Welcome to the Norwich Bookstore on the Web

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  • The most up-to-date event listings.
  • Staff reviews of our favorite books.
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  • Lists of other book suggestions from IndieBound - other independent booksellers across the country.
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  • E-books from Kobo to download to your iPad, Nook, Kobo, or other e-reader.

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Upcoming events

  • 10/29/2014 - 7:00pm

    In spite of cold winters and short, wet summers, Deirdre Heekin and her husband set out to get an eight-acre Vermont farm up and running. The couple's plan included growing a vineyard, heirloom fruits, plus vegetables, herbs, roses and wildflowers. In An Unlikely Vineyard: The Education of a Farmer and Her Quest for Terroir, Heekin explores...   (more)

    Photo by Jan Cannon.

  • 11/12/2014 - 7:00pm

    salikenniIn 1996, Norwich couple Don and Alison May launched The Salikenni Scholarship Fund, a non-profit organization that pays tuition for boys and girls in one cluster of rural villages in The Gambia in West Africa.

    An African Education is the story of that project -- its successes, mistakes, and lessons learned -- documenting the obstacles children and parents face in trying to achieve education goals. Focusing on individual students educated under the program, the book follows them as they become local managers of the program.

     

  • 11/19/2014 - 7:00pm

    Good Grief! Life in a Tiny Vermont Village invites readers back into the raucous and loving home of Ellen Stimson's family, whose trials and tribulations of moving to Vermont were featured in Mud Season. Stimson and family are a bit more settled in the rural state now, getting fresh milk from neighborhood cows and enjoying eggs from their own backyard chickens (and they've given up the general store). Her children are the focus this time around, and Stimson has plent of funny and heartwarming anecdotes about all three of them.

     

     

     

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