A Random Act of Kindness at Left Bank Books

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We drove around Belfast, Maine, admiring the quaint town. We marveled at the old buildings and beautiful view. As we rounded a corner, Donna spotted a sign for Left Bank Books. We pulled over and went inside. We found a charming (sorry, when in Maine charming is the only seemingly appropriate word) bookstore. We visited the children’s section and found many beloved books. John spotted a bookmark with writing tucked inside Ruby Holler.  One of the employees explained that children fill out book recommendations for books they have read and place them inside of the books so others can learn about them. What a wonderful idea! John’s brain went into overdrive. Watch the following video to find out what he left for a future child reviewer.

2 thoughts on “A Random Act of Kindness at Left Bank Books

  1. You are in E.B. White territory. They lived in Blue Hill. Katherine White was a great supporter of the Blue Hill Library. Love this trip. Charming is the word!

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