Lift Bridge Book Shop on Main St in Downtown Brockport. "the Victorian Village on the Erie Canal"

Banned Book Week Sale

 

BBW

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Graphic Novels

Celebrating the freedom to read 

This year's Banned books Week has an emphasis on Graphic Novels. To celebrate, we're having a sale!



Hobbit Day

Join us in celebrating Hobbit day!

Monday September 22.

All Tolkien and Hobbit-related books will be 20% Off!

We'll have a Tolkien movie marathon downstairs as well as some games, balloons, and more~

Feel free to dress up or not wear shoes.




 

College at Brockport Students - Welcome!

We buy and sell new and used textbooks for your classes. Our prices are the cheapest in town. We also stock school supplies, art supplies, and posters. Stop in, give us a call, or order your books on our website.

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Staff Picks

Our Staff loves to read! Here are our favorites this month:

Landline (Hardcover)

$24.99
ISBN-13: 9781250049377
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: St. Martin's Press, 7/2014
“Landline is the first novel meant for adults written by Rainbow Rowell, author of the much-loved young adult novels 'Fangirl' and 'Eleanor & Park'. It's the story of a woman who's trying to balance her successful career as a sitcom writer with a strained marriage with children. Landline succeeds in exploring this territory with insight and subtlety all while being consistently funny and understatedly romantic.” - Cody

$27.00
ISBN-13: 9781620407547
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Bloomsbury USA, 8/2014
“It seems that all wars have their All Quiet on novels. World War I, the Western Front. Catch-22 for World War II.  The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien works for the Vietnam War. Now we have Fives and the Twenty-Fives
by Michael Pitre for the current war in Iraq.

Fives and Twenty-Fives is the rule for the bomb squads and road repair troops in Iraq. They go out daily to remove the bombs planted in road holes. Bombs removed they fill them with concrete. Day after day. Road
after road. This is the stories of hard work and danger in a location that will never appreciate their dedication. And it is the stories of their lives after service and how they cope with us locals who will never understand their struggle.

A new voice in war literature. Michael Pitre.” - Archie



$28.95
ISBN-13: 9780385535373
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 days
Published: Doubleday, 8/2014

“Little known history that reads like a novel - an edge of your seat adventure. The USS Jeannette sets out on a voyage to reach the North Pole with the most up to date theories, maps and research on board - almost all of which turns out to be erroneous. You won’t be able to stop reading to find out how the brave crew, hardy sled dogs and well outfitted ship fare.” - Mary


$26.95
ISBN-13: 9780393240832
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: W. W. Norton & Company, 9/2014
 
“An entertaining and fascinating study of what we eat from a linguistic point of view. The author, a linguist, looks at words used on menus and restaurant reviews and why they are used. He shows us the parallel histories of the word ketchup and the condiment. And he looks at the structure of a meal in various cultures the way a grammarian would look at the structure of a sentence.” - Annie


$27.99
ISBN-13: 9781250022066
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Minotaur Books, 8/2014

“Inspector Gamanche has retired and moved to the village of Three Pines to rest and recover from a career as a homicide inspector. But there is no rest for the weary. His friend, the artist Peter Morrow,is missing, and Peter's estranged wife, Clara has asked Inspector Gamanche to help find him. The search takes them to the far reaches of the Quebec wilderness, and the far reaches of the artistic soul.They must travel far before they can come home again.” - Annie

$27.95
ISBN-13: 9780871403148
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Liveright Publishing Corporation, 8/2014
Excellent whodunit detective story. Lots of twists and turns and a few surprises. The reader will meet five women all seemingly unconnected, but are they? And who is the fifth woman? The reader must get to the end to find out.” - Taysie



The Chosen (Mass Market Paperback)

$7.99
ISBN-13: 9780449213445
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Fawcett, 4/1987
“What a pleasure to read something so well written and with a storyline that will stay with you long after you finish the book. Thank you Annie and David for selecting this for your book club. Now I'm on to My Name is Asher Lev.” - Pat


Eye of the Storm (Paperback)

$7.99
ISBN-13: 9780802734358
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Walker Childrens, 2/2013
“Now in paper, this is a gripping story dealing with climate change, parent relationships, friendship and disaster. What more could you want in a book? Plus, the author, Kate Messner, will be at The Rochester Children's Book Festival this November 16 at MCC, 10-4pm.” - Pat


The Undertaking (Hardcover)

$25.00
ISBN-13: 9780802122452
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Grove Press, 8/2014
“WWII story that begins with a German soldier marrying from a picture so he can get leave. It develops into parallel stories. The hardship and terror of war and elitist society in Germany. This reader found it intense and emotional, at times rereading a portion because it was so surprisingly atrocious. Told from a different point of view and very good.” - Taysie


The Farm (Hardcover)

$26.00
ISBN-13: 9780446550734
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Grand Central Publishing, 6/2014
“From the beginning it is difficult to know what the truth really is. Daniel is stuck between his parents. On the one hand his father swears his mother has had a psychotic breakdown and that is the reason she has been hospitalized. On the other, his mother is released and comes directly back to England to tell a story of lies, sexual abuse and murder. The reader is confounded right up to the very end.”
- Taysie



The Troop (Mass Market Paperback)

$7.99
ISBN-13: 9781476717722
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Pocket Books, 7/2014
“This is a terrifying story of a Boy Scout troop trapped on an island with an unidentified parasite on the loose. Do any of the boys have the skills and wits to survive or is all lost?”
- Taysie


China Dolls (Hardcover)

$27.00
ISBN-13: 9780812992892
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Random House, 6/2014
“Lisa See has written what she does best, a story about three women of Asian heritage trying to make it in America in 1938. It is just prior to the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Asian women performing in nightclubs is the scene. Can the authorities tell the difference between Japanese and Chinese? Excellent read.”
- Taysie


$26.99
ISBN-13: 9780062237477
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Harper, 4/2014
“An ordinary American couple , Gil and Eleanor Krauss were asked to spearhead the rescue of 50 children from Germany in 1939. Would they risk their own lives to save the lives of strangers when no other American organization had been successful? Could 50 visas be found against the stringent immigration laws of the time? Fascinating story which raises a number of questions including, did the American people know what was happening overseas to Jews and virtually did nothing in response?”
- Taysie



Orphan Train: Novel (Paperback)

$14.99
ISBN-13: 9780061950728
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 days
Published: William Morrow & Company, 4/2013
“Great read that links history to present day. What could it have been like for Mrs. Daly traveling as a child on the train to a huge unknown? What is it like for Molly Ayer to have been abandoned and move to the unknown each time a foster home changes? What could a 94 year old woman and a 17 year old girl possibly have in common?”
- Taysie


Sisters (Paperback)

$10.99
ISBN-13: 9780545540605
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Graphix, 8/2014
“This is Raina's third graphic novel for young readers. It is also autobiographical. Readers having enjoyed her earlier work will certainly love this one. In addition, for anyone with a sister, the story will ring true.”
- Taysie