Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Julie Andrews Event Canceled

The Julie Andrews book signing, scheduled for May 21st, has been canceled.  We hope to reschedule this event sometime in June.  We're very sorry for the inconvenience.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Pete the Cat Loves His White Shirt Party

New York Times Bestselling 
Eric Litwin 
New York Times Best Selling 
James Dean
who together wrote and illustrated the
Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes

Saturday        May 15
7 p.m.
Little Shop of Stories!

We have some awesome limited edition Pete the Cat T-Shirts now on sale.  The shirts feature a Little Shop red shoe on the front and Pete on the back wearing four different colored shoes.  You can call it a fashion statement.  Just don't call it a wardrobe malfunction.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Terra Elan McVoy Book Signing on May 6th

After The Kiss has been officially published as of today!

Come Thursday evening, May 6th
for the official Book Release Party!

It may seem unbelievable, but we like After the Kiss even better than Pure. And we loved Pure, so that's saying a lot. This beautifully written book is told in poems from alternating perspectives of two very different girls who share one big thing in common--they've both locked lips with the same guy, who happens to be one of girl's (not so faithful) boyfriend.

Terra at her last Book Release Party for Pure!

We'll have candy hearts -- have you noticed the adorable cover yet? -- snacks, (adult and kid) drinks, and maybe even some kissing. XOXOXOXO.


Monday, May 3, 2010

We Have Silly Bands!

I know you've been waiting with bated breath for this announcement, so here it is: those of you who are crazy about Silly Bands (or silly over Crazy Bands, whichever name you like to give them) should run right over, because.... (drumroll please)... we fiiinally got them in! We have: Princess, Space, Springtime, Beach and Rock Star.

If you have no idea what I'm talking about, you've been spared the hysteria. So far. They're very cool rubber bands in a variety of shapes that you wear on your wrist, and when you take them off, they snap right back into shape. All the cool kids collect and trade them with their friends.