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Printed Matter

A nonprofit bookstore offering a wide range of books, zines and objects—all written and designed by artists—as well as education services, publishing opportunities, fairs and other programming.

Pryor-Johnson Rare Books

Volumes from the 16th through the 21st century, many in fine leather bindings, fill the shelves of this antiquarian bookseller, which specializes in signed modern first editions, photography, books about books, fine press and Beat literature.

By appointment only

Rizzoli Bookstore

This iconic bookstore has wallpaper by Fornasetti and dark wood shelves filled with illustrated art books, plus nonfiction, children's books and newspapers.

St. Mark's Bookshop

New arrivals constantly replenish the shelves at this East Village staple, which also hosts literary events.

starbright

An independent book shop offering six floors of old, hard-to-find, antiquarian books, prints, autographs and maps.

Strand Bookstore

New, used, out-of-print and rare books are housed in this legendary literary warehouse, which also hosts book signings and readings. On fair weather days, there is also a kiosk open in Central Park on 60th St. & Fifth Ave.

Swann Auction Galleries

A family-owned auction house specializing in rare and antiquarian books and works on paper.

 

 

The Cooper Shop at the Jewish Museum

This shop carries reproductions, books, exhibition catalogs, jewelry, posters, notecards, video and audio cassettes, and books, toys and games for children.

WHERE Traveler® Books + More

The WHERE Traveler® Bookstore was designed with the environment in mind. Instead of selling disposable bottles of water, the store provides a water filling station that offers cool, clean drinking water for free to all T5 visitors. For travelers who want to reduce their own environmental impact, the store sells reusable water bottles decorated with travel themes. The sustainability focus of the WhereTraveler Books + More retail store fits directly with T5, where JetBlue began an innovative composting program this summer.

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