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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!
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.
December 2017 e-News: As we near the end of the year, Dave muses on the magical power of books and highlights some of his favorite picks for the holidays.
November 2017 e-News: The winter holiday season is sprinting towards us! We're happy to help with gift ideas and a few ways to save this season too.
October 2017 e-News: In this month's newsletter, our current Mayor, Val Tollefson, reflects on local politics.
September 2017 e-News: Changes are afoot in our Used Book inventory. We think you'll be happy.
August 2017 e-News: Our one and only Emma says goodbye for now and reflects on her time at Eagle Harbor Books.
July 2017 e-News: June was National LGBT Pride Month. And so, we had a table display of books on the subject with a caption: "Who are the rainbows in your life?" In response, one of our customers left us an anonymous note.
June 2017 e-News: Well, they've changed owners at Eagle Harbor Books, and it's been nearly a year with our new owners in place, Jane and Dave Danielson. While it's true that no one here has been clicking his heels or wearing a busby, changes have been made, and we who work here are used to changes. But what about the new owners?
May 2017 e-News: Quality magazines often capture a small slice of a bigger story or the sweet telling of a small one. Either way, it's a delight to find a pearl hidden between the covers.
April 2017 e-News: This quote by the extraordinary poet, Muriel Rukeyser, says it best. Spring has finally arrived. Coming out of the damp and the dark season of introspection, we look forward to light, warmth, renewal, and action. It is time to burst into flower!
March 2017 e-News: We hope you enjoy this first edition of our new monthly newsletter. This streamlined format will keep you current on bookstore events and promotions, book groups, hot new titles, curated selections from our staff and elsewhere, and topical issues on our island and beyond.
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