Thanks for Shopping Indie Sale


 November 24th is Small Business Saturday and Prince Books invites you to celebrate with a very special sale.


For two days only enjoy 20% off select Indie Pick Best Selling titles!


Sale takes place Saturday, November 24th and Sunday, November 25th


Featured titles include: 

- This is Not My Hat by Jon Klassen

- Rules of Civility by Amor Towles

- The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

- The Art Forger by B.A. Shapiro

And many more!


 A complete list can be found here


Thanks for Shopping Indie! 


Don't forget about the promotion sponsered by American Express for Small Business Saturday!

American Express is getting behind local businesses again this year with their Small Business Saturday campaign. It works like this – American Express card holders can get a one-time $25 statement credit from AmEx if they enroll their AmEx card here and then make a purchase of $25 or more at Prince Books on Saturday, November 24th.




Congratulations Tim Seibles!

Prince Books sends a well deserved Congratulations to Norfolks very own Tim Seibles for being named Finalist for the National Book Award!


 He is being considered for the National Book Award for his book of Poetry Fast Animal . Tim Seibles is one of America's foremost African-American poets who threads the journey from youthful innocence to the whittled-hard awareness of adulthood. Along the way it immerses the reader in palpable moments -- the importance of remembering, the complexity of race, and the meaning of true wakefulness. 





Tim Seibles has published six books of poetry: Hammerlock, Ten Miles an Hour, Kerosene, Hurdy-Gurdy, Body Moves and Buffalo Head Solos. Seibles' poetry focuses on the alienation of non-whites in America. He examines a world that is dominated by an uneven control of power, and yet in his work, Seibles dares to hope in reconciliation, freedom, and connection. For his work he has received the following grants and awards: the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center fellowship, the National Endowment for the Arts fellowship, and an Open Voice Award from the National Writers' Voice Project. Seibles teaches with the MFA Creative Writing Program at Old Dominion University in Norfolk.  



The Conclusion to the Great Waldo Scavenger Hunt

Thank you to all participants in the Where's Waldo Scavenger Hunt, and congratulations to All Raffle Winners! 

A special congratulations to our first place winner Lucy who won the grand prize of a complete set of Where's Waldo books!


Special thanks to all the great local stores in Downtown Norfolk who made this event possible.  While the scavenger hunt maybe over you can still check out these fantastic norfolk businesses and support your community by shopping local!

Prince Books
109 E. Main Street

Bean There Coffeehouse
223 E. City Hall Ave. #101

Borjo Coffeehouse
4416 Monarch Way

Hi Ho Silver
316 W. 21st St.

Local Heroes
1905 Colonial Avenue

Chrysler Museum Gift Shop
245 West Olney Road

Norfolk Stationery Co. 
103 Granby Street
Cure Coffeehouse and Brasserie
503 Botetourt Street

Harbor Gallery
1508 Colley Ave.

East Coast Bicycles
1910 Colley Ave.

The Sassy Sunflower
345 Granby Street

1703 Colley Ave.

Mystic Mermaid
308 West 21st Street 

Garden Gazebo
729 West 21st Street

Welton's Seafood Market- Ghent
110 East 17th Street

McCormack & Puryear Jewelers 
331 West 21st Street

White Rabbitt
334 West 21st Street

The Wild Hare
2112 DeBree Avenue 

Decorum Furniture
301 W. 21st Street

Taste Unlimited
6464 Hampton Blvd. 
Thanks again and we hope to see you all soon! 



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