July 9, 2024

Summer Hours in July and August


Monday     10am - 5pm

Tuesday    10am - 5pm

Wednesday 10am - 7pm

Thursday   10am - 7pm

Friday     10am - 4pm 

Saturday   10am - 5pm 

Sunday Closed

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The #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Magicians trilogy returns with a triumphant reimagining of the King Arthur legend for the new millennium



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The uplifting story of a young Black scientist’s challenging journey to flourish outside the traditional confines of academia, inspired by her innate connection to nature’s most misunderstood animal—the shark.

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Diana Bishop journeys to the darkest places within herself—and her family history—in the highly anticipated fifth novel of the beloved #1 New York Times bestselling All Souls series.



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Where's Waldo Coming Back in Newtown!

July 1st through July 30th!

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We have a limited number of signed copies of Jodi Picoult's new book coming Aug 20th!


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"A Death in Cornwall"

by Daniel Silva


A brutal murder, a missing masterpiece, a mystery only Gabriel Allon can solve: Acclaimed #1 New York Times–bestselling author Daniel Silva returns with the year’s most anticipated new thriller.



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"Long Island Compromise"

by Taffy Brodesser-Akner


An exhilarating novel about one American family, the dark moment that shatters their suburban paradise, and the wild legacy of trauma and inheritance, from the New York Times bestselling author of Fleishman Is in Trouble


“Were we gangsters? No. But did we know how to start a fire?”


In 1980, a wealthy businessman named Carl Fletcher is kidnapped from his driveway, brutalized, and held for ransom. He is returned to his wife and kids less than a week later, only slightly the worse, and the family moves on with their lives, resuming their prized places in the saga of the American dream, comforted in the realization that though their money may have been what endangered them, it is also what assured them their safety.

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"The Summer Pact"

by Emily Giffin


In the wake of tragedy, a group of friends makes a pact that will cause them to reunite a decade later and embark upon a life-changing adventure together—from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Meant to Be.


Four freshmen arrive at college from completely different worlds: Lainey, a California party girl with a flair for drama; Tyson, a brilliant scholar and aspiring lawyer from Washington, D.C.; Summer, an ambitious, recruited athlete from the Midwest; and Hannah, a mild-mannered southerner who is content to quietly round out the circle of big personalities. Soon after arriving on campus, they strike up a conversation in their shared dorm, and the seeds of friendship are planted.

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"Lenny Marks Gets Away with Murder"

by Kerryn Mayne


Lenny Marks is excellent at not having a life.


She bikes home from work at exactly 4pm each day, buys the same groceries for the same meals every week, and owns thirty-six copies of The Hobbit (currently arranged by height). The closest thing she has to a friendship is playing Scrabble against an imaginary Monica Gellar while watching Friends reruns.


And Lenny Marks is very, very good at not remembering what happened the day her mother and stepfather disappeared when she was still a child. The day a voice in the back of her mind started whispering, You did this.

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"The Briar Club "

by Kate Quinn


The New York Times bestselling author of The Diamond Eye and The Rose Code returns with a haunting and powerful story of female friendships and secrets in a Washington, DC, boardinghouse during the McCarthy era.


Washington, DC, 1950. Everyone keeps to themselves at Briarwood House, a down-at-the-heels all-female boardinghouse in the heart of the nation’s capital where secrets hide behind white picket fences. But when the lovely, mysterious widow Grace March moves into the attic room, she draws her oddball collection of neighbors into unlikely friendship: poised English beauty Fliss, whose facade of perfect wife and mother covers gaping inner wounds; policeman’s daughter Nora, who finds herself entangled with a shadowy gangster; frustrated baseball star Beatrice, whose career has come to an end along with the women’s baseball league of WWII; and poisonous, gung-ho Arlene, who has thrown herself into McCarthy’s Red Scare.

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Events

July 1st through July 31st Where's Waldo Through Newtown More Information


July 11th 6:30pm Guest Author More Information

Instore Lisa Fernandez "Comfort & Joy"


July 25th 11:00am Day Time Bookclub Order Book

Instore "The Book of Charlie" by David VonDrehle

Note, Day Time Book Club is meeting the 4th Thu in July


July 30th 7:00pm Evening Bookclub Order Book

Virtual "American Daughters" by Piper Huguley


August 1st 6:30pm "Where's Waldo Instore Celebration" More Information


Aug 15th 11:00am Day Time Bookclub Order Book

Instore "Crow Mary" by Kathleen Grissom


July 30th 7:00pm Evening Bookclub Order Book

Virtual "American Daughters" by Piper Huguley


Aug 27th 7:00pm Evening Bookclub Order Book

Virtual "The Painter" by Peter Heller



Note, the Monthly Poetry Group will not meet in June, July and August.

The Cookbook Club will not meet in July and August.

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Summer Hours

July and August


Monday     10am - 5pm

Tuesday    10am - 5pm

Wednesday 10am - 7pm

Thursday   10am - 7pm

Friday     10am - 4pm 

Saturday   10am - 5pm 

Sunday     Closed