Would you like to order a signed book? We are happy to help you with that!
We have the great good fortune of having many published writers in the Upper Valley region who are willing to stop by and sign books, and we can always arrange to have a visiting author personalize a book even if you are not able to attend the reading.
Ordering signed copies is easy. You may either call us at (802) 649-1114, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or order the book online here. If you decide to order on this website, please be sure specify that you would like the book to be signed in the 'Comments' field when you are checking out your Shopping Cart.
If you would like a special message to be included with the signature, please let us know what you would like it to be. We do not need specific wording, just the name and a general idea of what you are looking for. (Eg. "for Joe for his 40th Birthday" or "just a signature, no inscription")
(Please note: The list is organized by date of publication with the most recent books at the top.)
Computers have failed, electricity is extinct, and the race to discover new lands heats up in the thrilling second book of the award-winning Expeditioners series.
The Expeditioners and the Treasure of Drowned Man's Canyon is an exciting new adventure novel for middle grade readers!
Make way for the Wests -- Zander, Kit and MK -- three orphans living in the near future when computers and electricity have failed. Determined to find out what happened to their father on his last expedition, they have to lay low so evil government officials won’t discover that they no longer have adult supervision. Then a mysterious stranger hands Kit half a map -- one of their father’s -- and the West’s set off to discover where the map leads.
We are happy to arrange to have Sarah sign a book for you.
"FROM THE AUTHOR OF "HER SISTER'S SHADOW
By the water
Have fun "
These are Joy's grandmother's last words left behind on a note. A note that Joy's mother, Grace, has interpreted as instructions for her memorial service. And so, the far-flung clan will gather at their inn on Little Island, Maine, to honor her.
A hurricane is brewing in the jungles of the Maya, and the ancient Death Lords are on the warpath.
With the end of the Mayan calendar fast approaching, fourteen-year-old Max Murphy and his new friend Lola, the modern Maya girl who saved his life in the perilous jungle, are racing against time to outwit the twelve Lords of Death.
An emotionally powerful debut about two sisters who reconnect after nearly forty years of estrangement.
Fourteen-year-old Max Murphy is looking forward to a family vacation. But his parents, both archaeologists and Maya experts, announce a change in plan. They must leave immediately for a dig in the tiny Central American country of San Xavier. Max will go to summer camp. Max is furious. When he's mysteriously summoned to San Xavier, he thinks they've had a change of heart.