In The Newspapers

A Variety

The Globe and Mail on Douglas Gibson leaving M&S.

From the Guardian, why books need to be touched not just looked at although Chas Newkey-Burden begs to differ on the subject of second hand books

In the Independent, the “Espresso Book Machine” will allow you to print out a novel in seven minutes.

In the times (London), books that makes us really angry.

From the Sydney Morning Herald, literary success at 29 for Nam Le.

A slide show of classic book ads in the NY Times.


Russell Books

This photo originally ran as part of a photo feature in the Victoria NewsRussell Books is well known in Victoria, BC, both for the service and the selection. The store is the largest used and remaindered book shop in Canada. Aliyah, the young daughter of managers Andrea and Jordan Minter spends lots of time in the store with her parents. On this day she spotted the stool and made a beeline for it. Her mother removed her before she actually climbed up on the steps.