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Lauren Cutter
· July 7, 2017
Their young adult/teen recommendations have always been amazing. Love your store.
Ed Gabrielsen
December 1, 2011
Our favorite bookstore!
George Campbell
December 12, 2011
Great Book store, my favorite in Maine!
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Opening today at 10:00, we'll see how the day goes!

Not sure about opening tomorrow Tuesday March 13, please call the store before you come down. 207-739-6200. Happy storm!


Congrats to Adrienne! Can't wait to see the new look!

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Patty Marshall Rice to Oxford Hills, Maine, Town Square

Adrienne Cote, new owner of The Tribune (formerly Books N Things of Norway) will hold her grand re-opening today, Saturday March 3 @ 10 am. Adrienne is really ...looking forward to maintaining the traditions and appeal of the independently owned bookstore. She will continue to be ‘the hub’ for ticket sales for Oxford Hills events. Why not stop in and see the new paint, new carpeting, new display of books and gifts, and the new setup she has worked tirelessly on, and help support the new Norway downtown business owner?! Take a break from your screens, and buy a book! You’ll be glad you did! The Tribune, 430 Main Street, Norway ME.

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From KQED's MindShift: The "Mathical" list features books that succeed in communicating math ideas and tell great stories.

A math research organization curates a list of "Mathical" books each year that have great stories featuring math for students of all ages.

Here are some of our favorite books by and about presidents from the past few decades.

[From our archives] Some of our favorite books by and about presidents from the past few decades.

Today was the big day for kids book announcements--2018 Newbery, Caldecott, Printz Awards and more. Check out the winners. I always look for MAINE connections o...n the winners list. This year one of the Sibert Honor Awards for most distinguished informational books for children is "Chef Roy Choi and the Street Food Remix" by Jacqueline Briggs Martin and June Jo Lee, illustrated by Man One (Readers to Eaters series)--author Jacqueline Briggs Martin lives in Iowa now, but she grew up in Turner, Maine. Also, one of the members of the Newbery Committee was Cathy Potter, a librarian from the Falmouth School System. Leave a comment if I missed any other Maine connections. Congrats to all the winners--my TBR list just grew!

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The American Library Association announced the recipients of the 2018 Youth Media Awards during a morning press conference at the ALA Midwinter Meeting in Denver.

Books N Things is now closed, and will reopen March 3rd with a new owner. Thank you all for your years of support, and especially to all of you who were able to stop by today! It was a great time!

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January 29

Thank you everyone who has stopped by with well-wishes. More food coming soon, swing by on your way home from work!

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Books N Things recommended Happi Chicks Bake Shop to Celebration of 12 Years!

It's been quite a day visiting with everyone. We'll be open 'til 6pm tonight and have supper coming from Happi Chicks Bake Shop at 4. Stop by after work and say hi. We would love to see you!

Don't forget that this is our final Saturday and the party is on Monday! Everything is still on sale! Thanks for all your years of support!

Still looking for this? We now have it in stock (20% off)

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Independent We Stand

I mean...the numbers don't lie. Shopping locally is the way to go! 😲

Everyone must be playing in the snow today! I'm going to clean my car off, and be back in a few. Just a reminder, that we're still open until the 27th, with everything on sale

Grab the popcorn and see which of your favorite books are coming to the big screen.

Plan your reading (and viewing) list with the Goodreads’ guide to this year’s most anticipated adaptations.