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Sam Read Bookseller
Est. by Sam Read in 1887. Award-winning small bookshop in the Lake District. Tweets from &
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Witchmountain 2h
Highlights today at (apart from fungi foraging & musical painting) was being allowed inside the of & - such treasures
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A big thank you to the lovely for calling into the shop this afternoon to say hello & sign copies of
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Sam Read Bookseller 8h
Will Merrylegs be there too?
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Sam Read Bookseller 13h
Gates?
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Sam Read Bookseller 15h
Thoughts? Obviously the local is a highlight...
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Sam Read Bookseller Sep 17
Hi Georgina! Really enjoyed your events advice at the BA conference. We'd love to talk about an event... how should we get in touch?
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Sam Read Bookseller Sep 17
Cutting edge.
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Sam Read Bookseller Sep 17
In honour of 's excellent observations these are our . They've seen some things, but here they are, looking sharp.
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Hannah Elspeth Catterall Sep 16
So overjoyed to pick up my copy of Gideon the Ninth by from - I've been looking forward to this all year! 🧡💀⚔️🖤 (And it's the all-black 1st edition)
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elizabeth tutty Sep 17
Wonderful service from Grasmere, picking up a tweet and ordering my books ready to collect tomorrow. All whilst I was atop Humbleton Hillfort in Northumberland. Who needs Amazon?
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Kate Wakeling Sep 16
‘Fierce Bad Rabbits’ by is such a brilliant thing. A moving, enlightening, funny, humane and beautifully-written journey through the world of children’s picture books. It’s magic.
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Sam Read Bookseller Sep 17
More than happy to oblige should you wish to order, Elizabeth. Thanks for thinking of us
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Patsy Irwin Sep 15
Always masses to enjoy for anyone of a bookish inclination in the podcast, but it’s specially good in this one to hear tipping Set Me on Fire, the poetry anthology from as a potential Christmas bestseller
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Sam Read Bookseller Sep 15
Taste-ful!
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Sam Read Bookseller Sep 15
Replying to @gutterbookshop
That looks like a traditional low shelving move. Is that actually a bookselling otter?
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Sam Read Bookseller Sep 15
No otter-talk today, but some excellent exchanges on the material differences between Victorian and Edwardian letterboxes and the ode of procrastination that is The Prelude.
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Sam Read Bookseller Sep 15
Interested in early nineteenth-century life and experimentations with drugs by a one-time editor and resident? It's a handsome addition to the Collector's Library... Thomas De Quincey's
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Sam Read Bookseller Sep 15
Feats of logic and scientific deduction! A day at the bookshop? An experience you can now inhabit in ' new collection of classic detective stories ()
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Sam Read Bookseller Sep 15
Come for the wolf, stay for that gate... The promo postcards ahead of this week's 's (Warne/) are enchanting. Illustrated by the brilliant .
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James Rebanks Sep 15
Get in. You absolute beauty.
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