There is an excellent selection of titles currently available in the 27th Street Book Box. These include Redemption Falls by the excellent Irish author, Joseph O’Connor, a couple of the Godfather books, two of Patricia Highsmith’s novels, and many more. You’re welcome to take a… Read More
I put a fresh coat of paint on the 27th Street Book Box this morning. I kept the original book box and books rock signs and painted the box green. Same great selection of free books.
At this time of year, we’re bombarded with heavy-duty retail marketing. Sale, sale, sale. Buy now. Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Holiday Sales, Boxing Day sales and on and on and on. Stop shopping for a few minutes and grab a free book at the Twenty… Read More
Let’s see, what’s happening around here? Lady spent the weekend with us on a trial adoption. She’s a very well-adjusted cat, especially considering she’s operating one leg short. Cats usually take a little time to adjust to a new environment, and we’ve learned a routine… Read More
Normally people take books and people drop books off at just about the same rate, but over the past couple weeks, it’s started to look a little sad…. So I’m putting the call out to Book Box fans in Long Branch. That doesn’t mean I’m… Read More
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 was over at The Presurfer this morning and learned about the Weapon of Mass Instruction. Yes friends, the book box has been one-upped. I’m impressed that somebody has found a use for a 1979 Ford Falcon. Argentinian artist Raul Lemesoff worked with 7UP to… Read More
We’re fairly well-known in the neighbourhood for hosting the 27th St. Book box in front of our house. The other day, somebody made the generous gesture of leaving a heaping big bag of books on our porch. Given that the book box is more or… Read More
There are some excellent selections in the 27th Street book box right now. For fans of Nordic-noir fiction, check out The Keeper of Lost Causes by Jussi Adler-Olsen. And I see a Canadian classic has returned – Solomon Gursky was Here by Mordecai Richler. If… Read More