Sandi McArthur has a passion for nature, which she loves sharing through her recommendations as a bookseller. She's here several days a week, and whether you're looking for something about local hikes or travelogues from around the world, she'll have a few great reads in mind for you.
Tell us a little about yourself.
I'm a curious, funny, adventurous, independent lover of life, and all-around good human.
What's the quirkiest job you've ever had?
A factory job stuffing flyers into papers on an assembly line on the night shift. I failed miserably, shutting down the line multiple times.
What makes for a good bookstore, in your opinion?
It should be clean and easy to navigate, full of amazing titles old and new.
What's the first thing you notice about a book?
What's the most challenging thing about being a bookseller?
Keeping up with all the new books on the market and being able to recommned titles to people.
If you could host a dinner party for five people, real or fictional, living or dead, whom would you invite?
Michelle and Barack Obama, Robin Wall Kimmerer, John Muir, and Terry Tempest Williams.