TWO GREAT UPCOMING EVENTS FOR SCIFI FANS
IN HONOR OF THE 126TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PUBLICATION OF H.G. WELLS'S THE TIME MACHINE, DR. LISA YASZEK WILL GIVE A SPECIAL VIRTUAL PRESENTATION ON "THE HISTORY OF TIME TRAVEL IN SCIENCE FICTION" ON SATURDAY, MAY 29TH AT 1 PM (MST).
GO HERE TO REGISTER AND GET MORE DETAILS!
AND WE ARE HOSTING A VIRTUAL BOOK LAUNCH
TUESDAY, JUNE 1ST AT 7 PM
ALSO FEATURING BESTSELLING THRILLER AUTHOR, MINDY MEJIA
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The event is over, but we still have some of the following:
SIGNED COPIES OF "IMAGES OF AMERICA: ST. GEORGE" AND "SOUTHERN UTAH MEMORIES"
SIGNED COPIES OF "FADEAWAY" BY ELAINE VICKERS (E.B. VICKERS)
ONE INDEPENDENT BOOKSTORE DAY TOTE BAG
THREE SIGNED COPIES OF JEFF VANDERMEER'S "HUMMINGBIRD SALAMANDER"
TWO SIGNED COPIES OF NIGELLA LAWSON'S "COOK, EAT, REPEAT" COOKBOOK
ONE SIGNED COPY OF "SHARKS IN THE TIME OF SAVIORS" BY KAWAI STRONG WASHBURN
FOUR UNSIGNED COPIES OF "IN THE TALL GRASS," A STORY WRITTEN BY STEPHEN KING AND JOE HILL AND PUBLISHED ONLY FOR INDEPENDENT BOOKSTORE DAY
FOUR BOXES OF IBD BLACKWING PENCILS (FAVORED BY JOHN STEINBECK)
FOUR INDEPENDENT BOOKSTORES OF THE UNITED STATES MAPS (AND WE'RE ON IT!)
FOUR LITTLE VICTORIES POUCHES
THREE "READ. IT IS THE WAY" YODA ONESIES (PERFECT FOR A NEW MOM ON MOTHER'S DAY)
TWO BAD CITIZEN STENCILS (WITH A QUOTE BY GEORGE ORWELL)
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More intimate than a big box store or even the library, The Book Bungalow in downtown St. George will help you disconnect, browse, and indulge your senses the old fashioned way--using quiet, a comfortable chair, and your imagination.
If you want speed and discounts, stick with Amazon. Remember, however, that a better experience is worth more. if you want to slow down, explore, and discover new worlds, The Book Bungalow is your perfect refuge. As you find a book, turn the page, and settle into one of our comfy chairs, your body will sigh in relief, grateful for the respite.
We're still wearing masks in our store and would appreciate it if our patrons would, as well. That said, we won't turn you away at this point since Washington County's risk assessment has been lowered to "Low."
Daytime and evening events are still being held virtually or outdoors through the summer, but beginning in September, we're hoping to resume normal, in-person events. If enough people get the vaccination and continue to mask up for now, that will be possible.
OF COURSE, WE CONTINUE TO SELL BOOKS BOTH ONLINE HERE ON OUR WEBSITE AND BY PHONE (435-619-8200).
In fact, you can find lists of Recommended Titles here.
And if you don't live in the St. George Metro Area (which includes Washington, Ivins, and Santa Clara) or you're gifting to someone outside the area, we will send your purchases by media mail.