Events

SUMMER HOURS
Wednesday - Thursday 11AM - 5PM
Friday - Saturday 11AM - 4PM

Closing at 3pm Saturday July 24th

Orders can be placed in-store, by email, or by phone.
info@thelittlebookshopva.com
804-464-1244
Phone orders accepted Wed-Sat 11AM-4PM.
Orders can be picked up in-store or curbside.
If you need curbside pickup, please call us when you arrive.

Need to have books shipped to you or someone else?
Please go to Bookshop.org and search and order books from our page.
Bookshop.org is the new online book retail site that gives money back to independent bookstores.

View more information on ordering and shipping in our email blast: JULY EMAIL UPDATE

 

SUMMER HOURS
Wednesday - Thursday 11AM - 5PM
Friday - Saturday 11AM - 4PM

Closing at 3pm Saturday July 24th

Orders can be placed in-store, by email, or by phone.
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
804-464-1244
Phone orders accepted Wed-Sat 11AM-4PM.
Orders can be picked up in-store or curbside.
If you need curbside pickup, please call us when you arrive.

Need to have books shipped to you or someone else?
Please go to Bookshop.org and search and order books from our page.
Bookshop.org is the new online book retail site that gives money back to independent bookstores.

View more information on ordering and shipping in our email blast: JULY EMAIL UPDATE

 

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An Evening With Sadeqa Johnson, Author Of Yellow Wife

Category
All Book Lovers
Date
Saturday, July 24, 2021 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM

All Dates

  • Saturday, July 24, 2021 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM

Sadeqa Johnson is a Chesterfield County resident and author of several previously released romance novels. In January 2021, she published “The Yellow Wife,” a historical fiction novel based on the life of Mary Lumpkin, an enslaved woman, married to white owner of Lumpkin's Slave Jail. The book is one of O Magazine’s “2021 Most Anticipated Historical Fiction Novels.” Johnson will discuss the inspiration for the novel, her research and the discoveries she made along the way. 

Registration is required and begins June 26. 

Call (804) 751-2275 to register. Registration is through the library.  You can also register online through the library's website.

The Little Bookshop will be handling book sales for this event, so swing by the store to get your copy or buy one at the event. See you there!!