***Updated March 2021***

We’re focused on keeping our staff healthy and our customers and community safe while following the laws and guidelines of the city and state.

Our store will reopen April 1st. Currently we are closed to the public but we are taking online, email, and phone orders.

Here are other options for continuing to get books :

1) We are in the store taking phone orders Thursday to Monday between 11am and 4pm.  Pre-paid orders that are ready may be picked up 10am-5pm.  If you call and get voicemail, leave a message- there’s only one bookseller allowed in the store at a time, so please be patient.  We are closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

2) Email us your book list- we may have the book you want in store now.  We are happy to email you back with recommendations based on books you’ve enjoyed in the past.  If we don’t have the book in the store we order a copy for you!

3) Order online through our Bookshop storefront.  Bookshop.org is a B-corp that supports indie bookstores and opened their beta site in January 2020. We are a Bookshop affiliate and promote our Bookshop “store” as an alternative to other online retailers.  Bookshop supports us and other independent bookstores with a 25-30% commission on sales.

4) If you’re looking for something unique, rare, or out-of-print, check out our rare book inventory on Abe Books and Biblio. While our doors are closed, you can shop our shelves by browsing our Used Books inventory.

5) Buy gift cards to use in better times when you can visit the store.

6) If you love audio books, check out our shop on Libro.fm.  Mimi uses it and she’s taught her mom how to use it! Libro.fm is just as easy to use as Audible, but like Bookshop.org, it supports our store and other indies like us.

7) If you are an e-book person, check out our store on Hummingbird.  They have tons of free and 99 cent books as well as many choices for kids.  Hummingbird is an alternative for Kindle that supports our store.

A kind reminder that we’re not accepting donations or trade credit books for the foreseeable future.  Please don’t drop books on our doorstep while our doors are closed.  It’s not something we appreciate in the best of times and right now it is neither safe nor helpful to us.  Thank you.