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    Bookburgh opens in northern New York; Powell’s is setting for artist’s photos, book; Fabled Bookshop coming to Waco; Dog Ears Bookstore starts afterschool program; Branches Books & Gifts participates in fall festival; Cellar Door Books marks five years; Buffalo Street Books raises funds

    Bookseller’s Dream of Children’s Book Expo Comes to Life

    Next month, the Western New York Children’s Book Expo, started by an independent bookstore, will attract authors, illustrators, teachers, and families to a day-long celebration of reading.

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    Politics and Prose opening at The Wharf; Lake Worth’s Book Cellar opens after Irma; Argos Brewhouse & Bookseller hosts grand opening; Horizon Books marks 25 years

    Whitelam Books Anticipates Warm Welcome in Reading

    Opening in early November in downtown Reading, Massachusetts, Whitelam Books will offer a mix of general interest and children’s titles.

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    Bards Alley cuts the red ribbon; Kew & Willow to open on weekends; Phoenix Books marks 10 years, starts writing scholarship; Copperfish Books celebrates fifth birthday; Gulliver’s Books moving to new home; Moon Palace on the move; Upstate New York bookstores create regional bookshop tour; Waucoma Bookstore gets visit from governor in wake of wildfire

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    Ann Patchett touts indie bookstores on CBS Sunday Morning; The Book Cellar set for October opening; Duende District celebrates Hispanic heritage; Arizona’s Book Vault gets bigger; Eastwind Books named small business of the month; Scattered Books’ video goes viral

    Riverstone Books to Open in Pittsburgh

    The owner of St. Croix’s Undercover Books is opening a new independent store to meet demand in the North Hills of Pittsburgh.

    West Grove Collective to Become The Book Catapult

    San Diego residents Seth Marko and Jen Powell have purchased Anne Mery’s West Grove Collective, a book and gift store they are rebranding as The Book Catapult, a general-interest bookstore.

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    Wheatberry Books plans December opening; McNally Jackson heads to Brooklyn; Lahaska Bookshop opens in Pennsylvania; Books of Wonder expands in New York City; New owners for Dunaway Books; Ellen Plumb’s celebrates first anniversary

    Roanoke’s Book No Further Aims to Become Hub for Book Lovers and Authors

    Book No Further will open on October 27 in downtown Roanoke, Virginia, with a mix of fiction, nonfiction, and children’s books and a focus on local authors and the history and sights of the region.

    Independent Bookstore in Upstate New York Opens Door to Work With Nonprofits

    The Open Door in Schenectady is encouraging its customers to support a local literacy program as part of what it hopes will be the first of many such partnerships with area nonprofits.

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    The King’s English Bookshop celebrates 40 years; The Raven Book Store marks 30 years with change in ownership; Books & Mortar expanding in Grand Rapids; Ann Patchett speaks at Interabang Books grand opening; HugoBooks takes over café; Blue Ridge Books moving to new spot

    Around Indies

    Solid State signs a lease; Argos opens in Texas; Rough Draft to open in New York; Parnassus opens airport store; Books Inc. relocates Mountain View store; Personnel​ ​changes​ ​at​ ​Avid​

    Around Indies

    Austy’s opens in Indiana; I AM Books marks two years; Tubby & Coo’s to celebrate three years

    Goddess Murals Adorn Wisconsin’s New InkLink Books

    InkLink Books, former librarian Kayleen Rohrer’s new general interest bookstore in East Troy, Wisconsin, opened earlier this summer and features murals of goddesses of wisdom from different world cultures.

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