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New releases, discounted remainder-titles, and used books, specializing in academic and serious general-interest books in all areas of the humanities and social sciences, and in literature, art, architecture, and photography. We regularly carry a vast selection of sale books in these same areas of specialization at 20-90% off.
Labyrinth serves a growing number of colleges and universities for their course-book needs, taking a hands-on approach to assuring that students get their books.
The Quest Bookshop has been open for business for over 30 years; it is owned and operated by the New York Theosophical Society, which has been serving the spiritual needs of New Yorkers of all religions and creeds for well over a century.
We are an independent bookshop. This means that we are here to fit the needs of the community, not to fit the needs of some large corporation, or pressure groups from another part of the country. We pride ourselves on our independence, and stand as a barrier to those who are trying to create a monopoly on the publishing industry.
From mainstream titles to alternative press, Midtown offers a huge collection of comics, graphic novels and trade paperbacks for readers of all ages. Browse through an impressive selection of over 500,000 back issues.
It’s not just about comics! You’ll find a vast selection of action figures, statues, movies, books posters and so much more. Courteous and knowledgeable staffers are always on hand to help.
Pageant Book Shop was founded in 1946 by Sidney B. Solomon and Henry "Chip" Chafetz as a used and rare book shop in New York City. Pageant had its home in several locations along Fourth Avenue, known as “Book Row of America”, for 35 years before moving around the corner to East 9th Street. During that time, Mr. Solomon and Mr. Chafetz branched out into several additional areas which included selling prints and maps, reprinting scholarly and important works such as Henry Roth’s “Call It Sleep” and publishing the award winning Pageant Facsimile of the Gutenberg Bible.
Shakespeare & Co. has been serving the general public and college students for over 23 years, with 4 locations in the New York City area. Now you can search for and purchase both textbooks and trade books online with our new secure shopping system.
80 Years in Business!
Argosy Book Store, founded in 1926, is now in its third generation of family ownership. We have an enormous stock of antiquarian and out of print items, occupying all of a seven floor building in midtown Manhattan, and a large warehouse in Brooklyn. We specialize in Americana, Modern First Editions, Autographs, Art, The History of Science and Medicine, and Antique Maps & Prints. Many thousands of books in all other fields of interest are also available. We are founding members of the ABAA and belong to the Appraisers Association of America.
We purchase many large collections and always strive to pay the highest price possible for quality merchandise. Rare or unusual titles are always of interest. We deal exclusively in used titles, and do not order titles from the catalogs of record labels, manufacturers, distributors, etc. For more information regarding specific items, please call and ask to speak to one of our courteous and knowledgeable buyers.
One of the oldest mystery specialist book stores in America, the Mysterious Bookshop is now in its 26th year. It is a two-story bookstore, with paperbacks on the ground floor (with a few new arrivals in Hardcover) and Hardcovers on the second floor. A spiral staircase connects the two floors. The shop is open six days a week, Monday through Saturday, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.
Your source for materials on all aspects of the performing arts. Two levels of books including more space for reading and browsing. Located southeast of the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
For over two decades UCB has been a resource for professionals and lay persons alike, stocking books on a wide range of architecture and related subjects and organizing regular events and exhibits. Through our lecture series, noontime writer's talks and exhibits in the Urban Center Galleries, UCB maintains a vital role in the discussion of architecture in the city and around the world. http://www.urbancenterbooks.org/
Serving the Jewish community for over 100 years from the Lower East Side to Midtown Manhattan.
Specialties include Cultural Theory, Graphic Design, Poetry & Small Press Publishing, Film Studies, and Foreign & Domestic Periodicals and Journals. Open Monday through Saturday from 10 am to Midnight, Sundays 11 am to Midnight.
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Offering competitive pricing on both new and used textbooks. Also offering a book buy-back program. Manhattan Books is located near the Borough of Manhattan Community College, The College of Insurance, College of New Rochelle-D.C. 37 campus, Pace University, and Stuyvesant High School.
Books of Wonder is your source for the finest in children's books -- both new and old. We offer a wide range of services via our New York City bookstore, our extensive mail order service, and now a fully functional e-commerce web site.
Founded in 1980, Books of Wonder is New York City's largest and oldest children's bookstore and the city's leading specialist in children's literature. Among the various departments in our store are sections devoted to children's classic and contemporary picture books, board books for infants and toddlers, foreign language children's books, reference books for children (dictionaries, atlases, etc.), non-fiction, and chapter books and novels for children from beginning readers to teens. And, of course, there is our world famous Oz section - a whole bookcase devoted to the many Oz books by L. Frank Baum and his successors. Of special interest to collectors is our wall of old, rare, and collectible children's books and original children's book art.
TASCHEN is happy to announce the opening of our second store in Los Angeles at the historic Farmers Market. This store follows the opening of Beverly Hills location in 2003. The new store is located inside the historic Clock Tower on the threshold of The Grove and the world-famous Farmers Market. A wide range of TASCHEN books will be for sale. Philippe Starck has designed the space – as he has done with all TASCHEN Stores in New York, Paris, and Beverly Hills.
NYU Bookstores is the official bookstore serving New York University. The bookstore operates for the convenience of NYU Students, Faculty, Staff, Administrators and campus visitors.
Encore College Bookstores, Inc., our parent corporation was founded in September 1988, with the acquisition of Zavelle's Bookstore in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Zavelle's Bookstore has served the community of students at Temple University for over 60 years. The operation of Zavelle's fits the profile of our philosophy in that all students should have the opportunity to buy and sell books at the best possible prices.
Throughout our more than 1,000 stores, Borders is finding new ways to help our customers create richer and more satisfying lives through knowledge and entertainment.
Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Borders Group, Inc., is a publicly held company with 2008 consolidated sales of $3.2 billion. Our stock trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol BGP. Borders Group operates over 515 Borders superstores in the U.S.; three stores in Puerto Rico; and approximately 377 stores in the Waldenbooks Specialty Retail segment, including Waldenbooks, Borders Express, Borders airport stores, and Borders Outlet. Borders Group owns London-based Paperchase Products Limited, a retailer of stationery, cards and gifts with 124 locations outside the U.S., including stand-alone stores and concessions. There are also 337 Paperchase shops located within U.S.
Part of the history of Greenwich Village is it's authors. From Melville to Cather they've been writing here and buying their books here for centuries. In the Village the hunt for a good book is part of the life of a reader or a writer. And that's why we're here. We enjoy tracking down, buying and selling interesting, esoteric and weird books. You'll be amazed! We're in our second decade.