In the last few months more books have been brought to The White Elephant for sale. A large collection of the Egyptian History and art books are now there.
Items are also being put up on Listia.com under ElizabethCampbell. These are mostly non books (book marks, postcards & so on) as well as some used home-school materials that are missing a few pages here and there.
Also there is currently a problem with the store email.
Working on fixing this.
Terri McNeir was an avid reader and collector of unicorn statues and romance books. Since the start of Harlequin Special Edition Romance, and Harlequin Intrigues until 2017, Silhouette Shadows and all the other sub lines that came out. She hunted down every book in these series and, at the time of her death, was missing only five titles.
Three series of Very Good to Like New conditions: over 5,000 titles.
If interested, please let me know.
We have just received a collection of Anne McCaffrey books. All paperbacks.
We have 25 of the Pern Novels (missing the short stories from the Analog magazine & Legends collections)
All of the titles in the following:
The Brain & Brawn Ship series
Crystal Singer series
Power Lines series
The Planet Pirates
The Tower & Hive
The Twins of Petaybee
Acorna: The Unicorn Girl
These series will be sold as a set.
We are proud to announce that as of today we have a selection of our books in the White Elephant Mall.
The White Elephant Mall is a series of three small shops of antiques, and specialties from many different vendors. Located at 3051 Crawfordville Hwy
Crawfordville, FL 32327, directly across from the Town Hall., this small shop is bound to please anyone looking for the unusual.
You can find out more about what they carry at these two websites:
As for us, we currently have a small selection from the Ardis Welch Collection, the Maryland School Library Purge collection and the Ms. Terri Romance Collection.
Please come on by and check us out.
Promoted as “The Most Interesting Way for Kids to Learn U.S. History” and published by Ever Bright Media Learn Our History: Take Pride in America’s Past is a 43 volume sold as a monthly history selection. Retailing at 630$ it covers the arrival of Columbus to 9/11. Also covers the history of America’s Music, sports and charity, among others.
Featuring a unique animation style and an interconnected plotline of time traveling “modern” middleschoolers this series aims to help children understand the intricate past of the history of the U.S.
Unique Reads has 40 of these titles and will offer them in sets of four.
We at Unique Reads are proud to announce the arrival of The Ardis A Welch Collection to our store.
Ms. Ardis Welch was born in 1937 to a college educated housewife and her husband, an illustrator who worked for the Audubon Society on the famous Field Guides.. Due to an unfortunate accident early in her life, she became addicted to books, history and travel in particular. An avid bibliophile, she decided to learn as much as she could in every subject she found interesting. Working in the printing industry as it changed from type printing to digital gave her a unique opportunity to see how one detail could change history. In the mid 1990s Ms. Welch decided to become an author, writing about her most beloved place and time Medieval Romania. She has written two “bodice ripper” period romances, a time travel screen play, a historical novel and a non fiction history of Juztina Szilágyi of Hungary, the wife of Vlad Tepes of Walachia. Her love of history and desire to learn more caused her to join the Society for Creative Anachronism, where she refined her childhood skills as a calligrapher and medieval style needlepoint. She has taught classes on the history of Medieval Cartooning in the Bayeux tapestry, women’s roles in Early Medieval Babylon and women in Medieval Russia. In the early 2000s Ms. Welch hiked the fjords of Iceland.
Everywhere she went, she has brought home books.
We at Unique Reads are proud to offer a selection of her 10,000 book collection to the interested public. Most of her collection are decades out of print and have been treated kindly. Except for one small detail: hand written notations. All of the books in her collection contain talking points, reference notes to other books on the subject (most out of print) as well as commentary on the authors perspective. These are not whimsical ramblings, but notations found in lecture notes. We believe that this, along with the sheer size and breath of the collection, makes this a Unique Collection.
Over the next few months books from this collection will be listed.