March at Mrs. Dalloway's
GETTING BACK TO THE GARDEN
After all our rain, it's time to begin tending to gardens, and we've got some lovely accessories to help get in the mood. From gardening tools to decorative planters and pots, there's something to motivate all those green thumbs out there. Oh, and we have seeds. Lots of seeds.
GREAT NEW MERCHANDISE
We're delighted to show off some of the new items on our gift table, including a unique set of multi colored, Fold-by-Number Napkins that were borne from MoMA's collaboration with the MFA Products of Design program at the School of Visual Arts. These designs by Julia Lindpaintner were created to encourage a return to reusable cotton napkins for everyday dining. They come in a set of six; each folds into a unique design and measures 20"sq.
NEW SELECTION OF BOOKS ON LOCAL HISTORY
We're now carrying a selection of books from Arcadia Publishing, which publishes books that chronicle local hometown histories. The paperback volumes feature vintage images and accompanying captions, bringing to life the pasts of local neighborhoods, cities, and regions. We invite all nostalgia and history lovers to check out our selection. Arcadia's titles also make great gifts for newcomers to the area.
SOME OF OUR FAVORITE NEW MARCH TITLES
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Now in Paperback
New For Children
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