How the Grinch Stole Christmas!Dr. Seuss (1957) The Grinch first appeared in a 32 line illustrated poem titled “The Hoobub and the Grinch,” published in 1955 in Redbook magazine. Seuss later revisited the character of the Grinch, writing him into his own book, which was published in 1957, the same year Seuss released The Cat in the Hat. The first Seuss book with a villain as the main character, How the Grinch Stole Christmas! is compared with Dicken’s classic, A Christmas Carol, for showing … Continued
Here’s a few good books on Hygge! Hygge translates roughly to mean cozy, content, enjoying the simple things in life. It can be best understood through feeling: cozying up with a loved one and watching a movie, eating a warm meal with family and friends, or sitting alone in thick socks and a warm drink next to a fireplace with a favorite book.
One of the greatest gifts you can give a child is the love of reading and the appreciation of books. It is particularly wonderful to share a book that was important to you when you were small!
In that same vein, we’ve been daydreaming about opening our own bar – the Bibliobar – where you get a classic book to go with your drink order. It’s kind of like a blind date, only safer and more likely to be a good match. Here are our book recommendations based on what you’re drinking. Feel free to chime in with your own drink and book recommendations in the comments, and look for round two (and three) of Bibliobar.
Fans around the world are mourning the death of Stan Lee, comic book titan. Born in 1922 to immigrant parents, Lee entered the comic book industry at a young age as a proofreader for Timely Comics. Born Stanley Martin Lieber, he adopted the pen name Stan Lee with the publication of his comic book debut, writing text filler for “Captain America Foils the Traitor’s Revenge” in Captain America Comics #3. In addition to the many comic books Lee would go … Continued
Biblio remains proud to be an independent alternative to Amazon for rare booksellers and collectors around the globe. ASHEVILLE, North Carolina., November 5, 2018 — Biblio.com is extending a special signing offer to independent booksellers around the world. In the wake of the decision by Amazon subsidiary Abebooks to remove sellers based in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Russia, and South Korea, all booksellers (new and existing) who list on Biblio from those countries will have their listing fees completely waived … Continued
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Oliver Street location of Old Editions Bookshop and Gallery, ABAA, will be held on November 1, 2018, at 4 p.m. The public is invited to join in the grand opening celebrations. From WNYPapers: “Old Editions Bookshop and Gallery sells used and rare books, prints, artwork, first editions, signed books, historical documents, collectible magazines, and other memorabilia. Owner Ronald Cozzi has a vast collection of over 300,000 items that have been acquired over … Continued
Illustrator Harry Clarke perfectly embodies the quiet terror and overwhelming claustrophobia of Edgar Allen Poe’s most loved stories. If you enjoy not sleeping and jumping at every noise your house makes, you should really check out Tales of Mystery and Imagination, a collection of stories by Edgar Allen Poe. First adopted in 1908 by Padraic Colum, the collection has been published and reproduced by many publishing houses, but the most memorable editions feature illustrations by famed stained glass artist and … Continued
Pumpkin Moonshine is Best Shared with the Whole Family Don’t worry, Biblio hasn’t pivoted towards the illegal still industry. Pumpkin Moonshine is an adorable children’s book authored and illustrated by the famed Tasha Tudor. Just in time for Halloween, your little trick-or-treaters will love the story and illustrations featured in this timeless tale of adventure and mischief. Pumpkin Moonshine tells the story of Sylvie Ann, a rambunctious child who goes searching for the perfect pumpkin moonshine, more commonly known as … Continued
On a foggy summer night, eleven people — ten privileged, one down-on-his-luck painter — depart Martha’s Vineyard on a private jet headed for New York. Sixteen minutes later, the unthinkable happens: the plane plunges into the ocean. The only survivors are the painter Scott Burroughs and a four-year-old boy, who is now the last remaining member of an immensely wealthy and powerful media mogul’s family.
I’ve been on a bit of murder kick lately, so when Georgia Hardstock of the super-cool podcast My Favorite Murder recommended Noah Hawley’s Before the Fall, I eagerly grabbed a copy. This review will contain the big spoiler, so consider yourself warned. (more…)