New York’s Ivy Tech is celebrating the launch of its latest bookshop, The Ivy Tech Bookstore.
The store has been transformed from a former bookstore into a place where readers can pick up the latest books.
“The Ivy Tech bookstore is the best way for you to find the books you’re looking for and the books that matter to you,” said Ms Pappas.
It’s a great way to meet and learn about a book and a place to get to know the book, it’s also a great place to buy books that are in high demand. “
We’ve got a large selection of books on the shelves and we’re offering them for a price that’s affordable, accessible, and accessible to everyone.”
It’s a great way to meet and learn about a book and a place to get to know the book, it’s also a great place to buy books that are in high demand.
“It’s also one of the most popular bookstores in the world.”
Ms Pappans bookshop opened in May, and is now accepting bookshops from around the world.
Ms Pappa said the new shop’s focus on reading had been one of her biggest challenges in building the business.
“I really wanted to create a space that was not only open to readers, but also open to the public and to people who are not part of the book world.”
We want to build a community around our business and to allow people to discover the books they like,” she said.”
But we also want to offer a wide range of books for readers to pick from.
“So we have a selection of more than 500 titles, including some classics and some of the best new ones.”
The first book that you’ll find is a classic by a great author who I think is one of my favourite authors of all time, which is ‘The Catcher in the Rye’.””
The second book is a new title, by a brilliant new writer.
“And the third book is something that I hope you’ll come and check out.”
The Ivy Tarts store is now offering a number of new books, such as the new ‘The Best of Stephen King’ by Sarah Waters, and ‘Love Letters from a Dead Sea Scrolls Reader’ by Susanne Kolb, as well as a selection from the New York Times bestseller ‘The Road by Stephen King’.
Ms Pappa also said she wanted to continue to expand the selection of the store.
“There are more books coming up for the next couple of years that we’re not yet able to offer,” she explained.
“This is something we’re working towards, and the idea is that we want to create an environment that will be inviting for readers.”
Read more about the bookstores:The Ivy Technology Bookstore’s first book, ‘A Little Life’ by James Patterson, is available to read at the bookshop for $9.95.
It is also offering a selection, from ‘The Man Who Sold the World’ by David Foster Wallace to ‘The Little Prince by William Golding’, from the bestselling author.Read more