Barwon Booksellers - Secondhand and Collectibles

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    • Local Histories in Winter
    • 21 May 2015 -
    • Whirr of Many Wheels: Cycling In Geelong. Volume 2 just arrived!
    • 01 May 2015 -
    • Excited to announce that we have just received freshly minted copies of the much anticipated second volume of Rod Charles’ epic illustrated history, Whirr of Many Wheels: Cycling In Geelong. Volume one chronicled the growth of local cycling from the velocipede era of the mid-1800s until the outbreak of the Great War. The new volume covers the momentous wartime and depression years between 1914 to 1945. After the great success of volume one this new edition will no doubt be snapped up quickly. Please call or email us here at BB to order your copy.

    • Anzac Day Hours
    • 24 April 2015 -
    • Easter Trading Hours
    • 02 April 2015 -
    • Barwon Booksellers Geelong Store will be closed Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Monday, but open as usual on Easter Saturday. Our Queenscliffe store will be open every day over easter from 11am. Happy Easter to all. 
    • Labour Day Long Weekend
    • 05 March 2015 -
    • Public Holiday Monday 26th January
    • 23 January 2015 -
    • Christmas Holiday Trading Hours
    • 20 December 2014 -
    • The Art Craft & Design of the Season Beginning with X
    • 04 December 2014 -
    • For those of you with designs on Xmas we have received a new tranche of books on Art, Craft & Design this last week. Great stuff actually, in as-new giftworthy condition. All in time for the season starting with X.
    • Detecting New Agatha Christies
    • 13 November 2014 -
    • We have just purchased an extensive run of facsimile Agatha Christie hardback novels, published by the Collins Crime Club. These novels are as new with bright dust jackets harking back to the original editions.

      We also have some other interesting Christie material. For instance, Agatha Christie’s Devon, part of the Halsgrove Discover Series, is a lovely small format coffee table book full of photographs of the important landmarks of Christie’s life in Devon, as well as the much loved landscapes and settings of her books.

      Agatha Christie At Home, by Hilary Macaskill is likewise a handsome table book focusing on the famous detective writer’s house and environs.

      We also have a clean hardback edition of Christie’s Autobiography and other interesting items such as the Agatha Christie’s Who’s Who.

    • Melbourne Cup
    • 04 November 2014 -
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