Weller Book Works is turning
this August
Join us for our nonagenarian anniversary as we look forward to
The Next 90 Years!
Details about our 90th Celebration and a history of the store will be in the July-August issue of Textblock . Everyone's invited to the party, so stay tuned! Thank you for making Weller Book Works your go-to local bookstore.

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Tony's Rare Book Spotlight
Aerial Industrial Photos of Cleveland and Detroit
Sometimes with book collections we acquire various types of paper ephemera. We presently offer a small lot consisting of seven modern quality glossy photographic reprints of 1950s aerial photos of industrial parts of Cleveland and Detroit. This Utah bookseller can’t identify the locations precisely but in one appears a water tower with Detroit’s Grinnell’s Piano Factory painted on its side. $50
June Events
BREAKFAST CLUB - Join our lead new book buyer and raconteuse, Catherine Weller, for book news and conversation every Tuesday morning. The Breakfast Club meets from 10:00 - 11:00 AM at the Coffee Connection.

LIT KNIT - Do you craft? Do you like books and casual conversation? Join our bi-weekly craft circle held the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month from 6:00 - 8:00 PM.

COLLECTORS' BOOK SALON - Book lovers of all passions gather in the Rare Book Room each final Friday of the month, January through October for the Collectors' Book Salon. Glasses are filled and socializing begins at 6:30, and at 7:15 an invited guest presents a chat on a topic of her or his particularly bibliopassion.
Join author Christopher Husberg for the launch party of the fourth book in his Chaos Queen quintet,  Fear the Stars .

All parties converge on the capital city, Triah: Cinzia and the Odenites to establish their new religion and appeal against a charge of heresy; Knot and Astrid to find answers in the vampire girl's past; and Winter has come to conquer the city, at the head of a Tiellan army. But Winter is still struggling with her addictions and anger. Knot's efforts to be reunited with her can only lead to disappointment. Cinzia cannot free herself from a terrible bargain. And as battle lines are drawn, the true nature of the goddess Canta and the Odenites' final purpose will be revealed...

Be the first to read the exciting conclusion to this dark science fiction fantasy!
Join the launch party for Mason Allan's, Rebellion: The Departure, Book I, Volume I in a new science fiction series.

Clayton Moore and the rest of the eclectic group of super soldiers he's a part of have spent years planning to break their friend out of prison. After all this time, they're finally ready to put their plan into motion. However, Earth is a dangerous place these days, ravaged by plagued hordes and ruled by nigh-omnipotent tyrants. Clay and the others may not be prepared for the trouble they've gotten themselves into.
Craig Foster and Marianne Watson will read from and discussion American Polygamy: A History of Funda-mentalist Mormon Faith . Mormon historians Foster and Watson present more than two hundred photos and exclusive insights to explain how an estimated thirty thousand Fundamentalist Mormons still venerate a much-debated legacy—despite its difficult challenges—and persist in living plural marriage.
Book Buyer, rare book conservator, and all around bibliomaniac Frank Pester will discuss the beginnings of American Conservation as seen through the lives of George Bird Grinnell, Theodore Roosevelt, and John Muir. Frank recently read  Grinnell: America’s Environmental Pioneer and His Restless Drive to Save the West  by John Taliaferro, and within the same time-frame acquired a collection of fine John Muir first editions. George Bird Grinnell’s life touched many of the historic personages and topics Frank collects. Grinnell attended paleontologist O.C. Marsh on his first expedition to the West. He saw the decline of the American Bison and with the magazine Forest and Stream and the support of Theodore Roosevelt started the American Conservation movement. As a collector and avid reader, Frank has immersed himself in these men’s lives and the books that tell their stories.
Thank you for supporting your local, independent bookstore.
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