D.C. Bookseller to renovate; a children’s pop-up to open in California; the former bookseller biking for charity; the Brooklyn indie showing its canine side; and more.
Washington D.C. Bookstore Owner Discusses Changes: The owners of the three Kramerbooks bookstores plan to renovate the stores and turn them into “a high sensory cultural experience.”
Children’s Pop-up Store Opens in California: The Multi-multicultural Children’s Book Store, a pop-up bookstore, will be open through the end of the year at the The Shops at Hilltop in Richmond, Calif.
Washington Bookstore Celebrates Anniversary: Moonraker Books in the town of Langley is marking 45 years in business.
Brooklyn Bookstore Hosts Reading for Dogs: Powerhouse on Eighth bookstore in Park Slope invited elementary school kids to read books about dogs to dogs.
Barnes Nobel Opens Fifth Store with Restaurant: The latest iteration of Barnes Nobel’s bookstore and restaurant concept opens today in Ashburn, Vir.
Scottish Used Bookstore Attracts Tourists: Leakey’s bookshop in Inverness is situated in an old Gaelic church and houses some 100,000 books.