Barnes & Noble Booksellers


Barnes & Noble Booksellers
Barnes & Noble Booksellers is listed in the Book Dealers Used & Rare category in Carle Place, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Barnes & Noble Booksellers which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Pinterest page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Barnes & Noble Booksellers on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

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91 Old Country Rd
Carle Place, NY 11514
(516) 741-9850
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"Such lines conjure up one Swift, the gimlet-eyed curmudgeon, while other writings reveal the misogynist, the egoist, the lover, the avenger. All of which materialize in 'Jonathan Swift: The Reluctant Rebel', John Stubbs’s vigorous rendering of the Irish Anglican cleric who became the champion of an island that he detested and of a people whom he largely despised. “By the 1730s he was a hero and talisman in Dublin,” Stubbs writes, “known commonly as ‘the Patriot’ while styling himself ‘the king of the mob."
Child prodigy, Anglican cleric, quotable wit, corrosive satirist -- Jonathan Swift's genius remains hard to pin down. Review by Anna Mundow.

Ever asked yourself, "What would Harry and Ginny name their as-of-yet-unborn fourth child?" Ever pondered who the most kidnappable Weasley was?

"These ten picture books share the stories of change-makers in history, as well as those in present-day, who found cause to stand up and speak out in the face of injustice."
Even books for our youngest readers can prove that you're never too young to have conviction in your beliefs and make your voice heard in large and small ways. Whether about standing up for the bullied color blue or for the rights of women to vote, these ten picture books share the stories of change

“Time is the longest distance between two places.” HBD to the legendary playwright and author Tennessee Williams, born #OnThisDay in 1911! Williams once said that there was only one theme in all his work: “the destructive impact of society on the sensitive, non-conformist individual.” Readers worldwide today cherish the rebellion and passion of Williams' work, ever grateful that his genius would not surrender to the status quo.