Book of the Day: Countdown

Bestselling author and renowned musical artist Robert Dorsey Smith brings readers a fast-paced, memorable story in his new novel, Countdown. It’s a compelling thriller about a planned act of bioterrorism and the conception and execution of the time-critical strategy to avoid an epic environmental catastrophe and to hold those responsible accountable.

Limited Time Deals on Books this Holiday Season

Whether you are shopping for yourself or for a reader you care about this holiday season, check out these popular Bookshop titles. These top sellers are offering limited time promotional discounts – just for you. If you are looking share the gift of reading this holiday season, this is a great place for you to start. Happy holidays and happy reading!

Trending Non-Fiction Books to Read in September

Summer may be over, but these three books are shining bright. If you’re in need of a new non-fiction book, this is a great place to start. Critically acclaimed by our editors and extremely relevant, each of these popular books is certainly a worthy addition to your TBR pile this Fall.

Book of the Day: A Recycling Adventure to the Scrapyard!

The Scrap University Kids team is back with another instant classic children’s book! A sequel to their first book, A Recycling Adventure to the Scrapyard is a must-have resource to help kids learn more about recycling metal and caring for the planet. In this sequel story, Ellie and her friends discover that metal is being thrown into the garbage – and they take action to make a difference!

Editor’s Choice – Fiction We’re Reading Right Now

Everyone should be reading fiction. Novels allow us to expand our imaginations – and see the world in entirely new ways. Fiction readers possess a level of creativity that can only be achieved by unpacking the imaginative world of an author’s mind. After a summer filled with reading, I found that these four novels stood out and left a lasting impression on me, my thoughts, and my life.

Bestseller Feature: We Believe

This is the perfect book to read as we come together and enjoy the pure, wholesome joy of the Little League World Series. Written by baseball enthusiast and Nolensville Coach Evan Satinoff, the book recounts this small town’s run to the Little League World Series – inning by inning, pitch by pitch, and reveals priceless behind-the-scenes stories that will capture your heart.

Book of the Day: Hitchhiking to Madness

Hitchhiking to Madness will leave you speechless. It is such an awe-inspiring, complicated tale and at times it is so rich with lasting lessons that you must remind yourself that it is a true story. While covering pertinent social themes and thoughtful insight on the horrors of mental illness, Dr. Carol Hamilton chronicles a life journey like no other.

Science Fiction Novels We’re Reading this Summer

Science fiction has quite the ability to capture our attention. It inspires us to think deeply about the world’s vast possibilities – both present and future. These fascinating stories on the surface seem profoundly different than our reality. However, when you truly think about the complexity and fragility of life, these once implausible stories become hauntingly relatable. I’ve been diving deep into the world of science fiction this summer and have been absolutely captivated. Here are three science fiction novels that I recommend you read.

Three New Books You Need to Read in August

Summer might not last forever, but a good book does. So, check out these three books that have received high praise and acclaim from readers. In fact, I found them to be not only the top books of the summer, but also the top books this year. I encourage you to check them out as you enjoy the warm, golden days of August.

Hot Books Readers are Talking About

How many books have you read this summer? Whatever the number may be, there is always room for one more on the bookshelf! With that in mind, check out these four books that readers in the community can’t stop talking about! Each is certainly worthy of being added to your TBR pile.

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