Nonfiction

Sisters of Sinai: How Two Lady Adventurers Discovered the Hidden Gospels

by Janet Soskice - Mon, Nov 14 @7pm

At ARLINGTON CENTRAL LIBRARY

Arlington Reads presents a conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Katherine Boo, author of BEHIND THE BEAUTIFUL FOREVERS: LIFE, DEATH, AND HOPE IN A MUMBAI UNDERCITY, in which she follows the interconnected lives of residents striving toward a better life.

8 Reasons to Shop local

DAYTIME FICTION

The River Why
by David James Duncan 

Fri, Jan 13 @11am


Interfaith 

The Empathy Exams

by Leslie Jamison

Tues, Feb 23 @7pm

All are welcome!!  Book clubs enjoy a 20% discount for each month's book. ​​

Friday, Nov 11 @6PM

Daytime Fiction

Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk

by Kathleen Rooney

Fri, May 11 @11AM



Mystery & Suspense

Wilde Lake

by Laura Lippman
Tues, May 15 @7PM


monday, april 30 @7 pm

A Night of Horror! A terrible affliction has befallen the Library, and only you can help...Prepare to be scared!  Featuring authors Paul Tremblay, Jonathan Janz and Bill Schweigart. This event is recommended for brave teens and adults. Creepy costumes encouraged.

  • Nurture your community.
  • Create more choice in the market.
  • Enjoy expertise & passion.
  • Invest in entrepreneurship & small business.

Sat, october 17 @noon - OFFsite


$25 ,$50, $75  or $100

GIFT CARDS


independent bookstore day is Sat!

Our Book Clubs are reading...

Thurs, Apr 26: 10 am to 10 pm

Rosslyn READS! Spring Book Festival features authors David Guas, John Pfordresher (THE SECRET HISTORY OF JANE EYRE), Nicholas Reynolds (WRITER, SAILOR, SOLDIER, SPY), Mark Elliott Benbow (THE NATION'S CAPITAL BREWMASTER) and Liza Mundy (CODE GIRLS). All proceeds go to Turning the Page, a nonprofit organization that helps ensure students receive educational resources and a high-quality public education. Check out the full schedule.

  • Keep your dollars in our community.
  • Embrace what makes us unique.
  • Create and support local jobs.
  • Help the environment with less transportation & packaging.

One More Page is your local independent bookstore in Arlington/Falls Church offering books, wines, & artisanal chocolates. Our mission is to provide a place for our community to come together to share a love of reading & books.


We offer a variety of events, such as author talks, book discussions, book clubs, wine & chocolate tastings.

Sat, April 28 - all day

Join us for day of fun on Independent Bookstore Day!

At 3 PM, it's Bookseller Bake-off followed by Ask the Boozy Booksellers at 6 PM. Plus in-store scavenger hunt, selfie station and hourly giveaways ALL DAY. Check out EXCLUSIVE day-of merchandise.

thursday, Feb 9 @7PM

Book Worms (ages 9-13)

The Name of This Book Is Secret

by Pseudonymous Bosch - Sun, May 6 @3PM

Author John Connolly discusses his new novel he, which brings film icon Stan Laurel to life. This extraordinary novel explores the comedian’s wildly successful and tender partnership with Oliver Hardy during the wild anarchy of early Hollywood.

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General Fiction

The Fall of Lisa Bellow

by Susan Perabo

Tues, May 1 @7PM 

Non-Fiction

Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates

Mon, May 14 @7PM