Friday, November 22, 2019 - 10:30 am - 11:00 am

Bring the little ones out to a morning story time at The Bluestocking Bookshop each Friday at 10:30am! This read-aloud time will be best for adults to attend with infants, toddlers, preschool, and kindergarten ages. Stories will vary each week dependent on the ages of attendees, but may include songs, activities, or crafting!

This event is free to all who wish to attend with their accompanying young readers.

The Bluestocking Bookshop is the newest used bookshop in Holland, MI! Located at the intersection of Butternut Dr. and James St., we stock quality new and pre-loved books for all ages and tastes, most at the deepest discounts in town, so all of our community can be literary and intelligent people. We encourage healthy debate and discussion, supported by the education acquired through reading of all styles, genres, and subjects. We endeavor to reduce the environmental footprint of the publishing industry by giving new life to the books that enter our store. We actively support locally-owned businesses and love to feature our local authors and creators. We are committed to the belief that everyone is a reader if they find the right book, and we can help that happen.


The Bluestocking Bookshop
501 Butternut Dr. Ste 3B
Holland, MI 49424


Cost: Free
Event Website: Click to Visit
Organizer: R. Aimee Chipman
Organizer Phone: 6164199918
Organizer Email: [email protected]


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