10 Socks for 10 Readers
Everywhere you look on social media, people seem to be doing pairings. Rich red wine with decadent dark chocolates. Costa Rican coffee with a lemon cranberry scone. Pints with truffle popcorn. Pinot with poetry. Hmm … what could we pair — with books?
Socks, of course! Because, who doesn’t love to put their feet up with a great book on a cold winter’s night? And when it comes to socks and books, we “literally” have you covered. Check out our 10 socks for 10 readers!
For the Bibliophile
Book Suggestion: Bibliophile: An Illustrated Miscellany by Jane Mount
For the Crazy Cat Lady
Book Suggestion: Catfirmations: Mindful Mantras to Awaken Your Inner Cat by Lim Heng Swee
For When You Still Need to Return Overdue Books
Book Suggestion: The Library Book by Susan Orlean (a 2019 DSM Book Festival headlining author!)
For the Cyclist
(We know it’s snowy right now, but RAGBRAI is just six months away!)
Book Suggestion: Bicycle Diaries by David Byrne
For the Poe-etry Enthusiast
Book Suggestion: Complete Tales & Poems by Edgar Allen Poe
For the Pooh Bear Fan
Book Suggestion: Winnie the Pooh by A.A. Milne
For Toddler Moms
Book Suggestion: Baby Sloth: Finger Puppet Book by Yu-Hsuan Huang
For Lovers of Rainbows
Book Suggestion: Scattered Showers by Rainbow Rowell
For Banned Books Readers
(Otherwise known as lovers of ALL books)
Book Suggestion: Banned Books: The World’s Most Controversial Books, Past and Present by D.K. Publishing
For Mystery Readers
(Now where did that other sock go?)
Book Suggestion: The Bullet That Missed by Richard Osman
Beaverdale Books is proud to be the primary 2023 DSM Book Festival bookstore. Attend this year’s event to hear from headlining and local authors, including Chris Bohjalian, author of “The Flight Attendant,” at the Best Book Festival in the Midwest!
The DSM Book Festival brings together people who love books with the people who create them. VIP passes offer reserved seating for headlining authors, access to a VIP suite, autographed books and more, while writers’ workshops, kids programming and hands-on workshops make the Festival a not-to-miss event.