The Agency Reading List is slowly growing. As books come up during The Agency Podcast, I’ve been adding them. Looking for an engaging read? Check out the list. Or, if you’re in Long Branch, in the SW corner of Toronto, stop by the 27th Street… Read More
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The 27th Street Book Box is stuffed full of books right now, including a copy of Hugh Garner’s excellent Cabbagetown, set in Depression-era Toronto. The Book Box is located on lower Twenty Seventh Street in front of our place at #15. You’re welcome to… Read More
There are some excellent titles in the 27th Street Book Box right now. There’s only one rule – respect others. You’re welcome to take any books you like home. If you happen to have any books at home you think others would enjoy, you can… Read More
There are some excellent titles available for free in right now in the 27th Street Book Box. These include a collection of stories by songster Steve Earle, called Doghouse Roses and the new biography of one of Mr. Earle’s pals, Guy Clark, called Withour Getting… Read More
Free Books on 27th Street
The 27th Street Book Box has been stuffed full of books the last few days. There are some excellent selections. If you’re in Long Branch and you want a good book to read, stop by. You can take some books – to borrow or keep.… Read More
The 27th Street Bookbox needs your help
The 27th Street bookbox has been mostly self-sustaining with little intervention from me, and there is usually a healthy turnover of books. However, right now there is space for several new arrivals. Depending on size, I’d say it can handle up to 10 books to… Read More
What a great community!
I had a peek into the 27th Street Book Box when I came home from work today. Our community has been keeping it stuffed with books, with new titles every time I look. This kind of thing only works when the community supports it, and… Read More
Featured in the 27th Street Book Box today….
The River Why by David James Duncan is in the 27th Street Book Box today, waiting for you to come by and bring it home for a read. This is a quest story, about a fly fisherman named Gus Orviston and his effort to come… Read More
Today in the 27th Street Book Box
There has been lots of turnaround at the 27th Street Book Box lately. Here’s what it looks like today. Drop by and take a book or two to read or drop a book or two off for others to enjoy.
I notice there are several new selections in the 27th Street Book Box today, fiction and non-fiction. This little library is located in front of 15 Twenty Seventh Street. Ready for a new read? Come by and pick up a book or two, or if… Read More