Featured Upcoming Events

FRIDAY, APRIL 5TH AND 6THSalt Lake Tribune Columnist and author Ann Edwards Cannon introduces her memoir of her famous college football father, LaVell Edwards, and will be available to sign copies afterward on the 5th. Because this coincides with Street Fest located right here in Green Gate Village, we're beginning at 6 pm rather than 7 in order to get ahead of the louder music and festivities. Pre-order your copy of I'll Tell You What... at a discounted price of $15.00 by calling us now at 435-619-8200 (if you order from our website, it won't be discounted), and then pick it up and pay for it the night of the event. She'll also be conducting a writer's workshop the next afternoon on the 6th at the bookstore on writing a memoir. There are twenty seats available for a registration fee of $25 each, payable at the cash counter on a first come first served basis.



FRIDAY, APRIL 26TH:  We are fortunate to be able to host German-Lebanese debut author, Pierre Jarawan, during his U.S. book tour for The Storyteller. While the location venue hasn't been determined yet, mark your calendars for 7 pm. Jarawan, who left Beirut at age three with his Lebanese father and German mother at the start of the civil war there, is an award-winning slam poet in Germany and was voted Germany's Literary Star of the Year in 2017.

His debut novel follows a son from Germany to Lebanon in search of his missing father. Similar to the way Khaled Hosseini gave us an understanding of Afghanistan, Pierre Jarawan takes us on a journey to his father's country, Lebanon. His vivid writing is able to evoke urgency and empathy where factual reporting can’t. His events promise an exceptional, inter-active learning experience as he uses beautiful images of Lebanon  to explain its history and culture, interspersed with readings from the book.

While The Storyteller hits bookshelves on April 2nd, if you pre-order your copy now by calling the store (435-619-8200) before that date, you'll be able to purchase it at a discounted price of $17.00 on the night of the event.

Watch this clip on YouTube to get a better feel for the story:


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, take a sip of your favorite beverage, turn the page, and settle into one of our comfy chairs, your body will sigh in relief, grateful for the respite.


Featured Books

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The Trespasser: A Novel Cover Image
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The Kept Woman: A Novel (Will Trent) Cover Image
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Eileen: A Novel Cover Image

Popular Cookbooks

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Giada at Home: Family Recipes from Italy and California Cover Image
Molto Gusto: Easy Italian Cooking Cover Image
The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl (Pioneer Woman Cooks series) Cover Image
Pati's Mexican Table: The Secrets of Real Mexican Home Cooking Cover Image

Popular Fiction

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The Devil's Daughter (Hidden Sins #1) Cover Image

A Haven From Your Worries

Readers and Writers Now Have a Place to Gather

You can come simply for the books, with new discoveries in almost every genre. You can come to meet as writers or to discuss your latest book club pick. You can participate in writing workshops, poetry readings, kids’ story time, TED Talk discussions, music nights, and author presentations and signings. You can even compare reviews of the latest bestsellers or simply talk books with the Bungalow staff.

A Town Isn’t a Town Without a Bookstore

That’s what Neil Gaiman wrote in American Gods: “What I say is, a town isn’t a town without a bookstore. It may call itself a town, but unless it’s got a bookstore, it knows it’s not foolin’ a soul.”

Believe it or not, The Book Bungalow is the first bookstore in all of Southern Utah offering new books and all the events associated with literary life. We have wonderful libraries in St. George and surrounding communities, but even libraries can only do so much. There is a used bookstore in town that provides a valuable service, but it offers no opportunities to gather, to pull readers and writers together.

The Book Bungalow wants to do just that--serve as a meeting ground for book lovers and artists, as well as musicians and actors. We want to instill a love of reading and literature in our youngest citizens and watch them grow up and bring their own children to our store. We want to forge strong bonds within our own community and draw in residents of Santa Clara, Ivins, Washington, and beyond. Indeed, we aim to be the literary soul of Southern Utah.