It’s that time of year again...WALDO IS BACK! Be sure to pick up your #FindWaldoLocalpassport starting June 15th at any participating business so you can start searching on 7/1! #WheresWaldo
Participating Businesses, BookSmart, Your Eyes Image, Stems, An Jan, Vacuum Center, Autrailian Tan, Thinker Toys, Anime 101, Jamba Juice (VTC), Murphy's mercantile,Morgan Hill Copy & Print, SOCO Boutique, Continetal Stitch, Shifty Bike & Mobile Service, Bike Therapy, Craft Roots Bar & Veggie Grill, Royal Clothiers, Patty's Perfect Pantry, The Little Gym of Morgan Hill, California Sports, Bella Soul, Quilts & Things, Tryst, GVA.Cafe and the Morgan Hill Chamber of Commerce
What is FWL?
A community-wide Shop Local scavenger hunt hosted by ABA-member bookstores with participation from dozens and dozens of merchants in their towns. In July 2019, Waldo spotters, young and old, are eligible for prizes throughout the month. The hunt culminates with a celebratory party held at BookSmart!
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Out of Print
I need you to understand something. Ten years ago, I started writing this for you. I wrote it for you and only you. Since then, millions of other people have read it, but none have understood it the way you understand it. I set out to find you a long time ago and today, I'm so glad I finally have. Thank you for reading these words.
About the Author
Iain S. Thomas is a new media artist and author. As an author, his most famous work is I Wrote This For You, which he writes under the pseudonym ‘pleasefindthis’ - a blog then book that’s been on poetry bestseller lists. He regularly writes for The Huffington Post and currently lives in South Africa.
"Thomas's poetry knows your every passing thought and worry and somehow knows just what medicine you need to treat your wounds." —Amanda Lovelace, author, The Princess Saves Herself in This One
"This ten year celebration of their collaboration is a longer, more intimate look at the same sort of soft magic we’ve come to expect from Iain Thomas’ prose and Jon Ellis’ photography." —Trista Mateer, author, Honeybee