Jane Mount's Bibliophile: An Illustrated Miscellany is an absolute gift to book lovers, covering things like literary trivia, bookstore cats, profiles of bookish people, so many recommendations, and guides to beloved libraries and bookstores from around the world. Here, with her own illustrations, are some of Jane's favorite bookstores outside of the US. The team built spiraling bookshelves that moved with them to a new, subterranean location in For a single store, BooksActually has a significant presence in Singapore and beyond, presenting books by Singaporean authors in vending machines throughout the city and shipping books across the globe. The store started online and opened its storefront in , with a global and local, new and rare selection. Books for Cooks was founded in by Heidi Lascelles, when London was still an improbable food destination.
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In the wake of the tragic killings of Ahmaud Arbery , George Floyd , and Breonna Taylor —combined with the global uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic —the United States is in the midst of a national revolution. While institutionalized racism and police brutality have long been a part of America's history, millions across the country are now reconciling with and addressing generations of racial inequality. For some, that means taking to the streets in protest. For others, it's uplifting the cause by supporting Black owned businesses , or seeking education through anti-racist literature. Because of the latter, one industry that's seen an influx in support and attention are Black-owned bookstores. Many shops across the country are overwhelmed with customers due to the collective push to both "buy Black" and read books written by Black authors.
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Heads up! Once a reader, always a reader. No matter where in the world life takes you, or how uncertain your life may be, there is always one constant you can count on: literature. Nothing can beat lying down in the grass at Park HaYarkon or curling up at Charles Clore on the way to Jaffa for an afternoon read. Prepare to spend whole afternoons crouched in the shop's narrow, maze-like aisles, amidst the welcome smell of books stationed in a random alleyway off of Allenby Street.
Last year, DeForge released Familiar Face, a book which explored the increasingly detached digital world Pour visiter plusieurs endroits In , Kunio Yanagita—author, folklore specialist, and proponent of Japanese legends of the yokai and kami—compiled a series of stories generated from the Tono The debates kick off this week. We're huge fans of the shortlist for Canada Reads!