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We will be open today from 10 AM – 6 PM. Thanks for being such great customers!
After 13 years of waiting, the sequel to Finding Nemo is finally here! In this Disney film, the forgetful fish goes on a journey to be reunited with her family. Here at the Book Table we have children’s books, activity books, pillow pets, and much more to help you dive back into the underwater world!
The wait is over! Finding Dory will be coming to theaters June 17th.
Remember Dory? She’s a quirky blue tang who has a way of solving problems that’s all her own. With her short-term memory loss, recalling even the simplest things has always been nearly impossible… but one day, memories of her parents begin to surface. Dory heads out on an adventure to find them that takes her across the ocean and into the depths of her past. Finding Dory: The Deluxe Junior Novelization dives into the mystery of where Dory came from and celebrates the unique power of family.
Dory does not have a good memory. Can she remember how to get home?
This reading with help book uses basic vocabulary, short sentences, and simple stories for children who recognize familiar words and sound out new words with help.
We have both the Nemo and Dory pillow pets here in our Toy department!
Come Spend Some Quality Time With The Women In Your Life.
Enjoy a wonderful atmosphere, great food, and make some lasting fun memories.
Here is a sneak peek at our projects for the Mother and Me class. Hurry and reserve your spot today. The last day to sign up is Thursday night. It’s only $35.00, that covers the cost of a brunch for two and a picture, also you will be making an album about the women in your life and the girls can make a beautiful Mother’s Day card and a fun purse that they can carry around.
We’re in the paper! USU’s Statesman wrote a nice article all about the school of music in our basement.
Here’s the link:
Join us this Earth Day with the Logan Downtown Alliance, Cache Valley Center for the Arts, and Logan City to celebrate the planet we live on.
From 2:30 to 7 p.m. there will be tons of great activities on 100 South in Logan! Sidewalk chalk/art activities, booths for local vendors, the unveiling of a sculpture by Doug Adams, a “recycled dress” fashion show, bands, the Valley Dance Ensemble, gardening demonstrations, and a community junk jam. Whew! I couldn’t think of a more fun way to spend Friday night.
Plus, if you take pictures, be sure to send them to us and we’ll post them to our Flickr account, which can be viewed and accessed from our blog’s left sidebar. To send pictures, please attach them in an email to email@example.com*. We’ll also need:
*****NOTE: Loganbooks@yahoo.com is not the Book Table’s regular email address. It’s set up specifically for sending photos we’ll post to Flickr. Do not try to send regular correspondence to the Book Table through this email.
Mary Ann is our amazing LDS Department Manager. She will go out of her way to help a customer, and she has a passion for what she does. Her note in the April email about the Best Buy she picked for this month was so nice that we had to share it with you all here:
Dear Friends,Each month at The Book Table we pick one book from each department to be our Best Buy. I wanted to take a moment and tell you about my choice: . God So Loved the World by Eric D. Huntsman is an amazing book centering on the final week of the Savior’s life. Dr. Huntsman’s knowledge of ancient Near Eastern culture is blended perfectly with scripture, paintings, maps, photographs, hymns and tradition to make this an incredible addition to a family discussion of the meaning of Easter. I’m excited to give this to my children this year. God So Loved the World will be 40% off the list price–in my opinion it is a must buy book. . While you are in the store, check out Jeffrey R. Holland’s new book Created for Greater Things as well. With the pithy quotes of Brother Holland combined with stunning photographs, it will make a great gift for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day or any other day. . These two books definitely top my list of recommendations for this month. Come in and visit us and see for yourself. . Have a wonderful Spring! . Mary Ann
Here is just a little bit about these talented authors. Click on their names to go to their website/blog. Most of them still say that the book signing is at the Logan Library, but it’s actually now at Mt. Logan Middle School.
Brandon Mull is the author of Fablehaven, a series of books about the fascinating world of two siblings and their adventures on a magical reserve. His latest book, Beyonders: A World Without Heroes, is the first of another great series we are proud to sell at the BookTable.
Brief Bio from her blog: Shannon Hale is the New York Times best-selling author of six young adult novels, including the Newbery Honor book Princess Academy, two award-winning books for adults, and the upcoming Midnight in Austenland (Jan. 2012). She co-wrote the hit graphic novel Rapunzel’s Revenge and its sequel with husband Dean Hale. They live with their four small children near Salt Lake City, Utah.
About his latest addition to the 13th Reality Series: The Blade of Shattered Hope: Things have changed for Atticus Higginbottom. After the near catastrophe in the Fourth Reality, Tick’s being homeschooled in the fields of science, trying to master the mysterious Chi’karda. But just as he begins to make progress, Mistress Jane reappears, now hideously scarred and much more powerful.
From her blog: I’m Ally Condie, author of the MATCHED trilogy. MATCHED was released in November 2010, its sequel, CROSSED, will be released on November 1, 2011, and the third book will be released in November 2012. In my former life, I was a high school English teacher (and I still keep my license current, just in case!). In my current life, I write, read, run, and hang out with my three boys. I post on Tuesdays and Thursdays (and other days if the mood strikes me) and I’m on Twitter (@allycondie).
As her website declares, for Jessica “It’s all about the books.” After going through an assortment of jobs that have taken her across the United States (One of which was at a wedding invitation activity- I’ll bet she has some great stories from that.), she is now the author of seven published novels. She has a way cute blog that we linked to on her name (click on any of the authors’ names to see their website).
It’s our April Best Buy toy
WAS $19.99 NOW $13.99
You get 2 air-mesh adjustable vests and six soft dodge balls. So even the little ones can play and not get hurt.
The Children Books Best Buy for April is an earthshaking good book for kids. These books are just great. They help teach kids about the science behind a natural disaster. In a fun way, so kids understand whats going on, what they can do to be safe and not so scared.
BY: CAROLE MARSH
This is the first of the Masters of Disaster Series.
We have the book 40 % off for the month of April. So it is only $3.59.
Parents, the best part is that they are award winning books. They have the Teachers Choice Award, Includes 5 SAT words, and is an Accelerated Reader and many many more.
The word “poetry” doesn’t have to bring the image of dusty old volumes written by long-dead Englishmen who said “thy” in every sentence to mind. Local author and poet Martha Sears West is a good example of fresh new rhymes you can share with your family as you celebrate National Poetry Month.
Her poems are fresh, fun, and simple, bringing childhood favorites like Shel Silverstein to mind. Her book, Rhymes and Doodles from a Wind-Up Toy, includes rhymes that are geared mainly for children but have a reminder of the innocence of youth, guaranteed to bring a smile to the face of anyone who reads them ages 2 to 92. It also doubles as a coloring book. ForeWord Clarion Reviews gave it five stars out of five.Title: “Rhymes and Doodles from a Wind-Up Toy Author: Martha Sears West Price: $8.95