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Danny Caine

How to Protect Bookstores and Why: The Present and Future of Bookselling

How to Protect Bookstores and Why: The Present and Future of Bookselling

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"As bastions of culture, anchors of local retail districts, community gathering places, and the sources of new ideas, inspiration, and delight, bookstores have the capacity to save the world. Therefore, we need to protect them and the critical roles they fill in our communities. Danny Caine makes a compelling case for the power of small, local businesses in this thoughtful examination of the dynamic world of bookstores"--

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Editorial Reviews

"Come along and explore what makes bookstores so special – they're like little havens full of culture, inspiration, and friendly faces. In 'Saving the World at the Local Bookstore', Danny Caine talks about why these cozy spots are so important. He shows how small, independent bookstores make a big difference in our communities. They're not just places to buy books – they're places to connect with others and discover new ideas. Caine really believes in the power of local businesses to shape our lives. This book is all about why we should protect these special places. It's a reminder of how important it is to support our community bookstores. 'Saving the World at the Local Bookstore' is a book that celebrates these unique places and reminds us why we should treasure them. Let's join together to keep our favorite bookshops alive and thriving!" - Amanda, Starry Ferry Books

About the Author

Danny Caine is the author of the book How to Resist Amazon and Why, as well as the poetry collections Continental Breakfast, El Dorado Freddy’s, and Flavortown. One of the owners of the Raven Book Store in Lawrence, Kansas, he was named Midwest Bookseller of the Year in 2019. More at

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