Find Something to Read at Independent Bookstores Nearby

Stop by these independent bookstores nearby to find a great new read!

Whether you enjoy reading Shakespeare or the latest bestsellers, finding the right book is part of the experience. If you want an eclectic selection, curated recommendations, or group events, head to one of these independent bookstores nearby where you’ll find a varied selection and unparalleled service.

 

Pages Bookshop

Nestled in Detroit’s historic Grandmont Rosedale neighborhood, Pages Bookshop is proud to serve the community through books, discussion events, and workshops. Owner Susan Murphy graduated from Northwestern University with a master’s in Library and Information Science and states that as a child, reading the Grapes of Wrath and Little Women had a big impact on her. She gets to know her customers on a personal level, and she orders books she believes they’ll enjoy. Also, a friendly cat named Pip greets all visitors.

 

Source Booksellers

Source Booksellers offers a unique selection of non-fiction books that enhance your life and lifestyle. Owner Janet Webster is a retired educator who worked for forty years for the Detroit Public Schools. Then she opened the shop in 1989. To keep up with demand, Janet moved to a larger location eleven years later and encourages everyone to come in and discover her hand-selected books.

Throughout the year, Source Booksellers also offers in-store book events and classes such as tai chi and chair yoga.

 

John K. King Used & Rare Books

Called one of Business Insider’s “World’s Best Bookstores,” John K. King Used & Rare Books stocks an impressive one million books. John King established his first shop here in Dearborn before relocating to Detroit’s Theatre Building. He quickly outgrew that location, and today, the store calls W. Lafayette Blvd. home. Through hard work and dedication, John has built a reputation among book lovers that speaks for itself. The staff is glad to help everyone find the perfect choice, and genres include mystery, biography, and mythology.

In addition to these bookstores, Fairlane Woods is also near enticing restaurants and an array of museums. If you’re looking for a cool place to curl up with a new book, check out these local restaurants with extravagant hot cocoas on their menus. To call our community home, please contact our leasing agents who would love to show you all we have to offer firsthand.

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