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    Re: Where do you buy books?

    I go to the library a lot..but if I read a book that I really like and want for my collection then nine times out of ten I order it from Amazon...between the price and the free shipping..it can't be beat. I stock up on books at yard sales..etc.

    All that being said..there's nothing like going into a Borders store and browsing the books.
     
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    Re: Where do you buy books?

    theres also   treesavers books in franklin mass

    391 west central street

    508-528-1410

     
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    Re: Where do you buy books?

    I am a teacher, so I am always looking for children's books.  I have never seen a store with more children's books at better prices than Park Street Books in Medfield.  It is well laid out and the employees are really helpful.
     
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    Re: Where do you buy books?

    I mostly use the library or buy books at the Centervile library's used bookstore for 50 cents to a dollar.  Great selection.  I sometimes read classics on Gutenberg they have lots of old and quirky stuff.
     
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    Believe it or not: A New Independent Bookshop!

    A new bookshop opened quietly this month in West Boylston. It's of some small comfort to see a new shop open just as we witnessed the sad closing of the Ben Franklin bookshop in Worcester this summer. The new store is Beech Tree Place Bookstore at 9 Maple St, W. Boylston, MA.
     
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    Re: Where do you buy books?

    There's a small shop next to Hunt's Photo and Ace Tickets in Kenmore Square across from Barnes & Noble

    They always had great, obscure political books that I liked
     

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