Denver, Colorado, United States
We are offering a 50% off sale on all our stock.
We deal strictly online and have approximately 34,500 Rare, Scarce and Out-of-Print books available. We carry book is most subjects, particularly strong in Childrens, Western Americana - Texas, Colorado, Indians, California, et al, Military -Civil War,World War 1 and 11, Science and Tech - Engineering, Math, Physics, etc, First Editions Fiction, Poetry, Fishing, Hunting, Railroads, Art, Mountaineering, Travel, Geology, et al.
Books Revisited also has a brick-and-mortar store! Visit them in:
St. Cloud, Minnesota, United States
Books Revisited is an independent bookstore located in central Minnesota. We have two retail stores specializing in used and out of print books. We are obsessed with quality, and go to great lengths to accurately describe the book we offer to our online customers.
High-Lonesome Books also has a brick-and-mortar store! Visit them in:
Silver City, New Mexico, United States
Founded in 1986, High-Lonesome Books publishes books on Western Americana, the Great Outdoors (mostly hunting and fishing), and Natural History. In addition to the 35, or so, titles we currently have in print, our paper catalog lists over 1100 titles -- some new, mostly used, rare and out of print -- on the West, Outdoor Sport, Natural History, Country Living and Agriculture, and Adventure Books.
Zoar Books & Gallery also has a brick-and-mortar store! Visit them in:
Rowe, Massachusetts, United States
(From the History of Rowe)The story has it that a man from Boston, in trying to hide out from his wife, came to a beautiful place by a river in Western Massachusetts. He thought this was the end of the earth and his wife would not find him here. He named this place Zoar because it was mentioned in the Bible and it was the last letter in the alphabet. It was the last place in the world where she would look. We are a general used book store located on the banks of the beautiful Deerfield River in Charlemont, MA. You can reach the store by coming north or south on Route 91. Take exit 26 to Rt.2W. Follow Rt.2W for about 18 miles. You will pass through the center of Charlemont. Keep going west through 2 \"S\" curves. At the end of the second \"S\" curve you will come to bridge with an indian head on it. Take the right turn just before the bridge (Zoar Road) and go 2 miles. After you pass a big grey wall on the right you will see a house on the left right after the wall. It\'s a White house with a red barn. Store hours: Wed.-Thurs.(10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) Fri.-Sun. (10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.) Closed for the Winter (November 1st to April 15th)