We want you to know that we’re still here! While our shop will remain closed to customers
at least April 30th who knows when, we’re still open for you.
Need a book? Need a gift? We’re here for you.
HERE’S HOW IT WORKS!
- You can visit our online shop to order books and gift cards here.
- You can visit our online Gift Marketplace here to purchase gifts!
- You can call us! (404) 373-6300.
- You can email us: email@example.com
Getting Your Order
- We offer touch-free curbside pickup!
- We offer free shipping on orders of $25 or more.
- We offer FREE home delivery to the following zip codes: 30030 and 30002, 30306, 30307, 30317, 30322, 30329, 30032, 30033, and 30079.
We’re Doing Outdoor Pop Up Shops
Right outside our front door!
Fridays from 4 to 6 p.m.
Saturdays from 12 to 2 p.m.
Sundays from 12 to 2 p.m. (starting on October 18th)
We Do Customized Shopping Experiences
Give us a call to arrange a time and tell us what types of books you might be interested in looking at. We’ll pull a selection for you and set them on a table outside in our foyer while you sit in a chair and browse. Don’t like what you’ve seen so far? We’ll bring out more!
Like you, we want to live and work in a healthy and thriving community. We believe that by taking these steps, we play a small but vital role in getting our community back to some sense of normalcy again.
We tell you this all the time: we are so incredibly grateful for you, our community, and for the chance and honor to be a part of your children’s lives for almost 15 years.
As always, if you have questions or concerns, you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at (404) 373-6300. We are here, we are prepared, and we are paying attention. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: we have the best community in the entire world. Thank you for being a part of our family and working with us to keep everyone safe and healthy.
Please stay safe and healthy And keep reading!
Your friends at Little Shop of Stories
When you are confined in a small space you need an outlet that isn’t work or maintaining your environment. Some people are surprised to learn I brought books with me to space. The quiet and absorption you can find in a physical book — one that doesn’t ping you with notifications or tempt you to open a new tab — is priceless. Many small bookstores are currently offering curbside pickup or home delivery service, which means you can support a local business while also cultivating some much-needed unplugged time.
– Astronaut Scott Kelly, who spent nearly one year on the International Space Station, offering tips on staying in isolation, New York Times, March 21, 2020