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Our Book Clubs
Tracey's book club meets on the third Monday of the month, from September to May. They read books from a variety of genres and time periods. The next book is Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky. The meeting will be on Monday, September 16 at 7:30 pm at BookLore. There is no cost or registration, and drop-ins are welcome.

Tony's book club meets on the last Monday of the month, from September to May. This year's theme is French literature in translation. The next book is The Red and The Black by Stendhal. The meeting will be on Monday, September 30 at 7:00 pm at BookLore. There is a $20 fee for the year.

 
Dog Man
Dav Pilkey
Hardcover | Dec 2019
on order $15.99
(releases Dec 10 2019)
One Drum
Richard Wagamese
Paperback | Oct 2019
on order $18.95
(releases Oct 19 2019)
Agent Running in the Field
John le Carre
Hardcover | Oct 2019
on order $34.95
(releases Oct 22 2019)
The Dinky Donkey
Craig Smith
Paperback | Nov 2019
on order $9.99
(releases Nov 5 2019)

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Join BookLore and Theatre Orangeville for
AUTHORS ON STAGE

Two evenings of conversation with 5 top Canadian authors!
Reception to follow in the Atrium


Authors on Stage Part 1: Wednesday, October 2 at 7 pm

Emma Donoghue, Akin
From the author of Academy-Award nominee Room comes a brilliant tale of love, loss, and family.

Linden MacIntyre, The Wake
The acclaimed journalist and broadcaster returns with the story of the Burin Peninsula tsunami and its aftermath.

Charlotte Gray, Murdered Midas
The true story of gold mine millionaire Sir Harry Oakes' life and unsolved murder from a respected historian and biographer.


Authors on Stage Part 2: Tuesday, October 29 at 7 pm

Steven Price, Lampedusa
This beautiful novel from the bestselling author of By Gaslight explores life and art among the decadent Italian aristocracy in 1950's Sicily.

Guy Gavriel Kay, A Brightness Long Ago
A masterful novel set in a world evoking Renaissance Italy where the characters' lives intersect due to love, ambition, and destiny.

$30 for one evening or $50 for both.
Tickets are now available at BookLore and Theatre Orangeville.

 
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Committed to Excellence

  • 2013 Canadian Bookseller of the Year
  • Chamber of Commerce Retail Excellence
  • Tourism Retail Award
  • Orangeville Banner Readers Choice
  • Chamber of Commerce, Woman of the Year - Nancy Frater
  • Tourism Ambassador

 

 
 
 


Celebrating 29 Years of Community Involvement

Orangeville's independent bookstore is truly a Mecca for readers whatever their interests - the latest in Canlit, a wide selection for children, enthralling "whodunits" and fine cooking and gardening books.

  • personal service
  • special orders
  • fine children's books
  • varied selection
  • unique greeting cards
Hours:
Monday to Wednesday ... 9am-6pm
Thursday and Friday ... 9am-9pm
Saturday ... 9am-6pm
Sunday ... 12noon-5pm


 
Telephone: 519-942-3830 Email:booklore@bellnet.ca

 

 

                                                 
 
Find us at 121 First Street, Credit Creek Village, across from the mall