If You Live Near an Independent Bookstore…

If you live near an independent bookstore…

that is well stocked…

Powell’s City of Books – Portland, Oregon

holds entertaining storytimes…

The Twig Book Shop – San Antonio, Texas

is home to a store pet…

Annie Bloom’s Books – Portland, Oregon

or ten…

Wild Rumpus – Minneapolis, Minnesota

supports local authors…

Vroman’s – Pasadena, California

offer shoppers a cozy place to read…

The Tattered Cover – Denver, Colorado

is worthy of a visit from the president…

Prairie Lights – Iowa City, Iowa

or otherwise adds character to your community…

Blue Manatee Children’s Bookstore – Cincinnati, Ohio

Blue Manatee Children’s Bookstore – Cincinnati, Ohio

Boulder Book Store – Boulder, Colorado

Hicklebee’s – San Jose, California

Elliott Bay Bookstore – Seattle, Washington

Spellbound Children’s Bookshop – Asheville, North Carolina

Books of Wonder – New York, New York

…consider yourself lucky, and please consider supporting your local independent bookstore this holiday season!

For an independent children’s bookstore near you, see Find a Bookstore.

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7 Responses to If You Live Near an Independent Bookstore…

  1. Heather says:

    It’s always good to see the Blue Manatee! I like seeing bookstores in other cities too. What gems!

  2. Suzy says:

    I am sitting in one right now! Indigo Bridge Books & Cafe, Lincoln, NE

  3. PragmaticMom says:

    Love these book stores! And a great reminder to support your local independent book store. We are lucky. We have two!

    • Amy says:

      Our local independent bookstore closed a couple years ago, and it is missed. In the past, I have lived near Prairie Lights, The Red Balloon and Wild Rumpus — which are all fantastic bookstores. You are lucky!

  4. Emily Reddon says:

    Amazing! I want to curl up in all of those bookshops.

  5. I love Anderson’s bookstore in , IL!

  6. samacwns says:

    Cute post! I love Powell’s :)

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