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Looking to liven up your next dinner party? Have a book exchange - invite friends over for a nice dinner, and tell them to bring a new or used book. It'll be sure to spark some literary discussion!


Used Book Browsing Bootie in Brown

Taking on your city like a tourist, you traipse these Rocket Dog ankle boots up and down the boulevard, letting each storefront invite you in. The brown faux-leather uppers and elasticized side gores of this pull-on pair remains perfectly comfortable as you mosey into the book exchange and get lost in vintage storylines!

Battery Park Book Exchange - Peruse thousands of books in dozens of categories while sipping a fine wine or Champagne. We purchase used books from our customers so our selection is constantly expanding. Enjoy your drink alongside a cheeseboard with local cheeses.

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Battery Park Book Exchange & Champagne Bar - Yes, you read that right. Champagne and books. Not to mention this cozy interior will have you in a magical mental vacation for hours on end. Wander through the maze of bookshelves and pick up a good read for an afternoon well spent.

"Create a word-filled home by stocking up on books, magazines, newspapers and writing materials. Try to designate a reading area and encourage everyone to use it." A great idea for people who have the time, space, and money to do this - many families don't. One school I worked at had a book exchange - teachers scoured thrift stores for books, asked families to bring gently used books to school - all were set out on tables for families to swap and share. Helps build literacy without spending…


Destination: The Dollar Book Exchange

The Dollar Book Exchange...this is a fabulous opportunity to find gently used books from all genres and for all ages. Go to to keep updated on their upcoming new location.

Reading Tree is a non-profit organization with a mission to provide books to disadvantaged families in the markets we serve. We accept all types of books and support literacy with our sustainable model of reuse, recycling and fund-raising. Reading Tree is committed to keep millions of usable books out of our nation's landfills.