Local children’s author Paul Ian Cross has started a Kickstarter campaign for his latest book, Ayami’s Origami, a children’s picture book about dealing with the loss of a loved one by continuing a cherished family tradition.
We are very excited to announce that we have won a Time Out #LoveLondon award. Huge thanks to everyone who voted for us!
We’ve been shown some Timeout love along with some of our fellow Dartmouth Road traders!
The Time Out Love London Awards are back and we’d love it if you voted for us in the shop category!
We’ve been reviewed by Stay Broke Blog. Read the full article here.
Due to the adverse weather I’m afraid we will be closed today, 1/3/18, please disregard our opening hours for the next few days and refer to our Twitter and Facebook feeds for up to date information about when we are open.
Thursday March 1st is World Book Day. Bring the kids along, show us their Lewisham Library card to claim a FREE kids book!
Paul Ian Cross is a local, award winning children’s author. His first picture book, Praxx and the Ringing Robot, won second prize in the ‘Picture Books 5 and Younger’ category at the Purple Dragonfly Book Awards 2017. Bring your kids along to hear Paul read two of his books and have the chance to take part in a Q&A session and even come up with some stories of their own.
This half term we will be holding #PocketMoneyPicks, a kids event where we will sell the children’s books that have been donated at pocket money prices.
HOMENEWSARTSNew book and vinyl shop opened to fund Forest Hill community library
New book and vinyl shop opened to fund Forest Hill community libraryby Holly Pyne/ December 18, 2017/ ARTS, LEWISHAM, UNCATEGORIZED/ No Comments
Simon Higgs. Pic: Holly Pyne
A new book and vinyl shop has opened in Forest Hill to raise money for the local community library.
Leaf & Groove, a second-hand book and vinyl shop is the latest addition to Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill and though the shop is independent from Forest Hill community library, all profits will go towards maintaining the library, which became independent from Lewisham Council more than a year ago.