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1gtg427s
abr. 26, 2007, 8:35pm

Hey, just wondering what everyone's favorite book stores are. I usually buy online or just go to the nearby Barnes & Noble. They usually have the largest selection for books that I'm interested in.

2gistak
abr. 27, 2007, 12:32pm

I go online a LOT: eBay, ABEbooks, and Amazon. And sometimes others.

There's a great little used bookstore in Virginia-Highlands, but I can't remember the name. It's crowded with books stacked every which way. Fun!

3jesseanne21
maig 2, 2007, 4:19pm

I'm a librarian, so I try to do the "free book" thing. However, there are just sometimes I cannot WAIT for a title and cave and buy it. I favor the Borders in Buckhead. For great children's books, there was a wonderful bookstore in Roswell called "Hobbit Hall." They have changed ownership a few times recently, so I'm not sure if it still has the same name. But it was a wonderful place.

4wildbill
Editat: abr. 12, 2008, 2:43pm

I buy a lot of used books and luckily there is a store right next to my office in Decatur, it's called Books Again. Otherwise I go online.

5NativeRoses
juny 6, 2007, 3:11pm

i browse and buy Ginger Peach tea at the Barnes & Noble on Abernathy. i usually buy from the Used books on Amazon.

6southernbooklady
Editat: juny 6, 2007, 8:01pm

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7southernbooklady
juny 6, 2007, 8:03pm

Independent bookstores in Georgia, at least 9 of which are in Atlanta:

http://www.sibaweb.com/content/view/235/188?state=GA

8rdixon98
ag. 23, 2007, 8:40pm

It's been years since I lived in Atlanta. Is Oxford Books still open on Peachtree? And what about it's sister store, Oxford, Too? I used to go to both several times a week. Oxford, Too was primarily a used book store. I don't check LT too often so if anyone knows whether these great stores are still around feel free to drop me a note to reading@allmail.net.

9jolomo Primer missatge
des. 25, 2007, 2:32pm

Unfortunately the Oxfords are all closed except the small comic store that used to be below Too (it moved over to Piedmont just south of Pharr). I really miss Oxford :(

A Capella moved over to Moreland Ave (by Savage pizza) but remains a great little store 4 stars. The store on Highland mentioned above (Atlanta Book Exchange) has also moved; it's now across the street from Manuel's Tavern and has at least twice the space so books are no longer all over the floors 3 1/2 stars. A relative newcomer, Eagle Eye, at N. Decatur and Clairmont is worth a visit but the small antiquarian shop in the back called Hole in the Wall is excellent 5 stars.

Atlanta Book Exchange 5 stars is still across from PDK airport and Book Nook 3 stars moved to North Druid Hills Rd.

For new books, check out the new Wordsmiths in Decatur on Trinity (across the street from Twains).

10continental_drifter
abr. 5, 2008, 10:41pm

I wanted to share the cutest little independent bookstore in downtown Woodstock--the Foxtale Book Shoppe. The web address is www.foxtalebookshoppe.com Enjoy!

11JISimpson
maig 8, 2008, 12:20pm

Atlanta Book Exchange
1000 N Highland Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30306-3518
Phone: (404) 872-2665

There used to be a resident blind cat that would invariably walk into my shin when I visited. So sweet.

Jim

12Frostfire
jul. 24, 2008, 12:16pm

I like the Book Nooks in Decatur (North Druid Hills at Clairmont) and in Marietta (Roswell Road a mile east of the Big Chicken). I still buy a lot of my books online, locating them via addall.com.

13Trai
oct. 25, 2009, 9:40am

Unless I am shopping for a book by a favorite author or killing time, I just hit GoodWills on a weekend morning with my son. Gets me a weird but wide selection of books at incredible prices while letting my husband sleep-in.

Also it allows me to buy inexpensive crafting supplies (often unused or upcycled from something odd) frames, shelves & toys while ensuring that my family's materialism is supporting the reuse of existing goods rather than unnecessarily increasing demands for production.

14jasbro
gen. 12, 2010, 6:01pm

Eagle Eye (N Decatur @ Clairmont), A Capella (Moreland Ave in Little 5), and Tall Tales (Toco Hills) have always been fantastic. Also, Books Again (Decatur), Little Shop of Stories (also Decatur), Bound to be Read (Flat Shoals in E Atlanta), and Atlanta Vintage Books (Clairmont Rd in Chamblee). Unfortunately, they're all too far from Buckhead. I guess iPods & Kindles have taken over that market. Is Atlanta Book Exchange still on N Highland? I'd appreciate any updates y'all care to give. Thanks!

15irrhapsodi
març 2, 2010, 4:55pm

Atlanta Book Exchange is on N. Highland, across the street from Manuel's Tavern. I was there a few months ago, and impressed by the space and how packed it was with books.

16bead-nut
ag. 15, 2010, 11:37am

Nice new/used bookstore in East Atlanta Village -- Bound to Be Read Books. Super nice owners. They can get you nearly any book you want in under three days! Support your local book store!!!

They have readings, book groups, a writers group, etc. AND, they are open late - till 11 on weekends.

17GypsyJon
gen. 10, 2011, 4:57pm

Eagle Eye at Clairmont and N.Decatur is a good one.

18mallinje
abr. 12, 2011, 10:18pm

It's not really a book store but I can still get A LOT of books. I go to Georgia State University which allows me to borrow any book from any state-run college in the state. I almost feel overwhelmed with all the books I want to read before I graduate.

19Quixada
jul. 19, 2011, 10:24am

I go to used bookstores around the ATL area almost every weekend. If there is a book I especially want and cannot find it I will use www.alibris.com (where used bookstores all over the country sell books). That way I am still supporting used bookstores and not corporate monster bookstores.