Mailing List Message #20
From: Harriett R. Logan <>
Subject: Loganberry groundhog greetings
Date: Wed, 01 Feb 2006 16:51:45 -0500
To: <>

Br'er GroundhogBr'er Groundhog is ready. 
Are you ready?
Br'er Groundhog is ready.

Better get a good book, just in case.*

Exciting recent acquisitions
Wooden Books

  • Complete set of Nancy Drew in 1970s yellow-spine editions
  • Small books on big ideas:  the Wooden Books series including Sacred Geometry
  • Henry Pitz' 1965 monograph on illustrator Howard Pyle
  • Complete 16-volume set of  The Children's Hour, 1953
  • *The Happy Hocky Family: perfect adult entertainment posing as a children's book
  • towering, turning, leaning stacks of science fiction in the window
  • Salutations recyled and reclaimed hand-made cards
  • more recent trade paperback fiction than Punxsutawney Phil can shake a stick at
Where is the Love
Emanuel Carpenter, Where is the Love
Saturday, February 4, 1-3pm
Local author Emanuel Carpenter will sign his new book about the fragility of relationships.  In his new novel, a bitter sales manager on the verge of his second divorce remembers his numerous sexual exploits and relationships while searching for some soul, peace, trust, and eventually,  love. Carpenter is a cum laude graduate of Capital University and has been published by Little, Brown and Company, Bylines Publishing, and the Midwest Book Review.  Refreshments, prizes, and Er'l Lumpkin's hand-painted bookmarks, too.

In Concert
Amy SteinbergSinger/songwriter Amy Steinberg
Saturday, February 11, 8pm   
Back by popular demand, Amy Steinberg brings her original music and poetry to the intimate LitArts room at Loganberry Books. Combining a sassy sensibility with a loquacious socio-political and spiritual awareness, Amy brings forth an energy fresh and solid.  Tickets:  $12 advance and $15 at the door.

Stump the Bookseller  Selection of the month
Stump the BooksellerG298: girl makes beautiful hats for dolls
A book I read long ago was about a young girl who became entranced with the lovely hats in the window of a millinery shop.  The shop owner taught the girl her art/craft.  There was a lot of detailed description about straw, felt, feathers, veiling, ribbons and such; various millinery styles; and the process of making hats.  The girl began making doll-sized hats and created such lovely ones that people placed special orders, and even famous ladies asked her to make doll hats.  I believe  the shop owner displayed the tiny ones in the window along with her own.

Annex Gallery
We See YouGuild of Nature Artists: Flora and Fauna
Opening Reception: Friday, February 3, 6-8pm
Show:  February 3-27
Artists associated with the Cleveland Museum of Natural History will display their various artwork of flora and fauna in a range of styles and media.  Come meet the artists and enjoy the natural world as seen by naturalists, nature afficionados and local artists.

Friends coupon
couponThanks for reading the Loganberry Newsletter! 

Print this email newsletter, and bring it in for 10% off any books purchased during the month of February, 2006.  Limit one per customer, non-transferrable, no other discounts apply.  Enjoy!

I hope to see you browsing at Loganberry soon!


Loganberry Books
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