The one-stop shopping spot for all your holiday needs

At the Center: 175 Years at the Mercantile Library by Robert Vitz: $30.00

Gift individual membership with gift card and 175th Anniversary T-Shirt: $45

Gift household membership with gift card and 175th Anniversary T-Shirt: $75

175th Anniversary T-Shirt: $15

100% Silk Mercantile Logo Tie:  $40

Boxed Note cards (set of 10): $10

2011 Word-a-Day Calendars: $14.00

Breathing in Africa by Buck Niehoff: $25

Something Funny at the Library by Buck Niehoff: $25

America’s Membership Libraries edited by Richard Wendorf: $40.00

Brilliance and Balderdash by Dale P. Brown: $30.00

The satisfaction of getting that holiday shopping done and bringing a twinkle to the eye of your book-lovin’ friend, family-member or loved one while supporting your favorite old-timey library: Priceless.

And where else, besides The Bookshelf of Madeira, Half-Price Books, Joseph Beth Booksellers, Ohio Book Store, or Duttenhoffer’s, can you conveniently alternate maxing out your credit card with flopping in an easy chair and taking in great literature?    -Ed Scripsi

Published in: on November 30, 2010 at 5:43 pm  Comments (3)  

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  1. Man, I really hope I can win the steak knives in this month’s sales contest.

  2. I thought you would go for the genuine imitation leather cocktail shaker.

  3. Settle for nothing less than genuine leather shakers–they impart a unique flavor to ones Sazeracs. Quality salesmanship deserves nothing less.


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