Edmonds Bookshop sold to longtime employee

 

Last updated 8/26/2021 at 10:33am

Natalie Kahn

From July: Gathered at the Edmonds Bookshop to help distribute books for kids are, from left: Diane Buckshnis, Michelle Bear, Mary Kay Sneeringer and David Brewster.

The Edmonds Bookshop on Fifth Avenue South is being sold.

But – happy news here – co-owners Mary Kay Sneeringer and David Brewster say the new owner knows a thing or two about the biz: assistant manager Michelle Bear.

She will take ownership of the business in the next few weeks, and Sneeringer and Brewster will continue to work part-time and assist in the transition.

Edmonds Bookshop has been in continuous operation since April 1972. Sneeringer and Brewster purchased the bookstore in 2001 from Susan Hildebrandt (who remains a valuable staff member) and her late husband, Barry.

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Reader Comments(1)

Deborah Arthur writes:

I think this is wonderful. I am glad it will remain in town. We should have a bookstore. I hope the sellers enjoy their retirment.I will be frequenting that store more after things are settled down. I used to buy books but didn't want to pay higher prices but now I have a zillion books and many left to read. So I figure I can pay the price now to have that hardback. I read Fahrenheit 51 haha. In Jr. HS and Brave New World haha. It effected me. I would love to join a book club but I don't want to read and discuss politics its everywhere. would rather have a classic cult classis too and then discuss that. Or even a good mystery... I want to relax. I also love poetry Millay is my favorite...I love philosophy and anthropology so yeah do that New Book Store owner. I will pay and I will read. Oh and BTW I have decided we should all get horses haha and hitch em up right in front of the stores..Then we can open stables... XO Deb

 
 
 

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