Welcome to Page & Palette!
We're proud to be an independent bookstore in the most lovely community
in the world, Fairhope, AL. Stop by our quaint store to peruse our
shelves or pick our discerning staff's brains, or shop here online for
new books and competitively-priced eBooks! We host a wide variety of
events from upcoming authors to celebrities, so check back often so you
don't miss out on the opportunity to meet these fine folks or get a
signed copy of their book!
Forrest Gump Commemorative Edition
Forrest Gump Deluxe Slip Case Limited Edition Signed Copy
July 11 | 12 pm | Fairhope Public Library
In Lookaway, Lookaway, Wilton Barnhardt has written a headlong, hilarious narrative of a family coming apart, a society changing beyond recognition, and an unforgettable woman striving to pull it all together. Join us for a Read It & Eat luncheon event with bestselling author Wilton Barnhardt at Fairhope Public Library. Free and open to the public. Call the store to purchase lunch for $10.
Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands
July 14 | 12 pm | The Venue
A heartbreaking, wildly inventive, and moving novel narrated by a teenage runaway, from the bestselling author of Midwives and The Sandcastle Girls. Join us for a Read It & Eat luncheon event with bestselling author Chris Bohjalian at The Venue. Tickets are $15 and inlude lunch and $5 off the purchase of the book.
||Patti Callahan Henry
The Stories We Tell
July 15 | 12 pm |Eastern Shore Art Center
A riveting story about the power of truth, The Stories We Tell will open your eyes and rearrange your heart. Join us for a Read It & Eat luncheon event with bestselling author Patti Callahan Henry at the Eastern Shore Art Center. Free and open to the public. Call the store to reserve lunch for $10.
From Brooklyn to the Olympics
July 18 | 1-3 pm | Page & Palette
Join us as we host former Auburn track coach Mel Rosen to sign copies of his biography From Brookyn to the Olympics: The Hall of Fame Career of Auburn University Track Coach Mel Rosen written by Craig Darch. From Brooklyn to the Olympics follows Mel Rosen from the streets of Brooklyn during the 1930s–'40s to his selection as head coach for United States track and field for the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics.