Black Dog Books offers personalized services in historic Zionsville, IN (just 3 miles northwest of Indianapolis).
We look for hard to find books for you. We carry general stock, literature, poetry, mystery, religion, philosophy, psychology, children’s books, history, science, nature, gardening, dog books, Indiana, cookbooks, fine bindings, art, photography, architecture, humor, biography, sports and domestic arts.
Our friendly and reliable staff is always there to assist you in all your needs. We also offer greeting cards, journals, antiquarian maps, bookends and artwork.
Learn More About Black Dog Books:
- Quality used and rare books sold
- Buying libraries and collections
- Book repairs
- Book searches
- Watercolor pet portraits by Beth Armstrong
- Photography by Patrick McDonald
- Stephen Fletcher – Indiana Landscapes Photography
- Bill Warren – Worldwide Nature Photography
- Jack Marvel – Local Photography
- Dan Albright – Photography About Books
Sat24Oct20151:00 - 2:30pmBlack Dog Books, 115 S. Main Street, Zionsville, IN 46077
DAN WAKEFIELD BOOK SIGNING: "UNDER THE APPLE TREE"
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of World War II ending, award winning author, Dan Wakefield will be signing his newly revised book, Under the Apple Tree which portrays what it was like to live in middle America home front during World War II.
Dan Wakefield is a novelist, screenwriter, journalist and memoir writer. His books, Going All the Way and Starting Over were both produced as films. At 2:00pm Dan will give a brief talk and do Q & A. Call 733-1747 to reserve your copy.
Thu29Oct20156:00PM - 8:00PMBlack Dog Books, 115 S. Main Street, Zionsville, IN 46077
DWIGHT RITTER'S BOOK SIGNING "GROWIN' UP WHITE'
Hoosier born and raised author, Dwight Ritter will be signing his first book, "Growin' Up White' on Thursday, October 29th at Black Dog Books. Set in Indianapolis during the 1950's the author's book tells a heartfelt story based on his own childhood experiences in a mostly black neighborhood. It is also the story of Georgey, their quirky black housekeeper imbued with strong opinions, extra doses of homespun religion, and a fierce love for their family. Georgey shapes who they are on both matters of the heart and of race. The author lives in Cape Cod.
The author will give a talk at 7:00PM Refreshments will be served.