From Our Editors
Established over 30 years ago by owner and operator David Spiro and his family, Willow Books furnishes bibliophiles of all ages and interests with used tomes in a variety of genres, including cooking, history, and design. Seven days a week word worms can sell their books or scoop up a buffet of literary goodies generally ranging in price from $10–$40. Art and photography books ($10–$150) nourish hungry souls, and wee literati can get their noses stuck in a collection of children’s books ($1+). A pocket book ($3.50+) allows readers to enjoy on-the-go storytelling without the hassles of riding everywhere in Margaret Atwood’s sidecar. Shoppers can stockpile an arsenal of books by purchasing a trio of selected page-turners for $10, effectively bolstering personal libraries and giving resident ghosts more volumes to knock off of shelves while haunting.