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Support Us Phoenix's independent source of local news and culture. The joy of reading a good book comes from, among other things, the feeling of community.
Bookstores facilitate this ongoing cycle, and are thriving in spite of the digital age. Thankfully, Phoenix has some good ones.
We explored numerous independent bookstores across the Valley and, though each one may have a treasure hidden somewhere, we've narrowed the offerings down to 13 of our absolute favorites. Each shop specializes in its own specific stock list and general atmosphere.
But mainly, each one makes us want to empty our wallets and retreat to a quiet cozy place to read. As you peruse each one, be sure to ask the owners and booksellers what their favorite item in the store is.
They will surely have a good story for you. Book Gallery Book Gallery is an antique bookstore that specializes in rare copies of books from the biggest names in literature. The store, located in Arcadia, sells first editions and ed copies of all your high school English teacher's favorites, including extremely limited early copies of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, works from Richard Feynman and Philip K. Dick, and a beautifully crafted Dumas collection.
Most items are in pristine condition and are meant to be collected. A sister Book Gallery is located in Mesa in what used to be a movie theater. Both locations have been around for close to 30 years. At its Camelback location, the store carries tons of books sold at a percentage of what their competition charges. The store Bookstores tempe az collectibles, classics, cheesy romance novels, and everything in between. And, as if you needed another reason to support an area bookstore, the store has participated in the Million Book Donation Project and the Half Pint Library Book Drive.
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