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Follow the ley lines back to the bookstore: Maggie Stiefvater is returning to Red Balloon Bookshop for the fourth and final installment of the Raven Cycle, The Raven King! Have your questions answered, enjoy Raven Boys trivia, sport your Aglionby attire, meet other fans, and get your books signed!
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Elephant and Piggie are coming to Red Balloon Bookshop! Gerald and Piggie are celebrating their 25th and final adventure, The Thank You Book, and saying good-bye with a special storytime appearance. Come read some books, get your picture taken with the famous duo, and have a silly good time with these two best buds!
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It’s time for the final selection! Red Balloon Bookshop is thrilled to announce that Kiera Cass will be appearing for the fifth and final book in the Selection series, The Crown! Join us at Woodbury Middle School (1425 School Dr, Woodbury, MN 55125) on Sunday, May 8 for an afternoon fit for royalty. Compete in the fluffiest dress contest, make your own Selection from our celebrity candidate gallery,...
Calling all girls in 5th - 7th grade! Grab your mom (or some other book-loving adult) and bring her to Red Balloon’s Girls Read Book Club. Meet other girls and moms and share the fun of reading. Girls Read meets on second Mondays.
May's selection is The Thing About Jellyfish by Ali Benjamin. Call the store, 651-224-8320, for more information and to...
Bear loves being part of his adopted family, but what will he do now that winter is coming? Try as he might, he just can't keep his eyes open, but Mama Duck and the siblings reassure him they will keep him in the loop (even though he'll be fast asleep). This is the perfect read-aloud for little ones who tend to fight the urge to go to bed! The illustrations are sweet and funny--and who can resist bears in flotation devices and tap-dancing ducklings? Our resident storyteller, Miss Angela, also gives this book her seal of approval! -- Barb (RBB Staff)
This is historical fiction at its best. Set in East Prussia during WWII, Salt to the Sea tells the story of four young refugees and their journey to what they hope will be a better life. It is also the story of the biggest, yet mostly unheard of, maritime disaster--the sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff. A beautifully written and powerful story about a fascinating and tragic moment in history. -- Holly (RBB Staff)
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