March Senior Savings Days

March Senior Savings Days

February 21, 2022



We all know reading has big benefits for kids - it’s why we were so particular about our kids area in the shop and the titles we pick to fill it. But did you know that reading benefits seniors just as much?

Studies have shown that seniors who read have improved decision making, improved sleep patterns, improved brain activity, improved moods and increased social activity (see below for our book club where you can chat about books with fellow book lovers!)

Reading has been shown to reduce stress and contribute to overcoming depression and loneliness - a timely benefit with all that’s going on in the world right now. It can also prevent memory loss and delay onset of dementia. It’s the ideal hobby in which you can visit other places, meet new people, try new things all from the comfort of your coziest chair. 

All this brings us around to our big news for March - Senior Savings Tuesday! Every Tuesday in March we’ll be offering 10% off in-store purchases for seniors (60+) so come on in, browse, have a seat by the fire. It's the perfect opportunity to try a new author, get that book you've been hearing so much about, branch out into a new interest. We look forward to hosting you!

Here are a few titles to whet your whistle:

A Grandparent’s Love by Jackie Corley, Happily Ever Older by Moira Welsh, Chair Yoga For Seniors by Lynn Lehmkuhl, Keep Sharp by Sanjay Gupta, Radical Longevity by Anne Louise Gittlemen, The Self-Care Year by Alison Davies, Nanaville by Anna Quindlen

And as alway our fiction selection is second to none:

Lightning Strike by William Kent Krueger, That Summer at the Mettawas by Rosalind Knight, A Distant Shore by Karen Kingsbury, When We Lost Our Heads by Heather O’Neill, The Cellist by Daniel Silva, A Slow Fire Burning by Paula Hawkins, Bye Bye Baby by Ace Atkins.

Peter And for those who like to keep their brain active with puzzles, we offer wordsearch, sudoku and assorted other mental exercise books - keeping you sharp while having fun.

Backyard Sudoku by Will Shortz, Stay Smart for Brain Health by Gareth Moore, Wordsearch by Eric Saunders, Train Your Brain Mental Agility by Peter de Schepper.


Windsor’s first Poet Laureate, University of Windsor professor, publisher of Black Moss Press, photographer and author Marty Gervais will be visiting us to speak on his newest endeavour - Walk in the Woods: Portrait of the Ojibway Prairie Complex. Gervais teamed up with Windsor's Poet Laureate Mary Ann Mulhern, and the city's Youth Poet Laureate Alexei Ungurenasu to celebrate this rich environmental treasure in southwestern Ontario. Purchase of Walk in the Woods gains you access to the reading and book signing on Thursday, March 24, 2022 at 7pm followed by a walking tour of Ojibway on Saturday March 26th at 1:00pm. 

Reserve your spot by emailing

And don’t forget our book club tomorrow night, Tuesday February 22, 2022 during which we will be discussing the book, All the Quiet Places by Brian Thomas Isaac who will be popping into our virtual book club to discuss his book! Let us know if you’d like to be added to the Zoom invite list by emailing