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When you $15 or more at Booksweet (online or in-shop) through 11/30/21, you’ll get to choose a FREE bestselling audiobook from @librofm!
Did you fall in love with one of Booksweet’s Top Ten Bestsellers of the fall? If so, here are some recommendations to help you find your next great read.
Booksweet wishlists help individuals, schools, and organizations let the community know what books they’d like to receive as gifts or donations. You can create a public list for broad sharing or you can create a private list with a share link to send to friends and family. Here’s how to get started…
All books purchased from the Giving Tree will be distributed to school libraries, community centers, and shelters throughout Washtenaw County by Black Men Read volunteers. BMR is dedicated to uplifting black men, all children, and all communities through the power of stories from the African Diaspora.
On Thursday, October 28 from 7:30-9:30 pm Booksweet is celebrating Samhain / Halloween with a special candle making workshop with the Coven Mavens! In this Q&A with the Coven Mavens, we learn about the special themes and meanings of Samhain.
This week (10/11-10/17), 10% of all purchases from the Booksweet Indigenous Reading List will support the The Native Justice Coalition, a grassroots, community based, progressive, and Anishinaabe Native led coalition addressing racial justice in a variety of really important ways.
When you buy one the most-challenged books of 2020 from Booksweet through 10/2/21, we will donate 20% of that sale to the ACLU.
Booksweet has three special gift bundle options for gift card buyers, while supplies last: Mug Gift Bundle Contains: Mug, pin Cost: $22 + a gift card in any amount (+tax) Tote Gift Bundle Contains: Mug, pin, tote Cost: $40 + a gift card in any amount (+tax) Greeting...
We’re offering FREE SHIPPING through October, while the hardworking construction crews make Plymouth Road safer and smoother for us all. And yes, we’re still open for browsing.