What are the bookworms in your life wishing for this holiday? Whether you’re shopping for a history buff or a comic nerd, an early reader or a voracious consumer, these local bookstores will be able to feed everyone’s love of stories.
The Tiny Bookstore | North Hills and Online
This indie book haven is small but mighty. It boasts being Pittsburgh’s smallest bookstore, but it doesn’t let square footage define it. With an inclusive mission and a focus on independently published books, you are guaranteed to find a gem.
The Gaming Dungeon | Washington
Does one of the readers on your list like some images with their words? The Gaming Dungeon has each week’s comic book releases along with collections, graphic novels and trade paperbacks. Add some cards or games as a stocking stuffer.
The Little Green Bookstore | Harmony and Online
This boutique bookstore specializes in books that are pleasing to the eye as well as the imagination. Find a copy of a new release or a gorgeous hardcover of a life-long favorite.
The Book Case | Connellsville
The Book Case has been selling new and well loved books for over 20 years. From the latest bestsellers to the niche collections, they can recommend books and authors that everyone on your list will love.
The Last Word Bookstore | Lower Burrell
You can tell from the moment you enter that this book shop is run by true book lovers. They know all the new releases, bestsellers, and highly anticipated books that are about to be released. They also stock a lot of local authors and books set in or about Southwestern Pennsylvania.
White Whale Bookstore | Bloomfield and Online
White Whale Bookstore is not only a store with stocked shelves, but they are a meeting place for the exchange of great ideas. Whether you are meeting a friend to flip through the stacks or attending one of their readings, book launches or workshops, a visit is sure to fill your brain!
eQuip Bookstore | Aliquippa
For 7 years, this discount bookstore has been a fixture in Beaver County not only at their brick and mortar location, but in local elementary schools for story time and even free book distribution. If you are looking to free up your shelves to make room for more, they also take donations and buy books.