Eight Charming Independent Book Shops on Cape Cod

Here are eight cozy, quaint, book filled shops any bookworm will fall in love with. For more, be sure to check out CapeCod.com’s Cape Eye on Books series with Cape author Anne LeClaire, highlighting a different book store and literary picks each month.

Titcomb Books, Sandwich

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This family owned, independent book shop is loacted at 432 Route 6A. The book store has multiple levels, as well as a section with gifts and games.

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  1. Gerry Beetham says:

    You left out Isaiah Thomas Books in Cotuit.

  2. How do you leave out Where the Sidewalk ends in Chatham? It puts the cramped space of Yellow Umbrella to shame.

  3. Kitzi Dewey says:

    What about Eight Cousins in Falmouth?

  4. Doug Bingham says:

    PARNASSUS BOOKS is simply the VERY BEST Book Shop on Cape Cod

  5. Jeanne Rezek says:

    What about Reed’s Book Shop in Harwich?

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