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Thank you to those who visited with us at Canton International Festival November 15 and purchased items. We were happy to be a part of the Festivities.
Join us November 21 for Diversity Night at Field Elementary School at 6 pm. We will an array of bilingual books, novels, chapter books, and science fictuon cook books from different culture, dvd’s and other items for your buying pleasure.
November is …
What is Happening to Grandpa? by Maria Shriver $16.00
Try these books…
Bringing Asha Home by Uma Krishnaswami
This is a great introduction to the sensitive and important topic of adoption.
Journey Home by Lawrence McKay $$ .95
Mai is excited about traveling to Vietnam with her mother. Mom wants to search for her birth family and Mai wants to help solve the mystery
Please have your students enter the Native American Heritage Month Essay Contest by completing the registration form and mailing their entry to us.
The End of Diabetes by Joel Fuhrman, M.D.
Looking toward December ...
First Hockey Words by Per- Henrik Gurth $15.99
Snowy Sports by Per-Henrik Gurth $15.99
Roc and Roes 12 Days of Christmas by Nick Cannon $17.99
Freddy the Frogcaster and the Big Blizzard by Janice Dean $16.99
Here is a website about Missing People. Please visit the site to see if you might have seen the people listed. You could be a great help with the information that you provide to authorities.
Since we support the Great Lakes Independent Bookseller Association and others, we bring you this feature …Check out what others are reading … Indie Bound Best Seller List
Check our blogspot http://envirobookstore.blogspot.com/ for our book reviews.
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Remember… everyday is Independent’s Day with your continued support. We keep the public informed on why buying local makes “cents”.