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Ever since I was a small two-year-old child sitting in my room with all of my books spread around me, looking at the pictures for hours, my heart has loved books.
They’re an escape to new worlds, a way to meet new people, and gain perspectives from others I never would otherwise.
Which is why I simply ADORE book stores. There’s nothing like wandering the aisles, looking for something new or recommended to fall into next. The best kind of shops are those that know their customers. They know what to recommend, and make you feel like a welcome part of the book-reading family. I may have secretly always wanted to run one. And maybe one day I will have one attached to my bakery (that’s a whole other post). But, in the mean time, I created one virtually! EEK!
I know, you’re probably thinking, What is she talking about? How do you create a virtual bookstore? Welllllll, like I mentioned in the post about how to help indie bookstores, there is a new way to link to books you write about other than Amazon called Bookshop.org. It allows book stores to create their own lists of books to shop.
Buuuuut, it also allows anyone to create a book shop and add books of their own. When you shop our book store, books are shipped directly from the warehouse to your home!
So, I’ve created Vibrant Mom Books. It includes all the books I mention here at Vibrant Mom Society, and other books that I do recommend (but maybe haven’t written about yet.)
What does that mean for you? Well, it means you have access to a virtual book store that has books I personally recommend as an avid reader. There are several books for every age group, from babies to adults. Plus, part of any purchase made goes to help indie bookstores as well!
I’m always adding new books, and like I said, any book you find here, like our Weekly Reading List will show up in the Vibrant Mom Books store as well.
Also, if you have a book recommendation, please leave it in a comment below! I’m always looking for new books too.