Watermark's Book of the Week is Red Clocks by Leni Zumas.
In an America where single women are barred from adopting, and abortion is illegal, a high school teacher longs for her pregnant student's unwanted child. Leni Zumas shows that women, like life, finds a way.
Online or in the store, Red Clocks is 30% off until March 19th.
The Children's Book of the Week this week is Wooly and Me by Quentin Gréban.
With whimsical illustrations, a child describes the many ways in which her woolly mammoth is one of the world’s best pets, accompanying her everywhere and sharing her daily activities with keen enthusiasm and loving gentleness.
Online or in the store, Woolly and Me is 30% off until March 19th.
"I used to think the worst moment of my life happened in eighth grade when I got stealing the latest issue of Cosmopolitan form 7-Eleven because I didn't have four dollars to learn all the secrets of being a great kisser."