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Page 1 Books offers 20% discount on new books to teachers throughout New Mexico. Just bring in your current teacher identification and we'll get you signed up. Mention you're a teacher at the registers for the discount. This offer never expires. Just another way Page 1 supports the community!

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Welcome to Page One!

We'd love you to join us for Page One Special Events!

Hooray for Storytime Saturday!


Storytime Saturdays are here at Page 1 Books!



Join us every Saturday at 2pm for stories, songs, activities and FUN!


Psst...

8/23 is YUMMY YUMMY STORYTIME! Are you ready to get in touch with your inner foodie? We'll be reading our favorite books about yummy food and doing a fun and easy cooking activity for junior chefs of all ages!

Event for YA Book Fans

Local Author Kimberly Griffiths Little is here on Saturday, September 6th at 3pm

Critically acclaimed author Kimberley Griffiths Little spins a thrilling story of one girl's race to unravel the curse that has haunted her family for generations.

When Larissa Renaud starts receiving eerie phone calls on a disconnected old phone in her family's antique shop, she knows she's in for a strange summer. A series of clues leads her to the muddy river banks, where clouds of fireflies dance among the cypress knees and cattails each evening at twilight. The fireflies are beautiful and mysterious, and they take her on a magical journey through time, where Larissa learns secrets about her family's tragic past--deadly, curse-ridden secrets that could harm the future of her family as she knows it. It soon becomes clear that it is up to Larissa to prevent history from repeating itself and a fatal tragedy from striking the people she loves.

With her signature lyricism, Kimberley Griffiths Little weaves a thrilling tale filled with family secrets, haunting mystery, and dangerous adventure.

This event is free and open to the public.

Daniel Abraham & S.M. Stirling Return

Award Winning New Mexico Authors
Daniel Abraham & S.M. Stirling return to our store
on September 13th at 3pm

It's time for the anticipated release of the 4th book in The Dagger and The Coin series The Widow's House.

Lord Regent Geder Palliako's war has led his nation and the priests of the spider goddess to victory after victory. No power has withstood him, except for the heart of the one woman he desires. As the violence builds and the cracks in his rule begin to show, he will risk everything to gain her love or else her destruction. Clara Kalliam, the loyal traitor, is torn between the woman she once was and the woman she has become. With her sons on all sides of the conflict, her house cannot stand, but there is a power in choosing when and how to fall. And in Porte Oliva, banker Cithrin bel Sarcour and Captain Marcus Wester learn the terrible truth that links this war to the fall of the dragons millennia before, and that to save the world, Cithrin must conquer it.

From S.M. Stirling we have The Golden Princess is the latest in Stirling's Emberverse series. A new generation faces its own challenges in the world the Change has made.

Princess Órlaith, heir to Rudi Mackenzie, Artos the First, High King of Montival, now wields the Sword of the Lady—and faces a new enemy. Fortunately, she also has a new ally in Reiko, Empress of Japan, who has been pursued to America by a conquering army from Asia. To combat their mutual foe, Órlaith and Reiko embark on a quest to find the fabled Kusanagi-no-Tsurugi, the Grass-Cutting Sword, one of the three great treasures of the Japanese Imperial House. But dreams have revealed that the road to Kusanagi lies through the meganecropolis of the City of Angels, the greatest and most perilous of the dead cities...and beyond it, to a castle in the fearful Valley of Death. And their relentless enemy will stop at nothing to prevent them from succeeding. For across the Pacific, the great arc of land that stretches from the dark kingdom of Korea to the realm of Capricornia in Australia is threatened by war. Now all the survivors of the Change must choose sides....


This event is free & open to the public.

Max Evans & Friends

Special Event for
Max Evans & a Few Friends
The 90th Birthday Book
on September 20th at 2:30pm

Max Evans, one of New Mexico’s most prolific writers, has lived, promoted, and articulated the Western way of life for nearly eight decades. With this book, his friends share some of Max’s stories on the occasion of Max’s 90th birthday.

Age is relative for Max Evans. Technically 89, he’s many hundreds of years older, he says, if you count his extensive traversals of metaphysical time and space. Evans moved to the Duke City from Taos in the late ’60s, not long after his first two books, The Rounders and The Hi Lo Country, were published and quickly deemed classics of the Western genre. From there, he’s never stopped seeking ways to tell the stories of the vanishing of the wild American West—always in his characteristically vivid, lyrical style. Evans spent his youth living the depictions in his novels: a cowboy, miner, rancher, combat veteran, barroom brawler and painter. He is just as comfortable drinking whiskey in hotel bars with roughnecks as he is hobnobbing with Hollywood actors and directors. (He’s been friends with Hollywood greats, most notably The Wild Bunch director Sam Peckinpah, who was also the subject of one of Evans’ writing projects.)

Contributors to the book include: Pat, Charlotte and Sheryl Evans, Jim Belshaw, Grem Lee, Jeff Witte, Jim Harris, Johnny Boggs, Daryle Ann Lindley, Jeb and Jeb Stuart Rosebrook, Slim Randles, Bridget Brister, Ollie Reed, Robert Nott, Sherri Burr, Jill Lane, Sue Bason, Luther Wilson, Tim Keller, Jan Haley, Anthony Olmi, Barbe Awalt, Ruth E Francis, Don Bullis, Harley Shaw, and Craig Massey.

Max Evans' attendance is dependent on his health and not guaranteed.

This event is free and open to the public.

Robert Kresge

Local Author Robert Kresge stops by
on September 21st at 2:30pm with his books
Warrior Hearts & Saving Lincoln

Warrior Hearts is the fourth book in the Warbonnet series. When bodies of a woman and an Army officer are found near Fort Fetterman riddled with arrows, outrage threatens to spark an all-out war with the Sioux. Marshal Monday Malone quickly sees the crime as a likely frame-up. Schoolteacher Kate Shaw and Monday work to sift evidence and sort out suspects. Kate comes face to face with the legendary Crazy Horse when she survives a buffalo stampede, then faces death in a warrior's ordeal alongside Indian children. Monday engages in a high stakes knife fight and finally rides a desperate race against the clock to shake an ironclad alibi. Robert Kresge spent 30 years in the CIA and the Army Reserve. He holds a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of Missouri and a Masters in Northeast Asian Studies from the George Washington University. He has lived in Albuquerque, NM since 2002. Rob is the author of five historical novels, including 2013's Saving Lincoln, a Civil War spy thriller, and four volumes in the Warbonnet series of mysteries set in 1870's Wyoming

Saving Lincoln, published in 2013, is a standalone title. In the closing days of the Civil War, Beth Wendland, a Union spy in Richmond, learns of a Confederate conspiracy to send a wagon bomb to destroy the White House and kill President Lincoln and his generals. Abandoned by her political masters, Beth must evade Rebel soldiers and the bomb's mastermind to deliver the information to Washington before the conspirators can unleash their deadly attack. Assisted by the Federal officer who loves her, Beth risks more than her life to snuff out the burning fuse of the world's first vehicle bomb and prevent disaster on the eve of victory. With it's strong and resourceful heroine, Saving Lincoln will appeal to readers who enjoyed Cold Mountain and Eye of the Needle.

This event is free & open to the public.

Steven Gould returns

On Saturday, September 27th at 3pm,
New Mexico Author Steven Gould discusses
his new book Exo: Jumper 4


Cent can teleport. So can her parents, but they are the only people in the world who can. This is not as great as you might think it would be — sure, you can go shopping in Japan and then have tea in London, but it’s hard to keep a secret like that. And there are people, dangerous people, who work for governments and have guns, who want to make you do just this one thing for them. And when you’re a teenage girl things get even more complicated. High school. Boys. Global climate change, refugees, and genocide. Orbital mechanics.
But Cent isn’t easily daunted, and neither are Davy and Millie, her parents. She’s going to make some changes in the world.

Steven Gould is the author of Jumper, Wildside, Helm, Blind Waves, Reflex, Jumper: Griffin’s Story, 7th Sigma, Impulse, and Exo as well as several short stories published in Analog, Asimov’s, and Amazing, and other magazines and anthologies. Gould is currently in collaboration with the writing team behind the upcoming Avatar trilogy of which Gould will write four novels based on the Avatar movies.

This event is free and open to the public.

New Mexico Author Nasario Garcia

New Mexico Author Nasario Garcia visits on
Saturday October 4th at 2:30pm with
Grandpa Lolo and Trampa:
A Story of Surprise and Mystery

Grandpa Lolo and Trampa: A Story of Surprise and Mystery is the latest book from Nasario García who was born in Bernalillo, New Mexico and grew up in the Río Puerco Valley southeast of Chaco Canyon. He received his BA and MA degrees in Spanish and Portuguese from the University of New Mexico. While a doctoral student at the University of Granada, Spain he studied under the eminent linguist Dr. Manuel Alvar. García was awarded his Ph. D. in XIX century Spanish literature from the University of Pittsburgh. He has authored/co-authored 25 books. You can visit the LPD Press website for additional information on other titles from Nasario Garcia.

About the book: Junie López, a very perceptive eight year-old, tells the story of Grandpa Lolo and the young coyote named Trampa. This bilingual tale for young readers grades 3 to 6, of the family ranch in the Río Puerco valley has mystery, suspense, and the flavor of New Mexico. A tale that young readers will love to read. The story is complete with Glossary and a list of Special New Mexico Words and Expressions.

This event is free and open to the public.

Mentioned in the Alibi

Alibi Reviews New Store

We were pleasantly surprised to find our new store mentioned in the Alibi. We were visited by a member of the Alibi staff who reported on the new location and the experience of a Sunday at the bookstore. You can read the article here.

Thanks to the Alibi for the kind words. Come see for yourself the fun we have in store for book lovers.

Page One Stylin'

Page 1 Books stopped by the KASA studios.

KASA 2 Style invited Page 1 Books to come by and talk about the new location.

Our owner, Steven Morado Stout, joined by one of our managers, Melissa Jansen, did a fantastic job of explaining the past and the future of Page 1 Books.

You can see the segment by clicking here.

Buying Local Article

Buying Local Article

We've found an article that explains how the cost of buying local is not as high as some folks have perceived. Find it here.

Remember that while it's easy to buy from the chain stores, they rarely support the local communities. Chain stores source their goods without careful consideration of quality, focused instead on price. As this article points out, local businesses select goods with their community in mind. Would you rather support your neighbor than a corporate stranger?

Find out more by clicking the link and learning more about how spending your money at local businesses helps not only the business, but the local economy as well as the environment!

We Buy Used Books!!

The Used Book Buying Counter is open from 10:00am - 5:00pm. Please bring in books before 4:30pm to see what we can use or call 505.294.2026 for an appointment. Thank You!

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INDIE NEXT List

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NPR 100 Must Reads for Kids 9-14

National Public Radio has just published a fantastic list of titles considered Must Reads for Kids 9-14 yrs.

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Indie Next for Children

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