Working with schools

As a community-focused bookshop in the heart of Southville and Bedminster, we want to help the next generation of readers come into contact with more books, authors and events that will help them discover the vital magic of reading. To do that, we believe it’s essential to work with schools to ensure the reading experience is inclusive, personal and representative in all ways.

By choosing a local independent bookshop for these services your school will also be contributing to the literary health of the area. We’re a small team of book experts with extensive experience in the publishing industry, and we also happen to be passionate book-lovers. We’d love to help your school bring all this to your pupils and share our enthusiasm with you.

How can we help your school?

Click here to have a closer look at the services we can offer your school everything from providing books for your library to author visits. And feel free to get in touch with any queries by visiting our contact page.

Making sure every local school has the best books

It’s important to us that the next generation of readers have access to the very best books. With that in mind, we’re donating copies of Saving Species by Jess French and The Missing Bookshop by Katie Clapham to every primary school library in our BS3 postcode, and copies of Malala Yousafzai’s We Are Displaced and the essay collection Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (and other lies) for every secondary school library.



Location 236 North Street, Bristol, BS3 1JD Phone 0117 953 7961 E-mail Hours Tuesday-Saturday: 10am-6pm | Sunday: 11am-4pm | Monday: closed
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