Marsden Books Newsletter November 2018

 

Marsden Books Newsletter November 2018

It is nearly the end of another year of bookselling here and marvelling at the rich and rewarding literature that has been published. Where would we all be without the joy of a good book to hold, read and treasure?

Welcome to our end of year newsletter with the usual bits of important information to help you in the lead up to Christmas and enclosed is our gift as thanks for all the support you have shown during the year. If you are receiving this newsletter by email please call in and collect your gift.

NZ Post:
NZ Post has a sheet with all the information you require regarding posting dates and Christmas stamps. You can get it here.

Courier Overseas: For larger parcels overseas it is often not much more expensive to send by Economy Courier. This means the parcel is tracked and takes 4 to 5 working days.

International Air Parcels are NOT tracked so if you require tracking, your parcel will need to be sent by courier.

Christmas Hours:
The shop will be open in December on Sundays 11.00–3.00
Closed: Christmas Day and Boxing Day
Open: December 27th and 28th   9.00–5.00, and 29th 10.00– 2.00
Closed: Jan 1st and 2nd
Open: Jan 3rdand 4th: 9.00–5.00 & Jan 5th 10.00– 2.00.

Christmas Books:
We have the usual comprehensive range of children’s Christmas books, and advent calendars are here now.

Children’s Bookclub:
Thank you to Claire and Cassidy who have looked after our little book club this year. The last one in December will be held at the Karori Library. Claire will be in touch by email about the starting date for next year.

NZ Childrens Book Awards winners, 2018
Aotearoa by Gavin Bishop – suitable for the whole family.
I am Jellyfish by Ruth Paul – 2 to 4-year-olds
How to Bee by Bren MacDibble – Young fiction
In the Dark Spaces by Cally Black – Y.A fiction

We wish you a very Happy Christmas and a safe and relaxing holiday.
Anna, Heather, Pip, Anne, Megan, Beatrice, Belinda, Charlotte, and Emily.

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