Does your “Elf on the Shelf” bring with them, on the day they first arrive, a stack of wrapped children’s Christmas stories to unwrap & read each night as a countdown until Christmas??? Are they a few books short??? Send them this way. We have several to choose from.
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Our Theme Table has changed over to something a bit more Christmassy.
Did you know that November is “Picture Book” Month??? In the past few weeks we have reorganized & added over 500 books to our children’s room. Many of these are picture books. “You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child.”- Dr. Seuss
The next time you are in our store, fill out a ballot to win this Christmas Basket from Still Moments Magazine. It will make the perfect Christmas gift for yourself or the Romantic bookworm on your list. It’s filled with romance novels, fuzzy socks, bookmarks, chocolates, ornaments & much more.
On October 15th, 1952 Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White was first published. My son’s class read it last year. I remember reading it for the first time in Grade 2. When was the first time you read it???
We are pleased to announce that Nancy Weaver has won the Cowboy themed basket from Still Moments Magazine! Congratulations Nancy! And once again we’d like to give a big thanks to Darlene Fredette of Still Moments magazine for her generosity and support of Dartmouth Book Exchange. Thanks Darlene!
Good morning from the staff at Dartmouth Book Exchange. Check out our new Movie/T.V. Section at the front of our store. The books here are alphabetized by the title of the Movie or Show. If you Liked the Movie- You’ll Love the Book.
Autumn has arrived and our seasonal table has been updated to all things fall.
Junie B. Jones is a children’s book series written by Barbara Park and illustrated by Denise Brunkus. Published by Random House from 1992 to 2013, the stories begin with Junie B. Jones and the Stupid Smelly Bus, in which Junie B. is an “almost six year old” starting her first day of kindergarten. We now […]
I don’t remember the title…but it was a blue book.