Book Signing: Titcomb’s Bookshop

April 20, 2015
In Sandwich, Massachusetts, along the historic 6A on Cape Cod, you can find Titcomb’s Bookshop. They have been in business for over forty years. Located in a historical building that dates back to 1690, they are one of the best independent bookshops that I have had the pleasure of visiting. Today the topic was kids and chickens and I was thrilled to meet many new friends.

 

When I entered, this awesome chicken display was featured along with my book and a sign advertising the event.  The parking lot was full when I arrived and over thirty people came to learn how to get started and pick my brain about their existing flocks.

 

Kids, their parents, and grandparents were looking forward to a wonderful interactive chat. They even picked up a few chicken phrases to interact with their flock. The kids were bursting with enthusiasm, were super smart, and asked terrific questions!

 

Afterwards, we were treated to delicious lemonade and a darling assortment of chicken and egg sugar cookies. They were just yummy!

 

I signed a bunch of books. The kiddos all spelled out their names, but the best book I signed today was when one woman asked me to make hers out to “The Mother Hen”. She then went on to show me a picture on her phone of her and her favorite gal, a Rhode Island Red.
I said to her, “I bet you were surprised to find that you could love a chicken?” She smiled back and agreed. These are just some of the simple things that make my heart smile.
Photo Credit: Tilly’s Nest and Titcomb’s Bookshop
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4 thoughts on “Book Signing: Titcomb’s Bookshop”

  1. What a neat book store, I miss the simplicity and personalized greatness from small business. Thanks for sharing it brought back some neat memories. I like that you wrote a chicken book specifically for kids, that's the best!
    -Carole @ Garden Up green

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  2. What a wonderful day you had ! Looks and sounds ,like all had a great time ! I liked that ,The Mother Hen ! well put ! I had a pet Banty hen as a kid on our farm named Charlotte and I loved that hen I will never forget her . Thanks for sharing lovely photos and post . Glad your book is a big hit ! Have a great week !

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  3. What a lovely time you must have had. The display is so cute, and the chicken cookies too sweet. What a perfect place for a bookstore, wow…that is an old building and must have tons of history and life passing through over the years. Congratulations on the book that is so awesome. 🙂

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