Can you believe we have almost been open for 1 year? Thanks for welcoming BookTree to the neighborhood!
I hope you'll help get the word out about our events as you can. We can't afford to advertise and papers like The Seattle Times have less space devoted to books and bookstore events these days. We rely mostly on word of mouth and social media to let people know about our special events. Feel free to share our Facebook Events on your social media pages. If you blog - blog about Kirkland's only bookstore!
What I say is, a town isn't a town without a bookstore.
It may call itself a town, but unless it's got a bookstore
it knows it's not fooling a soul.
- - Neil Gaiman
And of course remember to support your bookstore. Books (new and gently-used) and BookTree gift certificates are great gifts for any occasion. And you can get yourself a treat too!
Our Next StoryTime will be on Halloween 10/31 at 11AM .
BookTree's next Events!
(click on links to see more info and please share)
November 4th - BookTree's 1 year Anniversary Celebration!!!
Help us Celebrate! Meet authors throughout the day. Surprises.... FUN . . . Hope YOU can make it.
Confirmed Authors who will be talking about and signing their books include: Best-selling Romance Authors - Sheila Roberts and Susan Wiggs (around 2PM to 3:30PM) Matthew McCauley author of the brand new Early Kirkland book (around 4PM). And......?????
Facebook Event Page Here! Please Share.
Happy Birthday to BookTree. . . Celebrate with us!
Thursday, November 9th @ 6:30PM Author Gwen Katz
Meet Gwen Katz author of the acclaimed YA book Among the Red Stars. Book Talk Q & A and signing!
Among the Red Stars is A JUNIOR LIBRARY GUILD SELECTION, FALL 2017
“This beautiful, emotional entry into a key moment in Russian history will appeal to lovers of adventure novels, as well as historical fiction fans.” —Booklist
Please share our Facebook Event Page!
A book is like a garden
carried in the pocket. ~Chinese Proverb
Saturday, November 11th The Myth of Amherst - Emily Dickinson BookTree is hosting a special reception beginning at 6PM. The event happens across the street from BookTree at 7:30PM
Reservations are FULL but there is a waiting list.
The life story of American Poet Emily Dickinson. A very passionate, introspective and reclusive woman who, after a life time of obscurity and rejection, was finally recognized as a powerful voice in American Poetry eight years after her death in 1886.
The Myth of Amherst - Emily Dickinson AS Told in a benefit performance by NW Storyteller and actress: DEBBIE DIMITRE
Emily Facebook Event Page, Here
Books are the quietest and most constant of friends;
they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors,
and the most patient of teachers. ~ Charles W. Eliot
But wait... there's more...
We are hosting The Kirkland Chamber of Commerce After Hours Gathering from 5:30 to 7PM + on November 16th and then. . .
Thursday November 16th at 7PM Meet Janet R. Collins the author of: On the Arctic Frontier -
Ernest Leffingwell's Polar Explorations and Legacy
Please share the Janet Collins Event Page!
Friday November 17th at 7PM - Washington State Poet Laureate Tod Marshal and WA 129 poets will be in the house for a very special reading and gathering. Tod put together and edited the new WA 129 anthology inviting poets to write about Washington State. Several of them will be sharing poems and then will be happy to sign the book too. Our Facebook Event Page is Here
Saturday, November 18th - Our 3rd Saturday Free Workshop and Poetry is Everything Reading and open mic with Jeremiah Webster leading the workshop followed by a reading and open mic with Jermiah Webster and Christopher J. Jarmick. The Facebook Event Page is Here
Our Reading Circle Book Club book this month is 'the book that matters most' by Ann Hood. We'll discuss it on the last Tuesday in November (the 28th) at 7PM. Join us! The Facebook Event Page is Here for the sharing.
Oh but there's more. Liz Wong the acclaimed author of the award nominated children's book Quackers will be doing a very special StoryTime for a class of pre-k students and their parents. We will have room for a few others to attend. Stay Tuned!!!
And yes other author and special events are in the works. . . .including a Christmas Party in early December you don't want to miss.
NEW NEW NEW
2018 Calendars are here. If we don't have the one you want in stock... we can probably get you the one you want within a few days.
Brand New Books and First time in paperback books have been arriving. Get Your Read On!
We are also happy to order anything in print for you that isn't already on our shelves.
There are a couple of autographed copies of John Green's Turtles All the Way Down left. They won't last.
A brand new Early Kirkland History book by Matthew McCauley is in the store. We'll be hosting the author on November 4th as part of our 1 year celebration... so you can purchase a copy now, reserve a copy, get them signed on the 4th. They make great gifts of course.
We also have autographed copies of several excellent books by authors who have been to the store recently. There's the clever Mossby's Guide to Magic Carpets ; gems like Turning Homeward, A Sideways Look At Clouds, The Lost History of Stars, Requiem for the Status Quo, Ascension of the Larks and the best-selling Tracy Crosswhite mystery-thrillers by Robert Dugoni (signed!). Oh and we have several autographed YA and Children books.. A few more are on the way too!
It is what you read when you don't have to
that determines what you will be
when you can't help it. ~ Oscar Wilde
We tweaked our hours beginning in June, so please take note!
BOOKTREE NEW HOURS:
MON: NOON - 7PM
T-F : 10AM - 7PM
SAT : 11AM - 6PM
SUN : NOON - 5PM