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On my first and only visit to the shop, I picked up a $25 item from the used book and paper shelves. When I said I wanted to buy it the owner said she “didn’t feel comfortable selling it” to me so she wanted to...More
Truly sad that this bookshop was closed. We where visiting NOTL for our 10 year wedding anniversary. My heart was set to walk into this bookshop and explore all the good books that I could purchase and read. I'm a fan of reading so it...More
It's lovely to find an old fashioned independent bookstore run by a very knowledgeable local lady. The books themselves are not old, but just browsing around you will find by serendipity something that you must read, or several books. This is impossible to do on...More
We were staying across the street at the Olde Angel Inn and for 2 days watched people trickle in and out of the bookstore from our window.Inside the store has a limited selection but a nice atmosphere/setup though we got a rather cool reception from...More
A very cozy, quiet place with staff who just leaves you to browse. I only went in to check the place, I had no idea what to expect. The selection is mind blowing, the pricing from low/affordable, to high/beyond my pay scale. I don't read...More
This little shop has an amazing collection of books ... classic and new! A visit to this location was the highlight of my visit to Niagara on the Lake. The person in charge was extremely knowledgable and our discussion of Harper Lee was outstanding.
This is a browsing shop. Don't go if you need something specific. But it is a cute place to check out while roaming around town. I did love how most of the books have the plastic wrapping on them like older books use too. And...More
The last thing we need is another book, but the Old Niagara Bookstore did us in--found a book I just had to have. Chatting with the owner about plants and the weather made a nice way to pass the time on a rainy morning and...More