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Holiday Catalog

A Holiday Catalog of Books for Everyone available from This House of Books, your community-owned, independent bookstore and tea shop in downtown Billings, Montana

This House of Books is pleased to offer a holiday catalog with a selection of books for young readers and fiction and nonfiction for adults.

The music for the With a Cup of Tea videos

Some people visit around a campfire.The musical introduction and at the end of the With a Cup of Tea videos was recorded by Mark Taylor, on July 1, 2016. They feature Geoffrey Taylor on violin and his brother-in-law, John Huss on guitar.

Writing Contest for Young People

Banner for Writing Contest for Children & Youth, sponsored by This House of Books, your community-owned, independent bookstore and tea shop in downtown Billings Montana

   DEADLINE EXTENDED to October 20, 2018!   

We think that short stories are awesome. Now's your chance to write one and maybe even see it published. This House of Books is sponsoring a writing contest for children and youth. The winning stories will appear in an anthology we will publish later this year. 

Get Free Audiobooks

Announcing the partnership between Libro.fm, the trusted source for a great audiobook experience, and This House of Books, the community-owned independent bookstore and tea shop in downtown Billings, Montana

Audiobook memberships now available at This House of Books

This House of Books now offers audiobooks which you can listen to on your iPhone, Android device, or PC. These audiobooks are available through our partner, Libro.fm. All
sales support our store.

Successful Event: What Makes It Poetry

Thank you to the participants at the event, "What Makes It Poetry?" at This House of Books, the community-owned independent bookstore & tea shop in downtown Billings, Montana

The audience, a standing room only crowd, was eager, involved, and asked penetrating questions. The panelists were engaging, informative, and thoroughly entertaining. The moderator shepherded the discussion with a delicate touch. Poetry books flew off the shelves, dropped into people's pockets, and went to homes to be savored and pondered later. New friends were made and old friendships renewed. Vistas were opened.

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