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Local Author Jordan Freels will be in store on July 28th from 1-3 pm with copies of her newly published book, “Pieces of Me: A Collection of Poetry and Short Stories”. Swing by and meet her while picking up a signed copy for your collection!
Jordan Freels is the youngest of three children with older twin sisters. She lives in Virginia Beach, Virginia, although she was raised in Maplewood, New Jersey. Before her move to the south, she obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a minor in Journalism from New Jersey City University. She’s always loved to read and write as a young child.
Her dream is to write children’s books. She is currently working as a special education teacher’s assistant; and is presently enrolled at Old Dominion University to obtain her Masters in Special Education. Her love for children with special needs has grown since working in the school system, and she hopes to continue to love and teach the children of our future.
In her spare time, Jordan loves to spend time with her family, spoiling her nieces and nephews, doing crossword puzzles, and blogging as much as she can. Her blogging website is JordansJargon.com.
Our monthly Charity Sale is back, this time benefiting our friends at the Muse Writers Center! The Muse Writers Center is dedicated to broadening community awareness and support of the literary arts.
In addition to offering writing classes and hosting readings and events, The Muse is a resource center and a place for all writers in the Hampton Roads. Stop in and shop donated items at our lowest prices! Hardcovers are $1, paperbacks are 50 cents, and all other media is $1. You can even fill a plastic grocery sized bag for $7 or any other bags, boxes, ect, priced accordingly by the Book Exchange staff! Tag your friends, family, and anyone else that loves a good book sale! See you there! For more information about The Muse Writers Center, classes, and more, click here.
If you are part of a local non-profit and are interested in being the organization for one of our upcoming charity sales, please send us an email for more information: email@example.com.
Local Author Jennifer Milius will be at Book Exchange Virginia Beach on August 11th from 1pm until 3pm with copies of her adorable kitten series, “Einstein and Moo”. Bring the kiddos because she’ll host a special reading at 2:30 pm. See you there!
For more info about Jennifer Milius and her children’s book series, click here.
If you are a local author interested in hosting a signing, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Local author Tracy Roland will be in store on August 25th from noon until 4pm with copies of her bestselling book, “Defying the Odds”. Stop in and pick up your signed copy and meet the inspirational author herself!
About “Defying the Odds”;
Defying the Odds is about the everyday life of a young girl growing up in the projects. Highland Park “Project” was the first Project built in Arkansas. These small houses were built in 1942 during World War II for defense workers but after the war ended they served low income families.
Nearly, fifteen years later, Little Rock Central High School, the high school I graduated from, was the focal of integration crisis of 1957. Nine black students also known as the Little Rock Nine, were denied entrance even after the United States Supreme Court ruling ending segregation in public schools. Although I wasn’t born during the integration crisis of 1957, I still under
went similar situations.
This book will reveal the many experiences the average person in America may not ever see or experience in a lifetime. Defying the Odds shows that one can overcome any and all situations and become a success in life.
Imagine not ever knowing your father because he died while you were very young, to young to even know what happened. Imagine a brother being murdered, used as a human shield. Imagine another brother dying in prison. Imagine losing your mom to a terrible disease. Yes, we all experience death in our families, but how many of us experience death like this, over and over again? The answer to this question is simply, not many.
Defying the Odds, reveals the determination of one young girl, who is singled out by a family, who has the resources to show her a life far beyond the projects. Another, who was a business owner who taught her the value of money and the importance of saving money for the future so that there is never a need that cannot be met.
Our monthly Charity Sale is BACK, this time benefiting Rosemont Elementary School
If you’re a teacher or VBCPS staff and are interested in hosting a charity sale or becoming a Partner in Education with us, send an email to email@example.com!
Our monthly Charity Sale is back, this time benefiting our friends at Team Hurwitz for Pancreatic Cancer Research! Shop donated books, movies, and music at 50 cents to $1 each!
Tag your friends, family, or anyone else you know that loves a great book sale!
(Store credit cannot be used on book sale items. Charity Sale items are marked separate from regular store inventory.)
For more information about Team Hurwitz for Pancreatic Cancer Research: https://www.facebook.com/ronnieswalkers/
If you’re part of a local 501c3 organization and are interested in hosting a charity sale to benefit your cause, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with information about your group.
Our monthly Charity Sale is back, this time benefiting Glenwood Elementary School right here in Virginia Beach!. Stop in and shop donated items at our lowest prices! Hardcovers are $1, paperbacks are 50 cents, and all other media is $1. You can even fill a plastic grocery sized bag for $7 or any other bags, boxes, ect, priced accordingly by the Book Exchange staff! Tag your friends, family, and anyone else that loves a good book sale! See you there
Our monthly Charity Sale is back, this time benefiting our friends at Vanguard Landing. Vanguard Landing’s mission is to provide a safe, progressive and self-sustaining community for adults with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities right here in Virginia Beach!
Shop donated books at 50 cents to $1 each, or even fill a plastic grocery sized bag for $7. All proceeds will benefit Vanguard Landing!
More about Vanguard Landing:
Regular store inventory is not included in the charity sale price. Store credit may not be used on charity items as all the proceeds will benefit this local organization. If you have any questions about our sale, please feel free to call the store at 757-222-0117 or send an email to email@example.com.
If you are part of a local, 5013c organization and are interested in hosting a charity sale, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, info about your organization, and a time frame in which you’re looking to host the sale.
Our monthly Charity Sale is back, this time benefiting our friends at Mended Little Hearts of Coastal Virginia! Mended Little Hearts of Coastal Virginia is a support group based at Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters (CHKD) for families impacted by Congenital Hearts Defects (CHDs).
Stop in and shop for a great cause! All donated items are on sale from 50 cents to $1 each! You can also fill a plastic sized grocery bag for $7 or other boxes and totes priced accordingly by Book Exchange Staff. All proceeds from the sale will benefit Mended Little Hearts to support local families affected by congenital heart defects.
For more information about Mended Little Hearts of Coastal Virginia:http://coastalva.mendedlittlehearts.net