Left Bank Books

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Left Bank Books
Left Bank Books is listed in the Book Dealers Used & Rare category in Saint Louis, Missouri. Displayed below are the social networks for Left Bank Books which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Left Bank Books on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Left Bank Books is:
399 N Euclid Ave
Saint Louis, MO 63108
(314) 367-6731

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Left Bank Books has an overall ZapScore of 98. This means that Left Bank Books has a higher ZapScore than 98% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Saint Louis, Missouri is 36 and in the Book Dealers Used & Rare category is 43. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Turning the Page: #BookFestSTL, via @ksdknews youtube.com/watch?v=fRkNOv…


A guide to the inaugural #BookFestSTL, keynoted by author Sherman Alexie, via @stlpublicradio news.stlpublicradio.org/post/friday-gu…


A message from @ButUCanCallMeZ about his appearance at #BookFestSTL: facebook.com/LeftBankBooks.…

A message from NYT Bestselling Author Zac Brewer about #BookFestSTL: Zac Brewer sends his regards and deepest regrets that he is unable to attend BookFest St. Louis. He was so looking forward to being there and engaging in this discussion with Sherman, Nina, and all of you. Unfortunately, due to complications from a pre-existing condition, Zac was admitted into the hospital late last week. The doctors say that he will be fine once this issue is given the proper care and time to heal. Your kind wishes and healing thoughts are greatly appreciated. And, although he cannot be there in person, Zac wanted to say, “Be good. Be safe. And remember, Uncle Z loves you.” Left Bank Books' Children's and Teen Specialist Sarah Holt will step in to moderate the discussion between Sherman Alexie and Nina LaCour on the Young Adult Panel.


RT @treasureredmond: Join @tongoblackfirehttp, Alison Rollins, Roger Reeves & I tomorrow @LeftBankBooks https://t.co/e0dTEsyHJY


Tonight, 9/22: Join us for an evening with Sherman Alexie at the #BookFestSTL Keynote Event! 7pm at @sheldonstl. Ti twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

It all begins tonight! Kick off #BookFestSTL with the Mary Engelbreit From the Archives Reception, 6pm at the St. Louis Public Library - Schlafly Branch! Mary will discuss her early work and ephemera with LBB co-owner Kris Kleindienst and sign copies of her new picture book, THE BEDTIME BOOK! For more info, visit bookfeststl.com/sessions/reception-mary-engelbreit-from-archives.

Less than a week until #BookFestSTL! Tickets are still available for Miss Kopp's High Tea with award-winning author Amy Stewart at Mary Ann's Tea Room. Tickets include an exclusive author presentation, a copy of MISS KOPP'S MIDNIGHT CONFESSIONS, a specialty cocktail, and full service high tea, and are available at the link below!
Stewart will sign and discuss the third novel in her bestselling Kopp Sisters mystery series, “Miss Kopp’s Midnight Confessions.”

St. Louis book blogger Christina Hickey at Ensconced in Lit recently interviewed NYT Bestselling Author Zac Brewer, author of MADNESS, and Nina LaCour, author of WE ARE OKAY, for a spotlight on the #BookFestSTL Young Adult Panel!
St. Louis book blogger Christina Hickey at Ensconced in Lit recently interviewed Zac Brewer, author of “Madness,” and Nina LaCour, author of “We Are Okay,” as a spotlight on the BookFest St. Louis Young Adult Panel!

Left Bank Books shared St. Louis Independent Bookstore Alliance's post.
If you were thinking about buying a book, now would be the *perfect* time to do it! Subterranean Books lost 3 panes last night but we're (mostly) cleaned up and open at noon today. We had so many strangers (and friends) stopping by with traveling brooms and offers to help. And someone bought me a beer. And another someone stayed up with me until our turn for the board-up came at 4:30 this morning. What we really need now is help paying the board-up and new glass costs--which we want to do by simply selling more books. We'll be here starting at noon. Thank you to all those wonderful, helpful people last night.--Kelly