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Are there any big name book stores like Borders or Barnes and Noble on ST Croix?

Or is there only small 'mom and pop' book stores?

Cheers in advance for a response.

Topic starter Posted : January 12, 2009 1:58 am
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Just small book stores though pretty good ones
and there's always Amazon

Posted : January 12, 2009 2:55 am
A Davis
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I always buy locally when I can. I only go online if someone gives me a gift card or if my local store cannot find something. Dockside books on St. Thomas (Havensite) does special orders and they will call you when it arrives. They also have a program that gives you store credit for buying so many books. Sschweet!

Posted : January 12, 2009 3:23 am
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I second Anita - when I lived on the island my brother and I bought hundreds of books at Dockside. Despite many being destroyed/sold, I still have quite a few of them, but they have mostly moved over for my library of computer related books.

Posted : January 12, 2009 6:25 am
Linda J

On STX we have 2 bookstores, Treasure Attic downtown and the bookstore in Gallows Bay - can't think of the name. There may also be an education supply store that has books.

And, of course, the animal shelter flea market, my personal favorite.

Posted : January 12, 2009 6:48 am
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The store in Gallows Bay is called Undercover Books located right next to Anna's Cafe. They have a great selection (much better than in years past), the staff makes really good recommendations and they do special orders as well. They only charge $1 per book for shipping (much cheaper than Amazon). Undercover also has a decent selection of used books and you can bring in yours for credit towards buying used books. I always buy my books locally now that I have found a good bookstore!

Posted : January 12, 2009 10:03 am

Treasure Attic only deals in paperbacks.
The people are very nice, but the place seems dingy as compared to Undercover, which is very bright and clean.

Posted : January 12, 2009 1:58 pm
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