Later Hours for Summer

Page 1 Books is Open Late for Summer.

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Now In Effect!
Page 1 Books has
later hours for the Summer months.

Sunday 10am-7pm

Monday - Thursday 9am-8pm

Friday & Saturday 9am-9pm

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Thank You ABQ!!

Thank you for voting us the Best Bookstore in 'Burque 2014

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Vote for Page 1 Books!!

We're asking our loyal customers to help put Page 1 Books on the list of Albuquerque Magazine's Best Of The City winners for 2014!

Follow this link to put your vote in. By voting for Page 1 Books, you're letting your neighbors and ABQ newcomers know where to get books - both new and used - and support the local economy!

Seems to us that there are a couple of categories that Page 1 Books could own with your help: under the Shopping section - Best Bookstore (of course!), Best Customer Service, Best Place for a Shopping Spree, Best Bargain Gifts & under the Around ABQ section - Best Place to People Watch. Voting will end on August 1st.

Thanks again for all your support!

Are You a Teacher?

Here at Page 1, we appreciate all that you do!
Get this great coupon to help with all of your purchases, for school or just for yourself.

Just print it out, bring it in and present it with your purchase to receive your savings.

Or, if you prefer, show it to your cashier on your mobile device.

Don't forget - We have a special discount for Teachers.

Page 1 Books offers 20% discount on new books to teachers throughout New Mexico. Just bring in your current teacher identification and we'll get you signed up. Mention you're a teacher at the registers for the discount. This offer never expires. Just another way Page 1 supports the community!

Monthly Coupon

Get this great coupon to help with all of your literary purchases!
Just print it out, bring it in and present it with your purchase to receive some awesome savings!
Or, if you prefer, show it to your cashier on your mobile device!

Welcome to Page One!

We'd love you to join us for Page One Special Events!

Hooray for Storytime Saturday!

Introducing Storytime Saturday at Page 1 Books!

Storytime will now be held EVERY Saturday at 2pm starting Saturday July 26th! Please join us Saturday July 26th for Pajama Storytime! Wear your pajamas to storytime and get an extra 10% off all your book purchases! We are so excited and we can't wait to see you for storytime!!!!


Saturday, August 2nd will be an Outdoor Adventure storytime!

Double Psst!

The second Saturday of every month will be a special crafty storytime!!! (Are you excited yet! That's what I thought!)

Campus Book Fair at Sandia Prep

Page 1 Books will be at Sandia Prep for a Campus Book Fair

Sandia Prep will host a Campus Book Fair on August 9th & 11th and Page 1 Books will be there. This is a terrific opportunity for folks to pick up all the titles needed for the 2014-2015 school year. By bringing the books to the campus, Page 1 Books will be able to provide quicker service at a convenient location.

Page 1 Books will also be on campus during the August 2nd Book Swap where parents and students can place orders for books.

On August 9th & 11th, students and parents at Sandia Prep can select books for the coming school year during the Campus Book Fair on the Sandia Prep campus.

Parents can go to the Page 1 Books website and access the Sandia Prep portal to pre-order books. Orders received by 5pm on August 8th & August 10th before the Campus Book Fair events will be available at the Book Fair for pick up.

David Bachelor

Local Author David Bachelor will be here on Saturday, July 26th at 3pm

In "Dorothea and Preston, a story of love, " David Bachelor has captured humanity at its awkward but noble best, striving as always against unforeseen odds. In 1940 while hate and destruction in Europe were building to a second world war, Dorothea Dolan runs her quiet boarding house on the shores of Lake Michigan. Here she loves and cares for the elderly who have been broken by the Great Depression. Dorothea's commitment to her charges is absolute and her tacit motto is "no one will suffer" as she attempts to rescue them from slow and painful declines. Into this setting Michigan State Police Detective Preston Duhamel strides in search of thieves and incorrigibles - who he finds, and sometimes who find him. Preston, however, is fleeing his own afflictions. With redemption just around the corner, Dorothea tries to help her lover and herself, as they are both challenged by elemental powers beyond their control.

This event is free and open to the public.

Lizbeth Noveliere

On Sunday, July 27th at 3pm,
Local Author Lizbeth Novelliere will discuss her book
The Day The Sun Cried: A Spacecoast Adventure

Nick Roma's new love Rachel Moreau, his brother Jack and wife Melinda create unlikely bonds to survive after a world-wide catastrophic solar event. Would the region descent into chaos and strife or rise above intractable inconveniences to create a new society? You will find yourself wondering how you and your loved ones would face such a challenge.

This event is free and open to the public.

Adobe Walls Poetry Open Mic

Adobe Walls Open Mic Night & Poetry Reading

Tuesday, August 12th

Sign Up opens at 6:45 pm

Open Mic begins at 7:00 pm

Come join us for Open Mic Night, hosted by Kenneth P. Gurney and the diverse local poets of New Mexico! Thirty minutes of open mic will be followed by a poetry reading by the featured poet of the evening, Jane Lipman.

Jane Lipman's first full-length poetry collection, On the Back Porch of the Moon, Black Swan Editions, 2012, won the 2013 New Mexico-Arizona Book Award for Poetry Book, and a 2013 Press Women’s Award. Her chapbooks, The Rapture of Tulips and White Crow's Secret Life, Pudding House Publications, 2009, were finalists for New Mexico Book Awards in 2009 and 2010 respectively. She won first place in Poetry in the Santa Fe Reporter’s writing contest in 2001. Her poems have appeared widely in journals and anthologies. She was the Santa Fe Guest Editor for the inaugural issue of LUMMOX Magazine, 2012. During the '80s she founded and directed Taos Institute, which sponsored performances and workshops by Robert Bly, Joseph Campbell, Gioia Timpanelli, and others. She has lived in northern New Mexico since 1970.

This is the final Adobe Walls Open Mic

This event is free and open to the public.

Local Author Loretta Hall

We'll welcome New Mexico Author Loretta Hall on Saturday, August 16th at 2pm to discuss her new book Space Pioneers: In Their Own Words

From Loretta Hall's website about the book: While researching my 2011 book, Out of this World: New Mexico's Contributions to Space Travel, I became aware of a valuable but underutilized resource for the history of the United States' space program. Since 1986, the New Mexico Museum of Space History staff have recorded oral history interviews of people involved in all aspects of space research since the 1940s. Some of the interviewees are well known, like Gene Kranz and Eileen Collins. Others are nearly anonymous but essential contributors like electricians and welders.

The interview transcripts are only accessible to researchers who can travel to Alamogordo in southern New Mexico. To make those experiences widely accessible, along with commentary that establishes the context for each period of development, I wrote Space Pioneers: In Their Own Words. It includes excerpts of varying lengths from nearly a hundred interviewees, along with historic photographs that bring their experiences to life.

This event is free and open to the public.

New Mexico Author Susan Slater

New Mexico Author Susan Slater
shares Rollover: A Dan Mahoney Mystery
on Tuesday, August 19th at 6:30pm.

A bank heist turns sleepy little Wagon Mound, New Mexico on its ear. It’s no straight-forward, demand all the money at gun-point, and run out the front door kind of robbery. It’s a sneaky tunneling that probably took months to complete and put the thieves in a room of safe deposit boxes—not the vault which held some two million. Safe deposit boxes? What could have made it worthwhile to bypass a cool couple million?

Maybe the one hundred and ten year old sapphire and diamond necklace belonging to eighty-five year old Gertrude Kennedy was the lure. United Life and Casualty carried a policy on it for five hundred thousand and sent their investigator, Dan Mahoney to sort things out.

But he didn’t quite get there when expected. Catching a ride when his Jeep overheats, Dan is the hapless passenger in a rollover that kills the driver and puts him in the hospital only to find out this was no accident. Someone wants him out of Wagon Mound at any cost.

He doesn’t scare easily. He hasn’t lived his life looking over his shoulder and he’s not starting now. But when fiancée, Elaine Linden, disappears and people close to the case turn up dead, maybe he should reconsider. The note slipped under his door in the dead of night says it all—“it’s not what you think”.

This event is free and open to the public.

Mentioned in the Alibi

Alibi Reviews New Store

We were pleasantly surprised to find our new store mentioned in the Alibi. We were visited by a member of the Alibi staff who reported on the new location and the experience of a Sunday at the bookstore. You can read the article here.

Thanks to the Alibi for the kind words. Come see for yourself the fun we have in store for book lovers.

Page One Stylin'

Page 1 Books stopped by the KASA studios.

KASA 2 Style invited Page 1 Books to come by and talk about the new location.

Our owner, Steven Morado Stout, joined by one of our managers, Melissa Jansen, did a fantastic job of explaining the past and the future of Page 1 Books.

You can see the segment by clicking here.

Buying Local Article

Buying Local Article

We've found an article that explains how the cost of buying local is not as high as some folks have perceived. Find it here.

Remember that while it's easy to buy from the chain stores, they rarely support the local communities. Chain stores source their goods without careful consideration of quality, focused instead on price. As this article points out, local businesses select goods with their community in mind. Would you rather support your neighbor than a corporate stranger?

Find out more by clicking the link and learning more about how spending your money at local businesses helps not only the business, but the local economy as well as the environment!

We Buy Used Books!!

The Used Book Buying Counter is open from 10:00am - 5:00pm. Please bring in books before 4:30pm to see what we can use or call 505.294.2026 for an appointment. Thank You!

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for information on how the process works!

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NPR 100 Must Reads for Kids 9-14

National Public Radio has just published a fantastic list of titles considered Must Reads for Kids 9-14 yrs.

Check out the list by clicking here.

Indie Next for Children

Looking for some great, recently published kid's books?
for some wonderful new titles!