This Week at Gottwals Books

Events at Gottwals Books

We have plenty of fun, free events happening this summer!

Kid’s Corner

Kid’s Corner at Gottwals Books is back! Join us in our Macon location on Riverside Drive for the next event on June 18 at 10 a.m.

We will hold Kid’s Corner every week through June and July, alternating between our Warner Robins and Macon locations. We will have a reader, snacks, drinks, and giveaways!

Stay tuned to our Facebook page for updates on these events.

storytime june 12

Photo: We had a blast at Kid’s Corner yesterday at the Warner Robins store! Thank you Tonya Sizemore (Central Fellowship Christian Academy) for being such a great reader!

Book Club

Did you know Gottwals Books in Warner Robins hosts a book club every other Tuesday?

Our next meeting is June 24 at 4:30 p.m. where we will be discussing The Murderer’s Daughters by Randy Susan Meyers.

Interested? Call us at the Warner Robins store (478-225-1044) for more information.

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Job Opening!

Gottwals Books is looking for a full-time Facility Manager. Please send resumes to [email protected]

Genre of the Week

History

We sell more than fiction! Gottwals Books has spectacular history section – military history, the World Wars, Civil War, American history, and world history. We have a tantalizing selection for history buffs, passing interest, and autodidactics alike!

puppet MDToy of the Week

Gottwals Books and Walls of Books carry a huge line of Melissa & Doug® toys and educational products. Visit our interactive kids sections and play with the puzzles, wooden trains, and blocks! With high quality and great pricing, Melissa & Doug® products make wonderful gifts.

Toy of the Week:

Puppets $19.97

For interactive summer fun take some time to look at our Melissa and Doug® puppets located in the Perry and Byron stores. Perfect for pretend play, your child can develop their creative potential by acting out stories for their captive audiences. Fun tip: you can have the puppet “read” from a book for more storytime fun!