The PNBA Holiday Catalog is Here!

There are great gift ideas for all ages and interests in our PNBA Holiday Catalog this year.
Find them all on display at our store!

Recent Staff Picks

Here are just a few titles that are currently on our "Staff Favorites" table. See more...

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Lessons in Chemistry: A Novel By Bonnie Garmus Cover Image
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Acceptance: A Memoir By Emi Nietfeld Cover Image
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The Guide: A novel By Peter Heller Cover Image
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Legends & Lattes: A Novel of High Fantasy and Low Stakes By Travis Baldree Cover Image
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A Line to Kill: A Novel (A Hawthorne and Horowitz Mystery #3) By Anthony Horowitz Cover Image
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Once There Were Wolves: A Novel By Charlotte McConaghy Cover Image
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Appleseed: A Novel By Matt Bell Cover Image
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The Wrong End of the Telescope By Rabih Alameddine Cover Image

Annie Bloom's Bestsellers

For more of our bestsellers, click here.

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Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law By Mary Roach Cover Image
The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times By Michelle Obama Cover Image
Dinners with Ruth: A Memoir on the Power of Friendships By Nina Totenberg Cover Image
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Project Hail Mary: A Novel By Andy Weir Cover Image
It Starts with Us: A Novel (It Ends with Us #2) By Colleen Hoover Cover Image
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Cloud Cuckoo Land: A Novel By Anthony Doerr Cover Image
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Circe By Madeline Miller Cover Image
Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America By Maggie Haberman Cover Image

Bargain Books

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Holiday Giving Tree Book Drive

Annie Bloom’s Books is hosting its annual Giving Tree book drive this holiday season for children served by several local non-profit organizations: Community Transitional School, Neighborhood House, Raphael House of Portland, and SMART (Start Making A Reader Today).

You are invited to make a donation. There are various ways you can contribute:

  • Purchase a book from the Giving Tree Wish List, you will receive a 10% discount on any title donated to the Giving Tree.

  • Make a cash donation. A donation of $5.00 helps buy one book for a participating child. You can use the form below to add a donation to your cart.

  • Donate your Reader Rewards coupon. If you are part of our Reader Rewards program, you may choose to donate your coupon (which you are welcome to do all year round).

  • Do you want to donate a book that is special to you? You can donate any book by letting us know it is a donation in the checkout notes, you will receive a 10% discount on any title donated to the Giving Tree.

 

Participating Organizations

Community Transitional School is a private school dedicated to children whose families are homeless, in transition and experiencing chronic poverty-related crises. The school has a daily enrollment of over 80 students. Ages range from 5 to 14. This year classroom teachers have selected specific titles for students to be included in family holiday gift baskets. Books are needed by December 15th.
Website:https://www.transitionalschool.org

Neighborhood House, Multnomah Village’s own social service agency, has requested books for children served through the Neighborhood House Parenting Program. The Parenting Program provides free culturally and developmentally appropriate services for families to help promote the healthy growth and development of their children. Books for ages birth through 6 are needed by December 31.
Website:https://nhpdx.org/

Raphael House of Portland is a multi-faceted domestic violence agency dedicated to ending intimate partner violence for good. Every year more than 115 local families visit the Raphael House Holiday Program to pick out gifts for each other. Book donations for all ages are needed by December 6. Website:www.raphaelhouse.com

SMART (Start Making A Reader Today) matches community volunteers with kindergarten through 3rd grade students in low income public elementary schools throughout Oregon for one-on-one reading support. Each participating SMART student receives two new books a month to take home and keep. Donated books will supplement giveaway and permanent book collections in Portland area schools. A donation guideline and recommended titles list is available for those who wish to donate a book. Books can be donated up through January 5th.
Website:www.getsmartoregon.org

Thank you for supporting children in our community this holiday season!