To read or not to read - not really a question is it?
Among the most enjoyable pastimes during all four seasons is sitting down with a good book, whether paperback, hardcover or digital. But nothing quite beats the feel of paper pages sliding through your fingers. Enjoy our featured Book Shops and Libraries and see featured shops below.
Calais Bookshop is a blend of new, used, and rare books. Monthly reading groups for four years so far. Writer's workshops on occasion. Booksignings for local authors. The Shop specializes in quality literature, regional history, Native American literature and nature writing.
John Smith Books is the eastern most bookstore in the eastern most city in the USA, Eastport, Maine. We are a small, in home, bookstore, featuring retail, wholesale, and Internet sales. Relaxed atmosphere, drop by, the coffee pot (and tea pot) are on.
Featured Maine and New Brunwsick Libraries
Peavey Memorial Library is an historic public library in downtown Eastport, Maine, United States. Built in 1893, it was named for Albert Peavey, an Eastport resident whose son, Frank Peavey, left Eastport and eventually owned a major grain company in Minnesota in the late 1800s. Frank Peavey left money to Eastport for the establishment of the Peavey Memorial Library in his father's honor.
For a link to the Library's online connection, go here.
To search the Maine University system's catalog, go here.
For a link to the Library's online catalog, go here.