Come join us Wednesday March 27, 2013 from 5pm-8pm for a Pie Social with author Jessica Brody. Books will be available to purchase or you can bring your own for her to sign. Plus, she’ll give a short talk at 6:30pm about her newest book, Unremembered. Please RSVP on facebook. We can’t wait to see you there!Read More →

What do 41,267 books look like, you ask? Well, they come nicely wrapped on 16 large pallets.  They barely fit in our back receiving area. Then when you cut the shrink wrap and start separating them, those pesky boxes fill the rows.  You have to fill the rows, unpack all the boxes, then fill up the row again.  It can be a little insanity-inducing.   Your only choice at that point is to dive right in.  (Simon’s Cat is inspirational for this kind of work, you know)   Since Monday night, the four of us have logged over 70 hours, countless squats, lifts, forward bends, and backRead More →

Phoenix Book Company is excited to be a premiere vendor at the upcoming International Reading Association annual conference (west), February21-25, 2009.  We’ll be on-site with 4 booths showcasing our wide assortment of new, discounted children’s & young adult books, as well as 2 separate booths where we’ll have many of the authors’ books who are scheduled to appear. Here are just some of the authors who are scheduled at this year’s conference: Avi Joseph Bruchac Jim Davis Sharon M. Draper Will Hobbs Elizabeth Cody Kimmel Ben Mikaelson Barbara Park Anne Sibley O’Brien Elaine Scott Walter Wick       Hope to see you there!Read More →

A bit overdue, but online nonetheless! Phoenix Book Company had a great time at the annual AzLA conference November 14 & 15 at the Mesa Convention Center.  Our booth was stocked with tons of YA hardback fiction, cute & cuddly Folkmanis puppets, and all of the kids’ author books.  It was fun to see many of our regular customers and to chat with plenty of other folks who just discovered us at the show.  We love taking our great books out to events to meet new people, participate in conversations about books & reading, and deepen our relationships with our customers. We were busy from openingRead More →