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Featuring two floors jam-packed with new and used tomes Auntie’s is Spokane’s largest independently owned bookstore. The fun doesn’t stop with the books, though. Author readings, live music, children’s reading activities, play previews and book discussion groups can be found at Auntie’s year-round.

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    Elliot Reed: A Key to Treehouse Living

    Thu., Oct. 4, 7 p.m.
    Auntie's Bookstore 402 W. Main Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown

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    Spokane-based author Elliot Reed, introduced and moderated by local writer and author of "Marrow Island", Alexis Smith, talks about his new book "A Key to Treehouse Living," the adventure of William Tyce, a boy without parents who grows up near a river in the rural Midwest. 509-838-0206

    Terry Brooks: Street Freaks

    Sat., Oct. 6, 7 p.m.
    Auntie's Bookstore 402 W. Main Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown

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    Pacific Northwest-based author Terry Brooks has thrilled readers for decades with his powers of imagination and storytelling. He is the author of more than 30 books, most of which have been NYT bestsellers. 509-838-0206

    Ben Goldfarb: Eager

    Sat., Oct. 20, 7-8:30 p.m.
    Auntie's Bookstore 402 W. Main Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown

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    In "Eager", environmental journalist Ben Goldfarb reveals that our modern idea of what a healthy landscape looks like and how it functions is wrong, distorted by the fur trade that once trapped out millions of beavers from North America's lakes and rivers. The consequences of losing beavers were profound: streams eroded, wetlands dried up, and species from salmon to swans lost vital habitat. Today, a growing coalition of "Beaver Believers" — including scientists, ranchers, and passionate citizens — recognizes that ecosystems with beavers are far healthier, for humans and non-humans alike, than those without them. 838-0206

    Claire Rudolph Murphy: Martin and Bobby

    Wed., Oct. 24, 7-8:30 p.m.
    Auntie's Bookstore 402 W. Main Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown

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    In "Martin and Bobby: A Journey Toward Justice," author Claire Rudolf Murphy introduces readers ages 10 and up to the story of how Kennedy and Dr. King went from adversaries to allies in a decades-long struggle to break down the barriers that prevented African Americans from exercising their basic civil rights. 838-0208

    Jack Nisbet: The Dreamer and the Doctor

    Thu., Nov. 1, 7-8:30 p.m.
    Auntie's Bookstore 402 W. Main Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown

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    In the turn-of-the-20th-century Northwest, the lives and passions of an American physician and her Swedish naturalist husband helped shape a territory on the cusp of change. Jack Nisbet is a historian, teacher, and author who focuses on the intersection of human history and natural history in the Pacific Northwest. He is the author of the highly regarded "Sources of the River," for which he was awarded the Murray Morgan Prize by the Washington State Historical Society. 509-838-0206

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