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Auntie's Bookstore opened in 1978 in the Spokane Flour Mill under the name of "The Book and Game Company" and has been selling books ever since. Auntie's moved to its current location in the Liberty Building in 1994 located on the corner of Washington and Main. The store carries both new and used books, cards, tshirts, Spokane specialty items and other gifts to bring home for yourself or your favorite bibliophile.
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“It's November of 1940. The Warsaw Ghetto is a residential neighborhood in Poland, but one from which no-one is allowed to leave. It is the same as a prison camp and the 'residents' are all awaiting an uncertain future. Now, of course, we know what happened to them eventually. But in this story, a man named Adam is working for the underground, of a sort. He is an archivist who is listening to and capturing the stories of the others in the Ghetto. Their pasts, their dreams for the future, and...”Linda • Auntie's Bookstore
“I was born curious. As a toddler, I was often found running down the sidewalk, off on an adventure. They eventually had to put me in a harness and tie me to a fence in the front yard. I know what it means to want to learn new things, to wonder about life and other people. I think it's wonderful that the author has linked curiosity with our need to listen to others and try to understand them. I always argue for the idea that there is a reason people are the way they are and I want to...”Linda • Auntie's Bookstore
“For some reason, when I began reading The Peach Seed, it was as though I was listening to a voice-over on one of those true crime shows on TV... laying out the story, beginning with a lovely description of 2012 Georgia, going on to describe a scene from history. I was captured! This is a love story, and a story about history and heritage and, above all, memory. I won't described the storyline. If beautiful language and images aren't enough for you, then go ahead and pass by this debut novel....”Linda • Auntie's Bookstore
“An impressive journalistic report on 100 years in the Greenwood District of Tulsa, Oklahoma, this story covers all of the major assaults on this community and their courageous dedication to survival and renewal. A grand read for anyone interested in Black history in America, and what it takes to keep going in the face of devastation. I so highly recommend this to everyone who can handle it!”Linda • Auntie's Bookstore
“You've heard the phrase 'horse of a different color?' No? Okay, so you're young enough to get a few pointers out of these coming-of-age tales from the founder of Talking Shrimp (and other amazing endeavors). It's a collection that truly is not your standard horse tail, uh tale. The only thing left to say is: IT'S FUNNY! So read it already...”Linda • Auntie's Bookstore
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From the Libro.fm Blog
The Harmful Impact of Audible Exclusives
By Mark Pearson • September 7th, 2023
You may have noticed there are certain audiobooks that are not available on Libro.fm. They are called Audible Exclusives, and they hurt bookstores, they hurt libraries, and they limit community access to audiobooks.Read the article