Here’s what’s happening in the world of indie bookstores this week:
Otter Lane Book Shop in Anoka, Minnesota, is now open.
Enchanted Chapters, a children’s and YA bookstore with a focus on accessibility for people on the autism spectrum or with other disabilities, held its grand opening in Phoenix, Arizona, last weekend.
High Five Books & Art Always, a children’s bookstore and art studio that share a space, has opened in Florence, Massachusetts.
Loyalty Bookstores in Washington, D.C., will open a second location, in Silver Spring, Maryland, this weekend.
Midtown Scholar has just wrapped up hosting the seventh annual Harrisburg Book Festival in Pennsylvania.
Pat Rudebusch, the new owner of Orinda Books in Orinda, California, is set to speak at the general meeting of the American Association of University Women-Orinda Moraga Lafayette Branch on October 15.
The Mysterious Bookshop in New York City was featured in an article called “The secret to The Mysterious Bookshop’s 40-plus years of success.”
Next Page Books, River Lights Bookstore, and Prairie Lights were featured in an article on “Literary Tourism: Eastern Iowa, With Indie Bookstores Galore.”
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