List of independent bookstores
Independent bookstores are small bookselling businesses, usually with one or a small number of locations in a limited geographic area. They contrast with corporate or chain bookstores, operated by a larger company, often with many stores across a large area.
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- Aqua Books in Winnipeg, Manitoba (defunct)
- Attic Books in London, Ontario
- Bakka-Phoenix in Toronto, Ontario
- Bison Books in Winnipeg, Manitoba
- Book City in Toronto, Ontario
- The Book Room in Halifax, Nova Scotia was, at the time of its 2008 closing, the oldest bookstore in Canada (defunct)
- Camas Bookstore and Infoshop in Victoria, British Columbia
- Glad Day Bookshop in Toronto, Ontario
- Highway Book Shop near Cobalt, Ontario (defunct)
- Hyman's Book and Art Shoppe, independent Jewish bookstore in Toronto, Ontario (defunct)
- Little Sister's Book and Art Emporium in Vancouver, British Columbia
- McNally Robinson, small independently run chain of stores across Canada
- Mondragon Bookstore & Coffeehouse in Winnipeg, Manitoba (defunct)
- The Monkey's Paw in Toronto, Ontario
- Munro's Books in Victoria, British Columbia
- Spartacus Books in Vancouver, British Columbia
- This Ain't the Rosedale Library in Toronto, Ontario (defunct)
- Toronto Women's Bookstore in Toronto, Ontario (defunct)
- The Word Bookstore in Montreal
- Sefer ve Sefel, Jerusalem
See List of independent bookstores in Taiwan
- An Ceathrú Póilí in Belfast
- Arthur Probsthain in London
- Barter Books in Alnwick Station, Northumberland
- Blackwell's in Oxford
- Compendium Books in London
- Daunt Books in London
- Stanfords in London
- "Review: A Different Bookstore, Dymocks, La Solidaridad, Filipino Bookstore". The Philippine Inquirer. October 13, 2001.
- "Solidaridad: A Gem of a Bookstore". wheninmanila.com. March 18, 2014.
- "Singapore's best independent bookstores". Travelfish.
- "BooksActually twists plot to create success". The Straits Times. March 14, 2012. Archived from the original on February 16, 2015 – via stclassifieds.sg.