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Midge Raymond
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Bookstore Geek: Pudd’nhead Books

St. Louis’s Pudd’nhead Books is thriving in its new Webster Groves location, just down the street from its former home.

The new space is warm and inviting, with wide aisles for optimal browsing and comfy chairs that invite you to sit down and stay awhile.

The store also offers a wonderful series of events, from author readings (Jonathan Franzen recently visited) to Literary Speed Dating to the Pudd’nhead Book Club and the YA for Grown Ups Book Club.

Pudd’nhead is also part of the St. Louis Independent Bookstore Alliance, a brilliant idea conceived to keep indie bookstores helping one another stay strong. With Webster University nearby, it’s a great neighborhood in which to spend an afternoon — and be sure to leave plenty of time for Pudd’nhead!

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