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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.

NoVa Teen 2015 - Sat, March 6th!

wednesday, JANUARY 28 AT 7 pM

Tuesday, january 27 at 7 pm

Book Clubs at One More Page

One More Page offers 8 book clubs for a range of topics that meet once a month - all are welcome, join any time!  Book clubs enjoy a 20% discount for each month's book.


Already have a book club? Order your books through One More Page and enjoy the 20% discount. Just ask.

General Fiction

The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry

by Gabrielle Zevin

Tues, Feb 3 @7pm

Nonfiction

All There Is: Love Stories from Storycorps

by Dave Isay
Mon, Feb 9th @7pm



Mother-Daughter (ages 9-12)

The Absolute Value of Mike 

by Kathryn Erskine

Sun, Feb 8th @3pm



Mystery & Suspense

In the Woods

by Tana French

Tues, Feb 17th @7pm 

Philosophy & Spiritual

Imagine This: creating the Work You Love

by Maxine Clair

Tues, Jan 27th @7pm


Daytime Fiction

Someone

by Alice McDermott

Fri, Feb 13th @11am

Holistic Health & Wellness

How Yoga Works

by Gesne Michael Roach

Mon, Jan 26th @7pm


Teen

Winner's Curse 

by Marie Rutkoski

Wed, Feb 11th @5pm

Holistic Health and Wellness 

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New Releases

Did you miss the amazing event for 
The Art of Richard Thompson (w/ many special guests!)
?

All is not lost...

Wow -- What a wonderful, amazing and fun event on Dec 6th for The Art of Richard Thompson. It was great to to hear from editors Nick Galifianakis, David Apatoff, Chris Sparks, and Mike Rhode, as well as Michael Cavna of The Washington Post about why Richard is considered a "cartoonist's cartoonist' as well as personal stories of Richard and his work. 










The sweet, funny and very interesting The Art of Richard Thompson documentary from Andy Hemmendinger, president of GVI, a Washington-based video-production company and Bob Burnett, GVI’s vice president and creative director.


Audio of the day's event, courtesy of Arlington Central Library


Mark your calendar for the 2nd annual NoVa Teen festival featuring over 20 Young Adult authors -- in partnership w/ Arlington Public Libraries and Fairfax County Public Library, with co-sponsors Arlington County Schools and GMU's Fall for the Book.

Mon, Jan 26 at 7 pm

Our Holistic Health and Wellness Book Group discusses How Yoga Works by Gesne Michael Roach.  All are welcome!

Hard to believe but it's been 4 years since we opened our doors and met so many wonderful people. Please celebrate with us and join us for a wine tasting, snacks and conversation.

Join Laurie and our Spiritual Book Club for a discussion of Imagine This: Creating The Work You Love by Maxine Clair.  All are welcome!