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June 14. AKA The Most Beautiful June of All.

Today is an absolutely stunning summer day, perfect for getting into town for a walk, a visit to the Market or Labadie Station, and of course a stop at your friendly, neighborhood bookstore for a quick bite to eat or an interesting new read! Sit. This is the view from my favorite spot on Front … Continue reading

Friday the Thirteenth…the Right Way. (White Chocolate Cappuccino and The Book Thief)
Fiction / Future Classic / Giver's Picks / Historical Fiction / NY Times Bestseller / Sit. Sip. Relax. Read. / Teen

Friday the Thirteenth…the Right Way. (White Chocolate Cappuccino and The Book Thief)

Sit. Sip. White Chocolate Cappuccino    Relax. Read. This page in Mark Zusak’s The Book Thief made him my favorite author. He is capable of turning both pain and confusion; atrocity and history into a sweepingly beautiful symphony of words. Summer came. For the book thief, everything was going nicely. For me, the sky was the color … Continue reading

Authors Preview Books and Read at Giver’s Book Cafe
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Authors Preview Books and Read at Giver’s Book Cafe

On Saturday June 7, Giver’s Book Cafe was honored to host a preview reading of local author Allie Walker’s upcoming book On My Way Home. The release date has been set for the book, and we will be carrying copies here in our store. I’m excited to announce that another book reading/signing is in the works. Marthasville-based author  Becky … Continue reading

This is a Soul
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This is a Soul

By: Marilyn Berger Giver’s In-Store Price: $8 This is a Soul transports Western readers, American readers to a world they will likely never see. In Ethiopia, we join Dr. Rick Hodes in his daily, ceaseless efforts to cure diseases many doctors have never seen (and therefore struggle to identifiy). We meet children who are dying from diseases … Continue reading