Keep it in the neighborhood
The Next Page is a member of:
- Summit County Independent Business Alliance
- Mountains and Plains Independent Booksellers
- American Booksellers Association
Missing you every day. JHB 01/15/44-08/10/09
Karen Berg (owner)
Mountain Momma. Sister of many. Desert Sunsets. Dog lover. Get outside. Neighbor, friend. Red or Green? Red. Reads, reads, reads. “Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken”.
Family. World traveler. Bookseller, booklover. Passionate. Summit County scene. Ski, hike, golf. George. The arts. Great cook. Bad Girls Book Club. Wallace Stegener, Angle of Repose.
It’s about more than great books. Did you know that for every $100 spent in an independent business, an average of $73 stays in the community, compared to only $43 for a national chain or Internet purchase? Everyone benefits when you keep it in the neighborhood.
Colorado native. Wife, mom, Jayden’s “Nanny”. Tea girl. Theatre and opera. Roald Dahl. History or real-life adventure, culinary memoirs. A passionate reader, lover of the printed word, textured paper, leather bindings and oodles of bookshelves lining a room. Life is precious...finish the day with chocolate and a fabulous book!
The Bookstore Dog. Big. A stuffed animal with a pulse. Employee of the month. Kids, naps, snow. Belly rubs & ear scratches.
Tea Guy Extraordinaire. Moved here, moved away, came back to stay. Brilliant. Bend, Oregon. Addison’s favorite uncle. Expect the unexpected. ‘In Search of Captain Zero’ by Allan Weisbecker.