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Aunties Bookstore

We are a locally owned, independent bookstore with thousands of titles waiting to be plucked from the shelves.
Address402 W Main Ave Spokane, WA 99201-0214
Phone(509) 838-0206
Websitewww.auntiesbooks.com
Spokane's Literary Landmark...Your Personal Bookseller

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Auntie's cardholders will receive 20% off all Christmas themed booksfor the month of November. Valid 11/1-11/30.
Don't have an Auntie's card? For a mere $10 you can enjoy 10% off your purchases for a full year and take advantage of our great specials!

We are a locally owned, independent bookstore with thousands of titles waiting to be plucked from the shelves. Come down and visit us for an afternoon or even a few minutes. It's amazing how quickly you can get lost in the shelves when things keep jumping out at you!

Join us as we participate in the "Local Shopping Challenge" on Black Friday.
Pick up your "punch card" at Auntie's on Nov. 26 and visit all the sponsoring busineses so you can enter to win the Nutcracker Grand Prize, including contributions from all participating businesses. Auntie's has contributed a $25 gift certificate to the drawing.
In addition,we're offering 15% off* your entire purchase on Friday, Nov. 26at both Auntie's locations.
For details, call 509-838-0206
or contact Roast House at 509-995-6500.
*Offer not good with other discounts.

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He's an Auntie's Winner!
When he visited Spokane this summer,Michael Goodblatt had no idea he would stop in at Auntie's, enter our Stieg Larsson t-shirt drawing andWIN! But he did.
This great t-shirt, celebrating the 3rd and final book in the "Millenium" series - The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest - was provided by Random House as a special gift for one lucky winner.
After he was told the good news, the shirt was mailed toMichael's home back East and he kindly sent us this photo showing off his new possession. We're sure this will be a treasuredsouvenir from his trip to our fair city.

The Literary Movie Maker
See what Marina, an Auntie's employee and EWU student put together for a recent project on T.S. Eliot. We hope this brings much laughter and a little bit of learning!

When you shop at an independently owned business, your entire community benefits:

Spend $100 at a local business and $68 of that stays in your community. Spend the same $100 at a national chain, and your community only sees $43.
Local businesses create higher paying jobs for our neighbors.
More of your taxes are reinvested in your community--where they belong.

Buying local means less packaging, less transportation, and a smaller carbon footprint.
Shopping in a local business district means less infrastructure, less maintenance, and more money to beautify your community.

Local retailers are your friends, neighbors--support them and theyll support you.
Local businesses donate to charities and events (especially local ones) at more than twice the rate of national chains.
More independents means more choice, more diversity, and a truly unique community.

Now is the time to stand up and join your fellow individuals in the IndieBound mission supporting local businesses and celebrating your independents.

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