Annie Bloom's Books

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Annie Bloom's Books
Annie Bloom's Books is listed in the Book Dealers & Bookstores Retail category in Portland, Oregon. Displayed below are the social networks for Annie Bloom's Books which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Annie Bloom's Books on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 97.

Contact information for Annie Bloom's Books is:
7834 SW Capitol Hwy
Portland, OR 97219
(503) 246-0053

"Annie Bloom's Books" - ZapScore Report

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Annie Bloom's Books has an overall ZapScore of 97. This means that Annie Bloom's Books has a higher ZapScore than 97% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Portland, Oregon is 36 and in the Book Dealers & Bookstores Retail category is 39. Learn more about ZapScore

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RT @RosanneParry: Shop cat Molly Bloom found a like minded reader this morning. @annieblooms https://t.co/5gijQJFhjY


RT @RosanneParry: #bookshopdragon recommends LETS FIND MOMO. adorable new find the doggie board book. @annieblooms @quirkbooks https://t.co…

If you're curious about the ever-so-slightly longer versions of these classics, just let us know.


RT @SCBWIOregon: Go see @HeidiSchulz, @MsVerbose, & @patriciabtweets at @annieblooms on 5/22 at 7 PM! Hosted by @RosanneParry.

Annie Bloom's Books added an event.
Annie Bloom's welcomes local author Dolores Maggiore, who will read from her Young Adult novel, Death and Love at the Old Summer Camp. For Pina, summer 1959 started off a boring drag, just like every other summer with her folks at Owl Lake Lodge in Maine. The only good thing was seeing Katie and hanging out with her in the creepy cabins of the old boys’ camp. But this summer, Katie seemed different, cuter. Pina didn’t have a clue why. Katie just somehow made her nervous–and excited. Another thing rattling Pina’s nerves were her dreams; well, not exactly sleep dreams, but awake dreams. All fine and good, but they came from her dead Sicilian grandmother, and they told her things, crazy things, love things, like her and Katie falling in love things. They also showed her dead stuff, dead like a long-time dead from the camp dead. So the summer heated up. And so did her feelings for Katie. Things got even hotter when Katie’s dad, Doc, and his very, very close, old camp friend, Joe, started hiding camp secrets about dead stuff–and other stuff. How hot could Pina stand it? If she didn’t want to lose this one chance for a different kind of life, could she solve the murder–and clear Doc’s name? And would Katie have her and would Pina have herself?
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Molly Bloom is happy to see some sunshine.


RT @RosanneParry: I love it when I get to host my friends book events! See you at 7on 5/22 @HeidiSchulz @patriciabtweets @annieblooms https…

Hey, we've all been there.

Dude! Books are powerful.


RT @annieblooms: Next week #AnnieBloomsPresents 2 book events with music. Jane Kurtz on Tues 5/16 & Cindy Brown on Wed. 5/17 @janekurtz @fr…