At  Lopez Bookshop we celebrate the book and the importance it has in our lives.

We invite you to come in and browse our diverse selection of new and used books. It’s a pleasure for us to share in your reading experience and to help you select the next book that will inform, entertain, and delight.

 Karen, Beth, Carol, & Iris

Please Join Us for the Next Events at Lopez Bookshop.

All are free and open to the public.

BookWalks with Beth – Saturday, July 1, 1:00 PM

First Saturdays are BookWalk Saturdays. Join Beth on July 31st at 1:00pm for a nature walk and book talks at Weeks Wetland. We will enjoy birds and plants and Beth will share a variety of natural history books. PLEASE SIGN UP at the bookshop; space is limited.

Music on the Boards – Saturday, July 8, 2:30pm

Join the Lopez Bookshop, Lopez Coffee Shop and Holly B’s Bakery on second Saturdays at 2:30pm for musical afternoons on the deck. On July 8th, Lance Brittain will Bluegrass, Oldtime, Piedmont Blues and Ragtime on mandolin, guitar & other instruments

 

Birds, birds & more birds!

Come browse our diverse selection.

 

A Few New Arrivals at Lopez Bookshop

Nonfiction 

On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century by Timothy Snyder.

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the Farm by Shaye Elliott

 

 

 

 

The Moth Presents All the Wonders: True Stories about Facing the Unknown

 

 

 

 

White Sands by Geoff Dyer

 

 

 

Fiction

The Hopefuls by Jennifer Close

 

 

 

Fen by Daisy Johnson

 

 

 

 

A Hundred Thousand Worlds by Bob Proehl

 

 

 

 

The Garden of Small Beginnings by Abbi Waxman

 

 

 

 

Children

The Fourteenth Goldfish by Jennifer Holm

 

 

 

 

Beetle Boy by M.G. Leonard

 

 

 

 

Young Adult

The Pearl Thief by Elizabeth Wein (prequel to Code Name Verity)

 

 

 

 

Heartless by Marissa Meyer (Fantasy by the author of The Lunar Chronicles; a retelling of Alice in Wonderland)

 

 

 

 

Arabella of Mars by David D. Levine (Steampunk)

 

 

 

 

 

 “Reading gives you an opportunity to understand someone else’s perspective, no matter how much you disagree with it. I wish that everyone had the opportunity to try to inhabit someone else’s experiences for a few hours, and literature is a great way to do that.”

Lisa Lucas, executive director, National Book Foundation