This independent bookstore in New York City is a true reflection of the beautiful partnership between a welcoming community and a small business.
Founded in 1978, it's been satisfying the literary needs of New Yorkers for three generations.
This gem of a NYC bookstore is devoted specifically to French literature but carries some English titles as well.
This bookstore truly shines in the vast selection of illustrated coffee table books. Click to see why!
This bookstore is managed by a determined non-profit that ambitiously aims to fight HIV/AIDS and homelessness.
This beloved bookstore was originally founded in 2004 by Sarah McNally — whose parents own Canada’s largest independent bookstore chain.
The oldest bookstore in NYC. Founded in 1925, Argosy has been serving New Yorkers for almost 100 years! Specializing in rare first-edition and out-of-print books and antique maps.
New Yorkers have been relying on this welcoming bookstore and the well-read staff for more than 43 years.
Founded in 1927, the Strand is the only remaining bookstore from “Book Row” which was a coalition of 48 bookstores that lined Fourth Avenue
Book Are Magic is a Brooklyn-based independent bookstore founded by a well known (and local) author, Emma Straub