SPRING HAS SPRUNG! What’s new at Hemingway’s?
With thousands of new titles arriving each week, we are expanding our inventory, lowering prices, and boosting our discount sections!
Looking for great deals? We have a huge assortment of “Company’s Coming” cookbooks, now only $3.00 each.
We have Uncle John’s Bathroom Readers, also only $3.00 each.
Haven’t read Stieg Larsson’s bestselling “Millennium Trilogy”? Find the first book, “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” for just $3.00.
For these and other great deals, come down to the store and have a look!
Check out our new selection of Royce Art 3D Bookmarks! Give one as a gift, or treat yourself; the wide selection of images ensures something for everybody!
Support Local Talent!
A group of students from William A. Fraser Middle School carefully researched and produced The Historic Downtown Abbotsford Walking Tour. Selling for only $5.00, all proceeds are being donated to help victims of the recent earthquake in Haiti. Show your support for our students and their community projects by picking up your copy today!
Three local ladies, Julie Houlker, Glenda Standeven, and Michelle Rickaby, have written an inspirational, true book calledChoosing to Smile: Inspirational Life Stories of Three Friends Who Happened to Have Cancer. See how they refuse to let life’s challenges defeat them, but rather “choose to smile” and face adversity with perseverance, determination, and a positive attitude.
For more information, visit the website at http://www.choosingtosmile.com/index
Take a look at local author Theresa Chevalier’s first book Shameful Innocence, a “debut novel of passion, regret, unrequited love and a country caught up in the throes of World War I”. Set in Russia during the Great War, this well researched novel provides an accurate portrait of Mennonite life during this era.
Visit Theresa’s website for more information: http://www.theresachevalier.com/.
Check out local author Denise Jaden’s debut novel Losing Faith.
For more information on the novel, including plot summaries and excerpts, please visitwww.denisejaden.com
Interested in the history of War Brides? Take a look at “Most Excellent Citizens: Canada’s War Brides of WWII,” a remarkable study of Canada’s 48,000 World War II war brides. Eswyn Lyster spent the last decade of her life interviewing a staggering 5,000 War Brides and hundreds of their descendants.
Sadly, she passed away before seeing the book in print but her son Terry, with help from his wife Carolyn and other family members, completed the project.
Local Author Bennett R. Coles has written the first volume his new military SF series. “Virtues of War” is a face-paced futuristic tale of an elite unit sent to investigate a planet whose inhabitants are rumored to be driven mad by their sun.
For more information, visit www.virtuesofwar.com
Ex-fire bomber pilot Linc W. Alexander, has written about his experiences in “Fire Bomber Into Hell.” This is a definitive history of a dangerous occupation, and Mr. Alexander was a part of it from its beginnings in the 1950’s.