NewPages Guide to
Indie Bookstores in Washington
The best list of independent Washington bookstores
We've been here in beautiful downtown Anacortes since 1989, selling new books―bestsellers, old favorites, classics and more esoteric titles―as well as a a unique selection of cards, calendars, maps, audio books, and other book-related miscellania.
- City Title Bellingham
- Title Link Henderson Books
- Address 1 116 Grand Ave.
- Phone (360) 734-6855
- Type Used books
The Neverending Bookshop is a general, new and used bookstore ready to help readers find their next favorite book. Customers can also sell books for store credit and attend weekly and monthly events, announced on our website.
Page 2 Books wants to help you find just the right book, for yourself or as a gift. We offer weekly children story time readings, and author events througout the month.
Books aren't dead! If you like to talk books, touch books, smell books and buy books, Vault Books & Brew is your new home. Located in the historic Castle Rock Bank Building, Vault Books & Brew offers both hot off the press as well as a large selection of used books. You can also bring in your books and earn credit for new (and new to you) books.
- City Title Eastsound
- Title Link Darvill's Bookstore
- Address 1 296 Main St.
- Phone (360) 376-2135
- Type New books
- Sidelines Café/Food
- City Title Ephrata
- Title Link The Bookery
- Address 1 1 Basin St. NW
- Phone (509) 754-5321
- Type New books
Bookworm is a new and used bookstore with thousands of titles to choose from. We offer our customers the benefit of in-store credit, used to purchase used books in the store. We also hold many events here including various book groups, the Sagebrush Writer's Guild, story and craft time for the little ones, an adult coloring group, and more. Join us here at the Bookworm!
BookTree is a full service Independent new and used bookstore with author events, poetry readings, bookclubs, workshops, and much more. Owners Mary and Chris are passionate about books and literature and believe bookstores are also important community gathering places that allow the open exchange of ideas.
- City Title Langley
- Title Link Act II Books & Puppets
- Address 1 111 Anthes Ave., Unit B
- Phone (360) 221-4442
- Specialty Children's
- Title Link Moonraker Books
- Address 1 209 1st St.
- Phone (360) 221-6962
- Type New books
- City Title Mill Creek
- Title Link University Book Store
- Address 1 Mill Creek Town Center, 15311 Main St.
- Phone (425) 385-3530 or (866) 341-7323
Used books of all genres including a vast selection of paperbacks, children's, non-fiction, hardcover, and reference. Some new books by local authors and publishers. We give trade credit for books you bring in and your trade credit can be used toward 50% of the purchase price of used books in the store. We accept trades during all business hours.
A charming bookshop in downtown Olympia, WA. Since 1935. We emphasize personal service. Our children's section is an alcove, our poetry section is praised, and we are especially proud of our history and literature sections.
We are the largest independent bookstore in Olympia, Washington, located in the heart of downtown's vibrant shopping district. We stock new and used books, cards, and journals, and are proud to carry many locally-produced items by Olympia artists and craftspeople.
- City Title Poulsbo
- Title Link Liberty Bay Books
- Address 1 18881 D Front St.
- Phone (360) 779-5909
- Type Primarily new with some used books
- Specialty General Interest, Children's, Literary, Mystery, Science Fiction/Fantasy
- Sidelines Coffee/Tea, Gifts, Greeting Cards/Postcards, Toys/Games
- Events Author Signings, Readings
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A community bookstore in Redmond Town Center. Over four thousand square feet of new books, treats, and gifts. Local owners!
Book Larder offers a carefully-selected collection of new, collectible, and imported cookbooks to lovers of food and cooking in Seattle and beyond. We are also a spot to gather for author events, cooking classes, demonstrations, and other food related discussions, both formal and informal.
If you live in or plan to visit the great Pacific Northwest, be sure to visit our very own storefront, simply called the Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery, in the happenin' Seattle neighborhood of Georgetown. The store contains everything Fantagraphics has in print, including exclusive merchandise, plus a selection of the best alternative comics from our fellow publshers and other surprises!
We are an independent general bookstore serving the local community since 1992. We offer a thoughtfully chosen selection of books for all ages, and a surprising depth of inventory that will keep you interested but never overwhelmed.
- City Title Shelton
- Title Link Brilliant Moon
- Address 1 116 W Railroad Ave, Ste 104
- Phone (360) 868-2190
- Type New books
- Sidelines Gifts
We are an independently owned used bookstore that has been in business for over 35 years. Our inventory is comprised of over 100,000 titles of both fiction and nonfiction, organized by category and author to help customers find the books they need. We have reasonably priced used books and our trade policy is one of the best in town. Be sure to stop in during the Garland Street Fair and Free Comic Book Day.
We are a community-centered bookstore with both new and used books in all fields. We have a number of events and book clubs weekly. Plus bookstore cats. Check our website for more information!
We have about 100,000 books in our collection. You name it, we probably have it: romance novels, mystery, self-help, collectibles and even a bunch of old YEAR BOOKS!
At Vashon Bookshop, we have a friendly, experienced staff and an eclectic inventory of new and gently used books with extensive children's and mystery sections. Come browse, read, relax, or play a game of checkers.