- people don't read anymore
- printed bound books kill trees and are too expensive to produce and keep in inventory, not to mention so heavy to carry
- if a child in a developing country had a e-reader of one sort or another, he could read something he's interested in, not just what happened to be donated
- passive learning or entertainment is out, interactive learning or entertainment is in -- books are passive
Sauk Valley's premier bookstore/coffeehouse features fiction, non-fiction, children's & local interest books.
Open 7 days/week, we also have fine coffees & pastries, wooden puzzles, children's art supplies & other toys, handmade fair trade goods plus priceless conversation. Special orders welcomed.
Featured Post, or Blast from the Past
Where's Waldo? Too
We are gearing up for our second annual Where's Waldo? challenge . Twenty-five (25) businesses throughout Dixon , mostly in Downtown ...
23 August 2010
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, It's a Book!
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