|36 Years buying & selling Used, Rare & Scarce books in real time... Hardcover and Softcover / paperback|
Over 90,000 Books
New Stock On Hand
WE BUY BOOKS & LIBRARIES SELECTIVELY. - House Calls Made. - We purchase quality classic books from multiple genres (Hardcover and Paperback, Modern, Fine Binding, Scarce, Rare and general interest). We travel regularly around the State of Michigan purchasing books. Other Midwest cities are not out of reach to purchase quality stock. A quality book is a resalable book (hardback or paperback) to which must be factored in author, title, topic, demand, edition, and especially important is CONDITION. Bookshop Pics Below
DO YOURSELF A FAVOR - WHEN HAULING BOOKS TO US - IT IS ADVISABLE TO TELEPHONE OR E-MAIL TO INSURE A BUYER IS IN.
1940's Above, 21st Century Below
for MECOSTA BOOK GALLERY / WIZARDS BOOKSHELF
180 W. Main
|WHY WEEKENDS ONLY?
Why Weekends Only? After over 35 years buying and selling Used and Out of Print books in REAL-TIME, we find the need to take extra time for reading, writing, arithmetic, correspondence, home repair and other endeavors. When we are not driving around the state buying GOOD BOOKS - by appointment (which we are every week) we will occasionally be open during the week by chance, and also by appointment; more-so during warmer months; Call or Email or Facebook message us to see if we are open on a weekday – we will do our best to reply as quickly as possible... NOTE: Our phone does not accept text-messages. See you on the weekends and sometimes in-between!
We are next door to a busy Party Store (Pizza, Beer, Subs etc.) - and a superb modern public library facility, a Post Office across the Street, two Gas Stations with stores, a Hardware on Main Street, Auto Repair and a barbershop. Mecosta is also home to the Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal. Main Street Mecosta is busy Michigan Route M-20 between TWO College Towns (Ferris and Central Michigan University)Back to Top
is, when correctly interpreted, in one sense the divine
perceived or seen by Self,"
(K.H., MAHATMA LETTERS #59, 1883)