Independent bookstores are magical places, where you're likely to run into a local author giving a talk one day and find snacks from a nearby restaurant the next, alongside perennial shelves of beckoning reads. In Boise, Rediscovered Books
will put itself front and center by throwing a bash Saturday, April 28, for Indie Bookstore Day
, the national holiday that celebrates local book stores and their roles in the cities they call home. At Rediscovered, Indie Bookstore Day means a packed calendar, including Book Bingo 10 a.m.-3 p.m., a visit from local children's book author Leslie Patricelli
11 a.m.-1 p.m. and an award presentation for Idaho author Emily Ruskovich
at noon. Plus, Rediscovered will offer free audio books all day through the online shop Libro.fm
. Don't miss this chance to support the store you love.