I remember the delight with which some six months ago I picked up the first "Dolittle" book in the Hampshire bookshop
at Smith College in Northampton.
Before returning to Bilibin's Prince Andrew had gone to bookshop
to provide himself with some books for the campaign, and had spent some time in the shop.
For instance, the bookshop
at the corner was now selling fish.
As I was loitering along the High-street, looking in disconsolately at the shop windows, and thinking what I would buy if I were a gentleman, who should come out of the bookshop
"Well, sir, if it isn't too great a liberty, I am a neighbour of yours, for you'll find my little bookshop
at the corner of Church Street, and very happy to see you, I am sure.
Men are naturally hunters and inquisitive of wood-craft, and I suppose that such a gazetteer as wood-cutters and Indians should furnish facts for, would take place in the most sumptuous drawing-rooms of all the "Wreaths" and "Flora's chaplets" of the bookshops
; yet ordinarily, whether we are too clumsy for so subtle a topic, or from whatever cause, as soon as men begin to write on nature, they fall into euphuism.
in Coventry has had nearly [pounds sterling]1,000 raised for it since it was flooded at the beginning of August.
Book retailer W H Smith has opened the largest to date of its 12 standalone stores, The Bookshop
, at Gatwick Airport's North Terminal, book news company The Bookseller reported on Monday.
An author will visit a bookshop
later this month to host a reading event for her latest novel.
numbers dropped from 1,900 in 1995 to 880 in 2018, but are now showing signs of recovery.
Friday marks the start of Independent Bookshop
Week, a festival of all things literary where the independent bookshops
fight back against the online behemoths.