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The Land of Stories
Chris Colfer
Hardcover | Jul 2016
on order $23.99
(releases Jul 12 2016)
The Last Star
Rick Yancey
Hardcover | May 2016
on order $24.99
(releases May 24 2016)
LaRose
Louise Erdrich
Hardcover | May 2016
in store $34.99
Secondhand Souls
Christopher Moore
Paperback | May 2016
in store $19.99
Happy People Read and Drink Coffee
Agnes Martin-Lugand
Paperback | May 2016
in store $19.99
And After the Fire
Lauren Belfer
Paperback | May 2016
in store $22.99
A Country Road, A Tree
Jo Baker
Hardcover | May 2016
on order $32.00
(releases May 17 2016)
A Head Full of Ghosts
Paul Tremblay
Paperback | May 2016
in store $18.50
Color Me Jane
Jacqui Oakley
Paperback | Jul 2016
on order $17.50
(releases Jul 19 2016)
When To Rob A Bank
Steven D Levitt
Paperback | May 2016
in store $19.99

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The Neil Gaiman Coloring Book - Exclusive Indie Bookstore Edition
Neil Gaiman
Paperback | Apr 2016
in store $18.50
The Thank You Book (An Elephant and Piggie Book)
Mo Willems
Hardcover | May 2016
in store $10.99
Her Again
Michael Schulman
Hardcover | Apr 2016
in store $33.50
Canada to Colour
Paul Covello
Paperback | May 2016
in store $18.99
Great Canadian Cottage Colouring Book
Paul Covello
Paperback | May 2016
in store $18.99

 

 

 

The Village Bookshop is a full service independent bookstore in beautiful Bayfield, Ontario. Our carefully chosen inventory reflects our commitment to support Canadian writers, local authors and quality literature. We stock new releases, bestsellers, children's, young adult, non-fiction and much more. Something for everyone! Special orders are always welcome.


Bill Rowat's RecommendationSee more

Bayfield's Bill Rowat recommends Dark Money by Jane Mayer
"How the Koch brothers and their close knit group of billionaire friends bought and run the American political system through an interlocking system of tax free foundations that influence and control think tanks, academia, the courts, state houses, the courts, and congress.
Explains why the majority of American poor and middle class vote for a radical right slate of ideas that run counter to their interests.
Reads like a spy thriller. Conspiracy theory at its best - but maybe not."
Bill