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.
We are gearing up for our second annual Where's Waldo? challenge . Twenty-five (25) businesses throughout Dixon , mostly in Downtown ...
03 November 2012
The ongoing discussion of electronic versus printed bound ("hardcopy") books continues today with an item on NPR's Morning Edition. Today's specific discussion revolved around a very special book, a new edition of Homer's The Odyssey by Gillian Cross and Neil Packer.
Just as in my past posts here, the words and phrases of "tactile" and "work of art" and "book" as well as "ornament" and "marginalized" come up.