Get to know our booksellers through their favorite books.
Andrea has been an avid reader all of her life and has delighted in putting the right book into the right hands both personally and professionally for many years. Becoming co-owner of the Galaxy was a dream come true, as talking about books is a passion and the Galaxy has always been her favorite bookstore. … Continue reading Andrea
Sandy has worked at The Galaxy Bookshop since 2000, when she worked during school breaks. Now, as co-owner of the bookstore, she doesn’t get to read on the job like she used to, but still gets excited every time she opens a new box of books. Sandy is the events coordinator, children’s book buyer, and website manager … Continue reading Sandy
Sally is a long-time customer who joined our weekend crew in 2018. She has a penchant for pirate stories, but her reading choices run to a diversity of titles. She says of her personal journey as a reader, “I can still remember the excitement of my first visit to a public library. I entered a … Continue reading Sally
Edyn is currently a senior in high school and has been coming to the Galaxy, ever since she was little, to browse the shelves and to stare at the old safe door “for absolutely no reason other than it looking like something from a spy movie.” She mostly enjoys YA fantasy books, but will also … Continue reading Edyn
Lila is a junior at Hazen Union and is the newest member of our bookselling team. She enjoys diverse genres of books, including dystopian, historical fiction, and every once in awhile a good mystery. Some of her favorite authors include Angie Thomas, Suzanne Collins, Dr. Seuss, and many more.
When Diane retired from her work at Sterling college, she was hired by Linda Ramsdell to manage Stardust Books on Craftsbury Common, Galaxy’s former “satellite” bookshop. She oversaw the high school students on their first work experience where they learned about bookselling and the running of a small business. She has been a substitute staff … Continue reading Diane
Ross is a retired newspaperman, the former owner and editor of The Hardwick Gazette. He is an avid reader of both non-fiction and fiction. Some of his literary interests include fishing and outdoor exploration, civil rights, and social and cultural histories.
Ivy is our youngest bookseller, and only able to work when her busy school schedule allows. She is a voracious and omnivorous reader. Currently, graphic novels feature heavily among her favorite books. She also loves listening to audiobooks! On Audio:
Natalie is our go-to reader for YA fiction. She particularly enjoys things that are complex fantasy with diverse characters. She also enjoys thrillers from the adult fiction section and anything by Emma Donaghue, Libba Bray, Patrick Ness or Andrew Smith.