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Doylestown Bookshop, Doylestown

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  • From the outside, it looks small, but once inside, it goes on and on. Doylestown Bookshop is a really cute bookshop with that small town feel. We loved the vibes in here- very friendly workers, relaxe...  more »
  • Now that most book stores have folded it is rare to find such a great bricks and mortar book store. They have a good selection and are knowledgeable and helpful when looking for something specific. I ...  more »
  • At a time when books can be found with a keystroke, a real shop gives reason to browse and touch. The shop offers an broad choice of tittles and unique thoughtful gifts. The most exciting part of your...  more »
  • Nice locally owned bookstore with a great selection of books of all sorts, magazines, cards, and unique gifts. Staff is very friendly too, I always discover cool books with their staff recommendation lists! One of the best reasons to visit Dolyestown, PA
  • It is a quaint shop with a little playing area for children. It is wheelchair accessible from the back of the store.
  • Glenda and her staff are just fantastic and offer a fantastic shop right in the middle of town. Book club gives you a great sense of community and allows you to get out once a month.
  • This is always a place I stop by when visiting my parents. Growing up in Dtown and going to a CB school, it was easy to get my summer reading books each year--they were always stacked right in the main area, ready to be ransacked by teens and tweens of the like. I was even here at Midnight Madness, awaiting with most of my family for the last Harry Potter book to come out so we could buy our copy. I've seen this place changed around over the years, but I do think that it has been all for the better. Sure, they will not have all the books that a B&N has (but do B&Ns even have everything you want? No.), but I would rather support a local bookstore than the larger chains, without a doubt.
  • Local bookstore with a very large selection. Employees even have their own recommendation lists. One of the stores that make downtown Doylestown great.