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Best Bookstore

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1. The Twig Book Shop
200 E Grayson, Ste. 124, (210) 826-6411,

SA has some great used bookstores, but when it comes to new titles, especially from small presses, head to the Twig. A favorite stop off for visiting writers, The Twig provides discerning readers of all ages with fiction, poetry, and non-fiction classics and new releases, paying special attention to Texas authors and presses — their expanding Texana collection is not to be missed. Check their calendar for book signings by national names and local favorites. Children are appreciated too; Miss Anastasia’s Storytime offers Friday morning activities for little ones.

2. Nine Lives Books
4907 NW Loop 410, Ste. 102,
(210) 647-5656,

3. Imagine Books and Records
8373 Culebra, Ste. 201B, (210)

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