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Eagle Harbor Book Co. e-Newsletter
Our e-newsletter presents our monthly blog update, author events, staff recommendations, new title releases, children and YA selections, book group information, timely store promotions, and more. Delivered monthly, it provides you with the latest book news and events from the bookstore. Below you'll find our recent e-newsletters as well as an archive of our older printed newsletters. You can also click here to subscribe to the email newsletter. Enjoy!
June 2019 e-News: It's summer reading season! And just as you're finding more to do outside, we have a lot going on in the store like our annual Seattle7Writers event, gifts for graduates, gifts for Father's Day, and our Pride Month spotlight table.
May 2019 Kids & Teens Monthly Reader: Storytime begins at Eagle Harbor Books! Plus: Teen Book Group, TAB, and more!
May 2019 e-News: We're here to help you find that special gift for moms and graduates. In addition, we're making a few store improvements, so please pardon the chaos and brevity of this month's e-newsletter!
April 2019 Kids & Teens Monthly Reader: Children's Book Week, Bookmark Design Contest, Easter Sunday, and more!
April 2019 e-News: This month, we're celebrating the return of cherry blossoms, new books, and Independent Bookstore Day!
March 2019 Kids & Teens Monthly Reader: Independent Bookstore Day, Teen Advisory Board, and more!
March 2019 e-News: As we all enjoy the laguid change in season, we want to say 'thank you' for sticking with us through all of the change.
February 2019 Kids & Teens Monthly Reader: YA Survival Tour, the revival of the Teen Advisory Board, and more!
February 2019 e-News: It's time for our annual Staff Favorites, when our booksellers reveal their three favorite books of the previous year. Plus, learn about our upcoming events and what's new in hardback and paperback!
January 2019 Kids & Teens Monthly Reader: Josie's Lost Tooth and Thank You Bees, PAWS Book Fair, YA Survival Tour, and more!
January 2019 e-News: As we kick off the New Year, we review our 2018 accomplishments and highlight what we're looking forward to in 2019.
December 2018 Kids & Teens Monthly Reader: New Dog Man, Helpline House Book Drive, Josie's Lost Tooth, and more!
December 2018 e-News: It's time to deck the halls, celebrate the gift of giving, and snuggle with a good book. Check out December's events, sales, gift ideas, and our latest staff recommendations.
November 2018 Kids & Teens Monthly Reader: Holiday Gift Guide, Llama Llama Pajama Drive, Carden School Book Fair, Teen Advisory Board, and more!
November 2018 e-News: Check out November's events, new book releases, and our latest staff recommendations.
October 2018 Kids & Teens Monthly Reader: Halloween Bash, Island School Book Fair, Best YA of October, and more!
October 2018 e-News: It's the season for fall foliage, jack-o-lanterns, and prestigious book awards. Check out this year's nominees, as well as this month's new books and our staff recommendations.
September 2018 Kids & Teens Monthly Reader: An ENORMOUS storytime, Educator Night Out, Faith Erin Hicks visits Eagle Harbor Books on Sept 27, September 23-27 is Banned Books Week, new releases and more!
September 2018 e-News: Jane has a great book recommendation for improving the quality of meetings and get togethers.
August 2018 Kids & Teens Monthly Reader: Cool summer sidewalk science, a pajama party with Suzanne Selfors and George Shannon, The Darkest Minds hits the big screen, new releases, and so much more! All in the first edition of our Kids & Teens e-newsletter.
August 2018 e-News: With our renovation work behind us, we encourage everyone to come in and and experience our expanded space.
July 2018 e-News: Summer is in high gear! This month, check out our reading list inspired by Independence Day, Waldo makes his return, and we're offering two new summer Comic Art Workshops for teens and middle schoolers!
June 2018 e-News: Summer is finally in full bloom and we are warming up to celebrate the new season, father's, and new graduates!
May 2018 e-News: With the arrival of Spring, we take time to appreciate blossoms, Mother's Day, and the benefits of lawn maintenance.
April 2018 e-News: With different faith-based groups performing acts of kindness or conflict in recent news, we highlight two books for your reading consideration.
March 2018 e-News: In the wake of seemingly constant crises, we've chosen to expand our mission as your local bookstore and community resource.
February 2018 e-News: As we muddle our way through winter, we could all use a few limmericks to brighten our day.
January 2018 e-News: We kick off the new year thinking about books that could facilitate deeper discussions on the topic of sexual harrassment and discrimination.
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