Author, Melanie Mosher was quite successful today. Several children will be reading their brand new, autographed copies of Fire Pie Trout and Goth Girl tonight.
Several new Charm Bookmarks, by Still Moment Designs, were dropped off at our store this morning including this one. Remember Valentine’s Day is right around the corner.
In one week we welcome: Local Young Adult & Children’s Author Melanie Mosher Author of Goth Girl and Fire Pie Trout. She will here Saturday, February 10th from 1:00pm to 4:00pm to talk about, sign & sell her books. We look forward to seeing you for our very first special event here at Dartmouth Book […]
“Then suddenly, Mr. Wonka stopped. In front of him, there was a shiny metal door. The party crowded round. On the door, in large letters, it said: THE CHOCOLATE ROOM”- End of Chapter 14- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. Before you open the door to the chocolate room make/eat something chocolate with […]