Saturday, November 1, 2008

Theme day-Books

This month theme is books or bookstore. This wasn't difficult for me, it had to be Books and Crannies. Not only is it a bookstore, but they have a small theatre in the back to show old movies and plays. They have space in the front of the store for book signings, demonstrations and celebrations. My photo is from earlier this year when they hosted a herb class.

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18 comments:

mirage2g said...

I remember this bookstore from your older post. I am yet to post mine, glad that I am here first! =) This store is a cozy one really!

Happy theme day!

Jilly said...

Wonderful little store and so personal. And a theatre! A real find.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Nice post for theme day. Looks like fun.

I forgot about theme day today so I just found some of the books I wrote and took a photo and published that. Too late to be included in the group but it worked for me. LOL

Kate said...

I wish for much success for this independent bookstore. My two favorites in St. Paul have gone out of business because of the large chains. I miss them a great deal because browsing at one in particular, The Hungry Mind, was one of my favorite activities. Your photo illustrates the importance of reading.

Joy said...

Definitely an interesting place to read books!

Do visit Norwich Daily Photo and find out what I have in store for this month's theme. Happy theme day! Enjoy your weekend!

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Tanya said...

What a cool bookstore! If I lived there, that would be my favorite too :) Happy Theme Day!

Hope said...

Looks like a really nice bookstore to spend some time in...I just love places like this!

marley said...

I've said it before and I'll say it a gain - I love this shops name!

Perfect for theme day!

Marcel said...

I recall your earlier post on this book store. It is good to see small non-chain book stores are still around.

ft. lauderdale daily photo said...

The indi bookstores are always the best. I am thoroughly enjoying all the photos posted today of these great shops, along with hearing their creative names!

raf said...

Have enjoyed all your posts about this bookstore, Jim, and wondered, before opening your site, if it might be your choice today. It appears to be a natural for gathering and/or hanging out.

jill said...

I love to see a live and working bookstore.

Kelly said...

Wow! This looks like a really neat place! I love the idea of old movies and other performances taking place in the store!

Ms. Hays said...

What do I gotta do to get you to check out my page? HUH? Go now, do it now, go!

lv2scpbk said...

Looks like a nice place to find some good books.

Small City Scenes said...

I remember you writing about this store before. Seems like a great place. MB

Dan said...

Looks like a place I would love the wander around in!

Simon said...

This was a pleasant surprise to find :-) I've seen this bookstore before because my girlfriend recorded her going around the store for me. I'm visiting her for the first time later this month and it's exciting to look through this site to see what I'll be finding. Apparently there's an adorable little cat called Maddie who lives around the book store.

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My girlfriend is in a play that is being shown at the book store from Thursday December the 4th so check it out if you can :-)
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Can't wait to visit Terrel. Thanks again for this website, I love coming here everyday :-)