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Erik Larson!

Erik Larson is coming to town on March 13! We'll be in the Concord High School auditorium. Order tickets on our event page

Storytimes with Heather have resumed! Tuesday and Saturday at 10, Friday (lapsit) at 10:30. 



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Holly LeCraw/ Eric Larson/ Martin O'Malley/David Graeber. March 2nd, 2015

Erik Larson
Erik Larson Comes to Concord!
Gibson's Bookstore is pleased to announce that historian Erik Larson--author of Devil in the White City, Isaac's Storm, In the Garden of Beasts, and Thunderstruck--will appear in Concord on March 13 at 7 PM to discuss and sign his new book, Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania.
Vivid and brimming with fascinating stories, Dead Wake is the full and unforgettable portrait of a vanished world on the brink of catastrophic war.
This event will be in the Concord High School Auditorium. Tickets are now available at the bookstore website, and they are going fast. For the price of the book, $28.00, you'll receive a signed book and a ticket. Tickets without books are $5 each.  If we do not sell out prior to the event, tickets will also be available at the door.
Don't miss the non-fiction event of the season! Order your tickets today.
For our full schedule of events, please visit , and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr.

Just added!  Meet Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley at Gibson's on Friday afternoon, 5-7 PM
You live in New Hampshire, so you know what's about to start. No, not mud season; no, not black fly season; yes, it's primary season!
Gibson's and True Brew Cafe are two of the region's premier gathering places. We want all aspiring presidential hopefuls to think of our house as their house--as a place where they can greet the public. And more importantly, we want the public to think of our house as their house--as a place where they can meet the candidates.
First up: meet Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley, at the bookstore this Friday from 5:00 to 7:00 PM.
Details here.

New thinker, new ideas, new books
If you're looking for vivid and original new ways of thinking about old problems, why not check out David Graeber's studies of debt and bureaucracy? These books are the sure-fire antidote to cliche that you've been looking for, and they're fun to read.  Click the covers for full descriptions. David Graeber is an anthropologist who has taught at Yale and the University of London.

New books, new trailers

The Thing The Book: A Monument to the Book as Object

What exactly is a book? This wildly inventive and thought-provoking volume asks that question of more than 30 of today's top creative visionaries.

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