American Booksellers Association

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The American Booksellers Association was founded in 1900 as a not-for-profit trade organization. It's members are independently owned brick and mortar bookstores. The ABA advocates for its members through education, information dissemination, business products and services, and advocacy. ABA not only seeks to protect and promote the interests of independent retail book businesses, but actively works to protect the First Amendment rights of every American. The ABA supports free speech, literacy, and promotes and supports independent bookstores. The American Booksellers Association maintains its headquarters in White Plains, New York. The association also hosts the annual ABA Convention in conjunction with BookExpo America each spring. To find out more about ABA visit their website at Visit American Booksellers Association online

hello again books

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COCOA, Florida, United States

hello again books is a new and used bookstore located in historic Cocoa Village, in Cocoa Florida, offering new books, used books, and gift items. We LOVE books. ALL the books! We take pride in offering quality used books at…

I Cannot Live Without Books

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West Dennis, Massachusetts, United States

I Cannot Live Without Books is a bricks and mortar store located in West Dennis, Massachusetts (Cape Cod). We inventory new, overstocks, and used, but only sell new and overstocks on line.

Tolerbooks, LLC

McKinney, Texas, United States

We are a family owned bookstore selling new and used books. Our main purpose is to make books affordable to everyone who wants them. We support literacy programs for adults and children both locally and through the Kids Need to…

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White Rose Books & More

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Kissimmee, Florida, United States

In 2015, Erin started her journey into online retail by opening a bookmark shop on Etsy called BibliophilePrints. In 2020 she moved to the Orlando area and reimagined her now much bigger business as an independent bookstore. She knew she…