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EDUCATOR APPRECIATION NIGHT at Books Inc, Laurel Village!

Books Inc. presents Education Appreciation Night! Join us for refreshments, snacks, and give-aways galore. We're also excited to extend your 15% Educator's Discount to include everything you buy this evening! In addition, join us for an engaging discussion with our children's department specialist about the Common Core State Standards and learn all the ways Books Inc. can help. From evaluating the complexity and quality of books across all subject areas, to thoughtfully combining works of fiction and non-fiction to increase understanding in a particular subject, we're here to help. Just ask!

Brunch with JOHN SEARLES, JOYCE MAYNARD & TOM BARBASH at Books Inc. in The Marina

Books Inc. proudly presents brunch with Editor-at-Large of Cosmopolitan, frequent book critic on NBC's Today Show and CBS's The Early Show, and national bestselling novelist, John Searles, celebrating the release of the psychological thriller, Help for the Haunted. Joining John is former reporter and columnist for the New York Times, regular contributor to NPR, O, The Oprah Magazine, and Vogue, among others, and national bestselling author Joyce Maynard, celebrating the relase of the suspenseful, After Her. Rounding out this fantastic event is Stegner Fellow and winner of the 2002 California Book Award for First Fiction, Tom Barbash, sharing his evocotive first story collection Stay Up With Me. Come hungry! Le Mariais Bakery will kindly supply the pastries, and there will be plenty of champagne, orange juice, and coffee to accompany this delightful afternoon.

For more information on Le Mariais Bakery visit: http://www.lemaraisbakery.com/

TERRY MCMILLAN at Books Inc. Opera Plaza

Terry McMillan, author of the # 1 New York Times bestsellers Getting to Happy, Waiting to Exhale, and How Stella Got Her Groove Back returns this September with WHO ASKED YOU? , a hilarious and heartfelt novel introducing an all new cast of classic McMillan characters.

WHO ASKED YOU? is McMillan at her best: a wicked, comic, bold and deeply human story about how a family falls apart and then stitches itself together.

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