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Beginning with Books, a nationally recognized literacy organization located here in Pittsburgh, has announced their choices for Best Books for Babies, 2009. This list of ten books published in 2008, offers a quality assortment of both board books and hardcovers suitable for the youngest budding readers.
Any of these Best Books for Babies would make a perfect baby shower, newborn or grandchild gift.
Beginning with Books provide a variety of training and support services for early literacy and has been our charity of choice for many years. You can find out more about their programs and how you can become involved on their website.
The April-May edtion of the MLB News, including the Festival of Mystery insert, is now available for download. This is the final print version.
Just click on this link and you'll see the April-May News in your web browser just as it appears in print. If you don't care to read the News on your computer screen, simply print it out. Be sure to use the Adobe Reader print button not the print button for your web browser.
We've got some signed books that are either here or coming in the next few weeks. Quantities are limited so place your order now.
New arrivals cotinue to come in with more April titles. New arrivals include books by Jane Cleland, Steven Saylor, Hakan Nesser, James Patterson and others. Take a look at our New Arrivals page and you'll a dozen or more new titles received since last week.
Check our New Arrivals for page for everything new at MLB.
The Fourteenth Festival of Mystery will be held on Monday, May 4. The Festival will once again be held at the Greek Orthodox Church about 5 blocks from the store from 4 to 9 pm. We've got a terrific line-up of authors, many new to the Festival along with a number of old favorites.
Tickets are available in advance at $7 each, $8 at the door.
Here's what you can find at www.mysterylovers.com:
Join Susan Wittig Albert for a Brown Bag Lunch and talk and signing of her new Chinia Bayles book, Wormwood. There's no charge although hot and cold drinks will be available to enjoy with the lunch that you're invited to bring with you.
Please call if you can join us.
If you can't make it to the event but would like a signed copy of Wormwood, order now and we'll ship it next Monday after the signing.
Think spring-like thoughts.
Richard, Mary Alice and the MLB Staff
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