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  • “Grand merci” translates to “big thanks.” So, you see, gratitude brings the meaning to our name. Yet, it’s so easy to neglect gratitude when the world seems broken. Let’s look to those everyday occurrences where we can find gratitude in our lives and in the world around us. I have an abundance of gratitude to share with you.

  • Nearly 1,000 people recently stood in line for up to six hours (starting at 5 am) to meet horror writer R.L. Stine in his hometown of Bexley, Ohio. Stine came to Central Ohio, hosted by Gramercy Books, as part of a book tour for his four latest scary books. 

  • We at Gramercy Books believe that the freedom to read is foundational and produces engaged well-informed citizens of the world. It is critical that all of us use our voices and our votes to fight these bans which attack our freedom of speech and are a threat to the democracy of our nation.

  • The month of May, Jewish Heritage Month, is a deeply personal celebration for me as a first-generation American Jew. The designation, established in 2006 by Congressional resolution and Presidential proclamation, commemorated May as a national month of recognition of the history of Jewish contributions to American culture, acknowledging the diverse achievement of the Jewish community in the U.S.


  • Spring at Gramercy Books means we begin to see more people in the store, emerging from the winter and eager to make new connections, to discover through books. And when all of us think of spring, we think of a time of rejuvenation, reinvention, and rebirth.