Post - Renovation & 2 shameless plugs

Can it really be February already? Please come by and see the new shelves! We replaced bookshelves on 2 walls and we have added rolling carts in the front of the store in order to have our much – longed for events. Which brings us to the next topic: please look at the new calendar on the website. Who knew we had so much happening here? We have a Crafter’s Group meeting here on Tuesdays, 2 Regular Story Times, African American Literary Celebration Starring Joyce Greer as Harriet Tubman, Be a Tourist in Your Home Town Starring Scott Davis of Tellin’ Tales and Open Mic Nites! (That is just the beginning…. *insert scary laugh*) Also we would like to make 2 shameless publicity plugs: The first: “The Guy Who Lives Upstairs” AKA M. Wisinioski, is having an art show at Café Phoenix. The opening is on Feb. 21, 7 PM. Please come support this talented local artist and bookstore resident. SECOND: The Full Belly Project, our favorite local non-profit (Home of the Peanut Sheller invented by the brilliant love of my life, Jock Brandis) has their annual fundraiser coming up on February 22nd. ( Tickets are (of course) available at Old Books on Front St.

Thank you to everyone for your help and patience during our renovation.

  1. A Wilmington Institution since 1982
  2. Buying Old Books: The ultimate Recycling
  3. Best African American Literature Selection in Town
  4. Extensive Foreign Language Section: Spanish, French, German, Italian, Chinese
  5. The ONLY bookstore in town to deliver!
  6. Paperback Classics at affordable prices (Great for English classes!)
  7. Incredible Judaica Section
  8. Largest selection of scripts and Theatre/Film books in Town
  9. Where else are you going to find a first edition for under $10?
  10. Bibliophiles rock!