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Mekor Judaica is a mega Judaica store located on 1973 Coney island av. Brooklyn NY 11223.
"Founded on April 1, 1999, Heights Books is Brooklyn's leading used bookstore. Located at 120 Smith Street, we stock an extensive range of subjects, including science, religion, travel, and literature, all carefully vetted by our knowledgeable staff. We specialize in art, design, photography, philosophy, and history. We also specialize in first editions, rare books, and signed books. We buy books, including collector's items and libraries." http://www.heightsbooks.com
BookWeb New York area.
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.
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.
"We will travel anywhere to buy your books. We regularly purchase collections from estates, libraries and people who have more books than can fit on their shelves... In many cases, a family member passes away, and relatives have no idea what to do with their books. We will come to you and buy everything sight unseen. We move the books, We will transport them and pay you on the spot. We also purchase antiques and paper ephemera."
Selling all paperbacks for 1/2 their retail cost and hardcovers sell for $5. Some books may be priced slightly higher but will be clearly marked. A selection of bookmarks, magnets and other items, discounted 20%.
Accepting books for store credit only. You will get 20% of the retail price on paperback books in credit, and can use your store credit for 1/2 the purchase of books from the store. We accept limited hardcovers for which you will receive 20% of our sell cost.
Buying and selling fine books, CDs & DVDs. Thousands of new and used items to choose from!
New and Used Books for Everyone. Book Trade on Sunday. Please bring less than 20 books. Store Credit for Used Books available.
We provide services to International Publishers, Manufacturers, Associations, Small Presses, Desktop Publishers, Distributors, Authors and Illustrators.
We specialize in the marketing and sales of special interest nonfiction books and intellectual property rights outside the commercial book trade.
Israeli music CDs, DVDs, VHS casettes.
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.
Cave Comics opened on May 15th 1989 in the old train station in Newtown CT. It's a great old building with 14 foot ceiling giving us a nice open feeling space. We are always striving to be a helpful, informative and fun store that welcomes everyone. Whether its your first comic or the next of many, we're here to make it a great experience.
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.
One of the largest independent bookstores in New Jersey, with more than 15,000 square feet. Large selection of Modern First Editions, Americana, and other rarities. Only a half hour from Manhattan.
The bookstore opened in 1976, before the museum itself. It was designed by Jay Bright, who emulated the white oak finish of the Louis Kahn interior of the museum. The two comfortable chairs, visible from the street, and the custom designed fixtures were a significant counterpoint to the generic mall stores of the era. In 1980, we relocated an adjacent cheese store and expanded.
"Inside you will find various offerings for College Bookstores, College Students, and Faculty. We offer specials on various items every month, so make sure you visit us often. New Jersey Books also operates several retail bookstores serving local universities. If you are a student or faculty member at one of these schools, or just curious about this month's specials, please click on the appropriate university link."
An eclectic mix of museum, bookshop, theatre, and saloon. Filmmakers, musicians, writers, and poets all regularly rent our space for premieres, readings, and concerts. Rental is for three hours and includes 25 folding chairs, podium, music stand(s) and/or screen -- all set up by our staff prior to your event. Our digital projector is not included in the initial rental fee, but can be arranged for a small, additional cost.
Always happy to help ou make a personal selection for yourself or as a gift!
Selling used and rare books since 1948, Whitlock's Book Barn is located just minutes from downtown New Haven and Yale University. The store operates from two weatherbeaten barns sitting amid a scenic pasture.
For decades, buyers and sellers of used books, old maps, and ephemera have come to Whitlock's looking for intellectual adventure. With these pages, the store now offers a selection of items online, making it possible for those unable to visit to take advantage of the store's unusual finds and bargains.
Located in the shoreline town of Madison, Connecticut, RJ Julia Booksellers has always been a place of inspiration, information, and excitement.
RJ Julia opened 20 years ago as an independent bookstore whose mission was, and is, to be a place where words matter, where writer meets reader, where the ambiance and selection and merchandising of books creates an atmosphere that is welcoming and presents the opportunity for discovery. Ultimately we are fiercely committed to putting the right book in the right hand.
Order Department is open Monday thru Saturday 10am to 6pm. Retail Shop is open Thursdays & Fridays 10am to 6pm, Saturday 10am to 5pm on, other times by chance or appointment. Please keep in mind that if you are driving any distance, call first.
A charming, upscale bookshop in a historic building in beautiful Kent. A full selection of books on all subjects.
Providing the best selection of books, in convenient locations, at great prices, with customer service that is second to none.
The Town Book Store has been serving Westfield and neighboring communities since 1934. According to the American Booksellers Association, we are the last independent book store located in Union County, New Jersey. In today’s rapidly changing retail environment, The Town Book Store remains one constant where shoppers can find a first-rate literary selection with friendly, personalized service in an attractive, convenient setting. Whether you are reading for escape, for comfort, to gain knowledge, for pure pleasure or as a source of lively conversation, visit or call us at The Town Book Store and we can match you up with the right book.
Business Hours: Monday & Thursday -10 am - 8 pm; Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday - 10 am - 6 pm; Saturday - 10 am - 4 pm; Closed Sundays
Your Community Bookstore.
Shelton's own independent, community bookstore. A full-service, general bookstore with new books for all ages and interests.
African American Studies, African Studies, Anthropology & Archaeology, Architecture & Design, Art, Asian Studies and more.
The ranks of New Haven's used bookstores have thinned a little in recent years: Whitlock's on Broadway is gone, so too is the fine Elm City Books, which had a good run on York Street a few years back. But even if those stores were still around, the Book Trader would be a worthy winner of this category. And even if you couldn't buy a delicious sandwich or muffin here, it would still be a major destination for book lovers. The key is selectivity. The shelves are not weighted down by mediocrity, but rather lifted up by good stuff. Some of it is obvious: You'll get your Ian McEwan, your Kazuo Ishiguro, your Jonathan Spence. Some of it is more obscure: Sitting on shelves in recent weeks has been a first edition of John Ashbery's hard-to-find novel, which he co-authored with James Schuyler. And you can also buy a good paperback mystery or sci-fi adventure.