Top Ten Tuesday | Bookstores I’ve Always Wanted to Visit

For anyone unfamiliar with Top 10 Tuesday, it’s a weekly meme that was created by The Broke and The Bookish and is now being hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. To see more posts on this very topic, please go here.

October 16: Bookstores/Libraries I’ve Always Wanted to Visit

Now, there are so many bookstores that I wanted to visit, most of them are set in the United States but there are also other cities in another part of the world that I would truly love to visit. There are so many bookstores out there and I just can’t pick top ten. 

If there is any bookstore that I didn’t list and think I’d enjoy, please do let me know and I will for sure, add them to the list. 

    1. The Poisoned Pen //  Scottsdale, Arizona
    2. Changing Hands // Phoenix, Arizona
    3. The Strand // New York, NY
    4. Books of Wonder // New York, NY
    5. The Last Bookstore // Los Angeles, California
    6. Powell’s City of Books // Portland, Oregon
    7. Waterstones // London, England
    8. Shakespeare and Company // Paris, France
    9. City Lights Books // San Francisco
    10. Libreria Acqua Alta // Venice
    11. Honesty Bookshop // Hay-on-Wye, Wales
    12. City of Asylum at Alphabet City // Pittsburgh’s North Side
    13. Women & Children First // Chicago, Illinois
    14. Writer’s Block // Las Vegas, Nevada
    15. Twice Sold Tales // Seattle, Washington
    16. Books Are Magic // Brooklyn, New York
    17. Brattle Book Shop // Boston, Massachusetts
    18. Green Apple Books // San Francisco, California
    19. John K. King Used and Rare Books // Detroit, Michigan
    20. Parnassus Books // Nashville, Tennessee
    21. Books & Books // Coral Gables, Florida
    22. Dog Eared Books // San Francisco, California
    23. Politics & Prose // Washington, D.C.
    24. Baldwin’s Book Barn // West Chester, Pennsylvania
    25. Atomic Books // Baltimore, Maryland
    26. Housing Works Bookstore // Manhattan
    27. Elliott Bay Book Company // Seattle, Washington
    28. Tattered Cover Bookstore // Denver, Colorado

4 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday | Bookstores I’ve Always Wanted to Visit

  1. Cassie Winters says:

    I used to live in San Francisco. I don’t remember ever getting to “Dog Eared Books”, but the other two San Francisco locations I remember very fondly. They are wonderful places to have visited. If you ever get the chance to visit them you will not be disappointed. They are wonderfully magical bookstores.

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