Ten of the Coziest Bookstores in the United States

We love small Indie and Independent bookstores. If you’ve seen the film You’ve Got Mail, you will know exactly what we’re talking about!  The cozy atmosphere is welcoming and almost magical for booklovers.   There is something amazing about holding a book (instead of an e-reader).   Whether it’s a newly arrived book, or one that has been on shelves for years, there is just something about the smell of a book and its’ pages.

We recently dove into our directory and searched the coziest bookstores we have listings for.  Here, in no particular order, are ten of our favorite small bookshops across the United States!

Wild Rumpus Books – Located in Minneapolis, Minnesota


Left Bank Books – Located in St. Louis, Missouri


City Lights Bookstore – Located in Sylva, North Carolina


The King’s English Bookshop – Located in Salt Lake City, Utah


Maple Street Book hop – Located in New Orleans, Louisiana


South Congress Books – Located in Austin, Texas


Baldwin’s Book Barn – Located in West Chester, Pennsylvania


The Mysterious Bookshop – New York City, New York


Myopic Bookstore – Chicago, Illinois


Capitol Hill Books – Washington, D.C.


We think we have a pretty good list, but we know there are many more! Do you have one where you live? Make sure to let us know in the comments! We would love to add them to our list!

To check out more of our listings, visit us at www.Zappenin.com.

Recently Updated Listings – Granville, Newark & Heath, Ohio


Below is a list of businesses that have been recently added or updated on Zappenin from the Granville, Newark & Heath, Ohio area.  If you know these businesses, please visit the listing and leave a review.

If you own a business not on this list, or not in the Zappenin Social Yellow Pages at all, please suggest it here for inclusion.

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Many yellow page websites litter every page with advertisements… 3, 4, 5 or more on each page. It makes it hard to find the information amidst all of the clutter.  Here at Zappenin, there is at most one (1) advertisement on each webpage.  We don’t want Zappenin to end up looking like Las Vegas.