KEEP CALM
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CARRY A GOOD BOOK
Looking for a good book, a distraction, a book for a friend, a book club recommendation, or something to talk about at your next zoom meeting?

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Review our lists and suggestions; Indie Booksellers & NYTimes Best Sellers. Browse online & in the bookstore.
We have recommendations depending on your interests.


Thanks to Our Readers of All Persuasions!
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Links to Audio books using Libro.fm and
eBooks using Hummingbird
Cozy Reading Days in September
Tea and a Great Book
Try Our Online Puzzle
Coffee and a Stirring Read
National Dog Day
Celebrate Your Best Friend Wednesday August 26, 2020
Reading with Poise
I may look like a couch potato; but ....... I am reading up on those pesky squirrels!
I LOVE a Thriller!
~ Good Dogs and Good Books ~
The Perfect Combo for a Cozy Couch
Snuggle With Your Pup!
Your Dog Wants to Read Some NYT Bestselling Fiction!
Upcoming: Social Equity Book Club
Begins September 10, 2020
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THURSDAY, September 10
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Zoom Meeting
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Please join our first organizing meeting of the Social Equity Book Club; We will discover our purpose and dive into our first book
The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander

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Join Us!
Start Reading!
Our Mission Statement: To promote inclusion and understanding within our community and to challenge biases by featuring thought-provoking literature in the field of social equity; we encourage change with the intention to create a just community with respect for all members.
Votes For Women
Voting and Elections

Lots to think for Tuesday 11/3/2020

Celebrate and Learn What Happened August 18, 2019!
Educate Your Family!
Be an Activist and Vote!
Discover WHY Your Vote Counts!
FUN FACTS
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FUN FICTION
Local Authors and Artists Corner
Gallery on 2nd Floor
Jo-Ann Osnoe
& Erica Van Varick
New Local Author
James Carter
has been writing and teaching the history of China for more than 20 years, focusing on the connections between China and the West through lives of individuals. He is currently Chair of the History Dept at Saint Joseph’s University in Philly, and you can learn more about him and his work at www.jayjamescarter.com.
Art by Jo-Ann Osnoe
Open at 11:00 am ~ Closed Sundays
Commonplace Reader Bookstore
PHONE: 215 420 2620
EMAIL: liz@commonplace-reader.com
WEBSITE: www.commonplace-reader.com