From Charles Dickens to Danielle Steel, used bookstores offer more options than you can imagine. Even better, you’ll pick up your next read at a price that puts Amazon and Barnes & Noble to shame.
5 Best Brighton Book Sales
Brighton, Michigan, and the surrounding area have no shortage of used and rare book shops. Here are five of our favorites.
This shop doesn’t have a website or Facebook page, but it does have a friendly, helpful staff that can help you navigate through the thousands of books. Reviewers have described it as quaint and nicely organized.
Each fall and spring, the Friends of the Brighton District Library hosts a book sale to raise funds for library programming, equipment, and services. The next sale is scheduled for mid-October.
This shop was described by one Facebook fan as “cute, quaint, and nostalgic … a literary aficionado’s dream.” The store caters to everyone from casual readers to those in search of antiquarian tomes.
This shop offers more than 70,000 titles, including rare, used, and antiquarian books. Prices range from 50 cents to many thousands of dollars, proving that you never know quite what you’ll find at this one-of-a-kind book store.
This independent book store is as well known for its events as it is for the books it offers. Book readings and signings are held frequently, including a Sept. 20 book signing with Ann Arbor author Lillian Li.
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