I love books. Since I love books, it makes perfect sense that I would adore bookstores. With this in mind, I thought it was high time I became familiar with the bookstores in my area and the bookstores I find in places where I may travel.
If you want to look at my first post that highlights five fun bookstores, I found online, click HERE
As you know I love books. I am always on the hunt for those bookstores that sometimes turn out to be hidden gems. Whenever I visit a new town I look for local bookshops where I can explore new and used books to hopefully find my next great read.
This is one of the best-used bookstores I have experienced. I found children’s books, travel books, cookbooks, and what I would call collectible books, and the list goes on. The store seemed to be divided into specific sections. As you enter the shop you will find a children’s section and as you venture into the store there are clearly marked book sections. Erica searched the books that appeared old and had the look of rare books. I found myself in the used cookbook section where I found a wide selection.
One of the best things about this used bookstore is that you are getting a great bang for your buck. I am always happy to get a half-price deal but here the deal is better than that with most of the books being $.99 to $1.99. There were some priced a bit more but we stayed out of that section.
I now have two hard-bound books with all types of recipes and decor ideas that I plan to use over the holiday season.
. I did find this quote on another site…