Blue Heron Books is a wonderful book store. Hardwood floors, comfy chairs and the best book selection you could ask for. Shelley and her wonderful staff know every book in the place, and can help you find exactly what you’re looking for–even if you don’t know what it is yet. Blue Heron is one of my favourite places to visit. —
Each member of the Blue Heron team possesses a unique set of skills. Our wide range of literary interests and exceptional event planning make Blue Heron Books the heart of Uxbridge’s book loving community.
Involved with the store since 1992, has been at the helm since 2005. Knows her books, her authors, and her customers; amazing things happen when they all come together at one of the multitude of events the store hosts throughout the year. Pick a genre and you’ll get a solid recommendation. In the publishing world she has been called a book promotion machine.
Bookkeeper extraordinaire and general organizational goddess for the past two years. When not tallying columns in the back Joy enjoys first-rate crime stories, anything to do with horses, pop culture, music and good food porn (a.k.a. cookbooks). Resident egg lady and beekeeper!
Nothing stops Sue — not ankle surgery, not a broken wrist. She is determined with an ‘I’ll do it’ attitude that is to be envied. She is Blue Heron’s almighty ladyship of school books for all things school related. She has been know to sort books into the wee hours of the night when a calm quiet descends upon the usually busy store. Sue is happiest at her cottage where this little Energizer Bunny recharges the batteries that power her million dollar smile. firstname.lastname@example.org
Writer-in-residence, web-mistress and procurer of press releases, newsletters and publicity. She loves non-fiction that reads like fiction and the voyeuristic nature of biographies. email@example.com
The greatest employee of all time, according to Shelley. She enjoys all things teen fiction, cookbooks and long walks on the beach. She’s also probably the most beautiful member of the Blue Heron Books. Away at University most of the time, Maggie will find her way back and behind the counter occasionally.
A grade 11 student at Uxbridge Secondary School, Laurel is an extra curricular activity aficionado with interests as diverse as rugby and dance. As comfortable on the stage performing musical theatre as she is curled up with a good read, Laurel has proven adept at thinking on her feet and brings with her a depth of reading knowledge. Hunger Games and the Clockwork Angel are two series that have captured Laurel’s interest of late. Laurel loves working with the other Blue Heron Books employees where work and fun always seem to go hand in hand. Laurel enjoys the opportunities she has had to meet authors and hear about their books and their journeys.