Every April 23rd UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, hosts World Book Day as a way to promote reading, publishing and copyright. The HR Annie Team loves to read, and in honor of World Book Day what’s currently on our shelves.
Annie Reed – House of War by Scott Mariani
Number 20 in the Ben Hope series, Annie has been enjoying working her way through this thrilling saga from Scott Mariani.
Heather Wall – The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn
Our team loves a good thriller! Heather has had ‘The Woman in the Window’ on her shelf for awhile now and is excited to finally be cracking into it.
Erin Frost – The Eloise Series by Kay Thompson
Erin has been working through the Eloise books with some help from her kiddos while they are home from school.
Melonie Good – The Bastard by John Jakes
Melonie just started ‘The Bastard,’ book one of eight in the Kent Family Chronicles.
Linda Addy – Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope by Kristof & Sheryl WuDunn
Linda is digging into ‘Tightrope’ by accomplished husband and wife writing team, Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn.
Randi Murray – From What is to What If by Rob Hopkins
Randi is taking a break from the ‘Magicians’ trilogy to check out ‘From What Is to What If’ by environmental activist Rob Hopkins.
Jessica Ortman – Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker
Jessica is getting serious about sleep science with the latest from professor Matthew Walker.
Local Bookstores We Love
While many stores have closed their physical locations to customers, some are able to offer shipping or curbside pickup. Here are some of our favorite places to shop for books. Visit their website or call ahead to confirm operating hours.
Powell’s – Multiple Locations
Broadway Books – NE Broadway
Annie Bloom’s Books – Multnomah Village