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Local Bookshops

Waterstones

63 Park St, Walsall WS1 1NW, UK – 01922 610922

Waterstones my wife's favourite bookshop. She has brought hundreds of books mostly history books. She would spend hours here looking all over the shop for likely books to buy. Definitely recommend to people of all ages.

I love Waterstones but I'm a bit of a bookaholic, so I try to curb my spending and Waterstones can be expensive. You're sure to find the books you want cheaper elsewhere, but it's a lovely shop. The layout is good, the staff are friendly, there are 2 floors and on the second floor, there are 2 chairs where you can sit down and read. I go in there sometimes and just gawk at the Harry Potter collection and the classics collection and then never end up buying anything but they don't seem to have a problem with it. Would definitely recommend!

southcart books

53B Lower Hall Ln, Walsall WS1 1RL, UK – 07528 144837

Walsalls's only independent bookshop offers a fine cornucopia of reading material, specialising in horror, Sci-fi, fantasy, comics and graphic novels. Browsing is absolutely recommended. Hosts The Poetry Book Society spoken word event on selected Saturdays. Friendly and helpful. Scott and Amy now have a second bookstore at St Paul's at the Crossing for the more religious readers.

Scott and Amy have it all, Stock; Knowledge and Friendliness.

The Works

6-7 Bradford St, Walsall WS1 1NX, UK – 01922 648039

Very helpful friendly staff, always happy to help. Lovely shop to hunt out a bargain. Fantastic range of good value craft and art items as well as a wide range of books.

I would say it is good đź‘Ť it isn't the best but there are a selection of arts and crafts and mostly anything your kid wants

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Amazon's huge online booklist. Site also features music, DVDs, electronic, home and garden items, kitchen gadgets, etc.
You can now rent DVDs online and buy and sell items via the Amazon Marketplace (rather like Ebay).
Excellent city guides, adults and childrens non fiction books from Dorling Kindersley.
The company started up in 1974 and now publishes an extensive range of internationally acclaimed adult and children's titles. The UKs market leader in non-fiction, Dorling Kindersley creates books that offer comprehensive information and good design.
Penguin is a British icon and publishes over 6000 classic and much-loved books as well as new bestsellers including Jamie Oliver, Nick Hornby, Marian Keyes, plus the Rough Guides travel series, Penguin Classic and Puffin, Ladybird, Peter Rabbit and Flower Fairies books for children.
Books from Tescos Online Store
Waterstone’s, the leading specialist high street book retailer, has launched its own online retail website offering a wealth of books and book knowledge and access to expert booksellers from Waterstone’s stores around the country.

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