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‘Zoom In’ To Byrd’s Books And Connecticut Author Martha Hall Kelly



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BETHEL— Though Bethel’s Byrd’s Books is currently closed to browsing, on Monday, May 4, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, supporters are invited to join owner Alice Hutchinson and Connecticut author Martha Hall Kelly for a Zoom In book discussion of Lost Roses, the sequel to The New York Times’ bestseller’s premier novel, Lilac Girls. In March, Bird’s Books hosted the author at the Bethel Public Library to talk about Lost Roses and is excited to welcome her back for the first of many Zoom In opportunities to add to be added to the independent book shop’s calendar of events.

The store still has signed copies of Lost Roses available for purchase before May 4. Registration is required to join the discussion. To purchase your copy and to save a spot to participate, go to https://conta.cc/3bC2heh. You will be sent an access code two days before the gathering. If you have questions about joining a Zoom call, call the bookstore at 203-730-BYRD (2973) for assistance.

Byrd’s Books is currently available by phone on Tuesdays through Saturdays, 10 am to 4 pm, to answer questions and suggest the latest books to read. Orders are available for pick-up by appointment only. The shop maintains a sidewalk bin for your safety. Byrd’s Books is located at 178 Greenwood Avenue, adjacent to The Toy Room and the nearby landmarked Opera House, across the street from the Bethel Public Library. Online ordering is also available by phone, and books can be shipped directly to your home. Call 203-730-BYRD (2973) or visit ByrdsBooks.com.

Byrd’s Books is a general bookstore that carries only new titles, with a special focus on Connecticut authors, poets, publishers and illustrators. As a member of the American Bookseller’s Association and its division, Indiebound, Byrd’s Books participates in the larger community of bookselling nationwide, especially encouraging and promoting a vibrant network of independent bookstore. Byrd’s Books features additional sections that include bestsellers, children’s books, poetry, mystery, science and nature, and classics, as well as greeting cards, gifts, puzzles, and a large selection of discounted titles.

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