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April in Bookstores

The next few weeks are exciting for Long Island book fans.  All kinds of fabulous opportunities are there, free for the taking.  Here are a few of the upcoming events.


At the Dolphin Book Store, 941 Port Washington Blvd, Port Washington you can do the following:

From April 22 through April 25, stop by and receive a free packet of wildflower seeds (while supplies last) to honor Earth Day.

On Wednesday, April 21, the Dolphin is hosting a Wine and Cheese reception on behalf of Dr. Susan Bartell.  Her new book is titled The Top Fifty Questions Kids Ask.  Dr. Bartell will be available to sign your copy.  The reception will be happening between 6 and 8.

At Canio’s Bookstore, 290 Main Street, Sag Harbor:

On April 24 at 6:00, you can here poet Philip Shultz read from his book, God of Loneliness:  Selected and New Poems. 

On Saturday, April 17, get up early and head to the Hampton Library on Main Street in Bridgehampton.  Beginning at 8 a.m., Canio’s is co-sponsoring a reading of ALL of Emily Dickenson’s poems.

At the Book Revue 313 New York Avenue in Huntington:

Friday April 16 (tonight!) go meet Kathie Lee Gifford.  She’ll be there at 7, ready to sign a copy of her new book.

On Monday April 19, at 7 p.m. New York Housewife Jill Zarin will be signing her book, Secrets of a Jewish Mother. 




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