Andover Books to relocate; the bookstore inspired by Jeff-Kinney; a Seattle store goes on the block; the California store taking on Iranian censors; and more.
Massachusetts Bookstore on the Move: Andover Books, which is more than 200 years-old, is making a move across the street from their 50 year old location.
Washington Booksellers Inspired by Author: The owners of Redmond's new Brick & Mortar Books were inspired to open their bookstore after reading that the author Jeff Kinney had opened his own.
Seattle Mystery Bookstore Up for Sale: When Elliott Bay Bookstore moved out of Pioneer Square, sales dropped at the mystery bookseller. Today, the decades old store is for sale.
California Bookstore Takes on Iran's Censors: Ketab Corporation is a Persian bookstore in Los Angeles that sells books otherwise censored in Iran and some have trickled back to Tehran.
New York City Bookstore Teases Customers with a Glimpse: The forthcoming Queens Bookshop is giving customers a "sneak peek" into the store this weekend.
Illinois Bookseller Dies: Roger Carlson, whose Bookman's Alley bookstore in Evanston was featured as a setting in the novel The Time Traveler’s Wife, has died. He was 89.
Nebraska Gets a New Mobile Bookstore: The Dundee Book Company is a mobile bookstore that has opened in Omaha.