Our Summer Reading Program is officially under way!
Not a contest, not a challenge, just a program designed to foster a love of daily reading, with the option of recruiting sponsors to earn money for new books!
Read for at least 20 minutes a day, five days a week for six weeks, then bring in your completed progress sheet anytime before the beginning of school- that’s nine weeks from today, folks- and collect some goodies!
Open to everybody aged 1 day to 17 years, 364 days…
Program paperwork available at the store, or drop me a message or email, and I’ll get one out to you.
On Saturday, June 18th, we will be having a book signing event.
At 2pm, anthropologist and College of William and Mary professor emerita Barbara J. King will be conducting a brief talk on emotions in animals, after which she will be signing copies of her books How Animals Grieve and Animals’ Best Friends until 4pm.
From 2 until 6 we will also have local author Nuala Galbari and her husband Dr. David Justis, who will be signing copies of their book The Woods of Wicomico, as well as displaying images and artifacts that inspired their writing.
Copies of all three books will be available for purchase during the signing, while supplies last. Come early to make sure that you get yours!
We’ve changed our store hours to be closed on Sundays.
In an emergency, please call the store phone, and if we’re able, we’ll do the best that we can to assist.
Additionally, we will be opening for limited hours on select Sundays, either for holidays or to serve those customers who don’t have any other time to shop with us. We’ll keep those dates published on this page and on our Facebook page, so keep an eye out for those.
You can now support Random Words even when you’re not in our area.
Whether you’re on vacation and need the newest release for the beach, or you live in another part of the world, when you shop through our store on this website, a portion of every purchase that you make goes directly to us.
Tell your family.
Tell your friends.
Tell your enemies.
Tell that weird guy who sits in the corner of the break room muttering to himself.
Stop people on the street and make sure that they know.