Gift Cards Available

Traditional Gift Card

Gift Cards Available from Once Upon A Time "Your family bookstore" This is a traditional physical Gift Card.  It is available in any denomination from $5.00 up and can be sent by US Mail to the recipient or picked up at our store.  It will never expire or lose value and can be redeemed on our website or at our store in Montrose.  Gift cards are not currently redeemable for Digital Audiobooks or Kobo ebooks.

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Online Only Gift Code

Once Upon A Time "Your family bookstore" Online Only Gift Code This is an online only gift code.  It is available in any denomination from $5 up and will be emailed directly to the recipient within hours of the purchase.  It will never expire or lose value and can only be redeemed on our website.  It may not be used in our store and is not currently redeemable for Digital Audiobooks or Kobo ebooks.

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Gift Digital Audiobooks

Libro.fm Audiobooks Give the gift of audiobooks Audiobook Gift Memberships for 1, 3, 6 or 12 months.  You pick the duration; they pick the audiobooks.  Memberships include: credits to use on any of our 100,000+ audiobooks, 30% off all additional audiobooks (including gifts), during the membership, free listening app, dedicated customer support and pride in supporting your local bookstore and the greater community.

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Staff Picks

Isla Morley's The Last Blue takes place mainly in 1937 and a bit in the 1970s and is about Havens, a struggling photographer and his reporter sent by Roosevelt to document America’s working class. They are sent to Appalachia and encounter elusive-for-a-reason siblings who are Blue people. The photographer is instantly smitten, falls (literally) head over heels for Jubilee and tries to keep quiet about these folks in the hollers who are “different”. This historical fiction novel indicates clearly the depths of hatred some “right-colored” people have for people who are “different” (poverty, upbringing, skin color) from themselves but is finally, a luminous love story, with Havens learning to let go as Jubilee learns to stand up for herself. When I slow down my reading as I enter the last chapters of a book, I just want to stay within this book’s “walls” and not escape to the real world. - reviewed by Maureen