The solace and value of books in this time of crisis – they can be informative, bring you joy, make you think beyond your surroundings; leave you wanting more, and more. Help you cope with the ordinary and the extraordinary. Love
Burway Books bookseller Ros with Hashi Mohamed author of People Like Us – Book Launch at No 5 Chambers, Birmingham on World Book Day. We have a few signed copies available of People Like Us
Our Storyteller Gwen has just finished reading ‘Frankin’s Flying Bookshop’ by Jen Campbell to children from Stepping Stones Nursery – Happy children with their World Book Day books and bookmarks.
I have just received this poem:- Drop into this bookshop And flop in a chair While you share your Latest literary desires You can browse And Arouse your imagination You can satisfy your enquiring mind Forget Kindle! That’s
We have The Book Seat http://www.thebookseat.com/ for those days when holding a book is tiresome. Beautiful book illustrations framed by Barbara’s Picture Frames here in Church Stretton and Ewe-Darlings just right for#ValentinesDay
‘ Who Am I Again? is very funny, poignant, shocking, including when Lenny was secretly reading Seymour’s collection of westerns and James Bond novels stored in the cellar, and how he manages to set the cellar on fire. What will
Thank you Barbara and Cherie for a very successly launch of ZigZag and the Magic Wood here at Burway Books. Cherie’s window display is AMAZING – if you missed the book launch do visit us, and wonder at Cherie’s amazing
One summer following the Second World War, Robert Appleyard sets out on foot from a Co Durham pit village across the North East countryside to Robin Hood’s Bay. Robert is sixteen and the son of a miner. He stumbles
*The Living Mountain by Nan Shepherd A beautiful, collectable gift edition of the masterpiece of Scottish nature writing. Introduced by Robert Macfarlane and with an afterword by Jeanette Winterson Nan Shepherd describes her journeys into the Cairngorm mountains of Scotland.
Our new Newsletter 63 is now available in store with information about books, author visits and much more. Here’s a taster:- First published in 1961 Shell Life on the Seashore; revised edition just published includes a handy fold-out guide to