• Idlewild books New york
  • Idlewild specializes in travel guides and foreign-language books. Since opening in 2008, David Del Vecchio, a former United Nations press officer, has been stocking his charming Flatiron district bookstore with literature centered on departure. Fans of foreign children’s books will find a thorough selection of Asterix, The Adventures of Tintin, and Madeline, which definitely makes Idlewild a must- stop for all Francophile New Yorkers. They also… More info
    12 West 19th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10011
  • Rizzoli New york
  • Rizzoli has finally arrived on Broadway. The New York institution shuttered its famed 57th Street location only to reinvent and reopen in a historic building in Manhattan's NoMad neighborhood. Since its establishment in 1964, the bookstore has risen to the forefront of independent booksellers, specializing in illustrated volumes of photography, art, fashion, design, gourmet food and gardening. In addition to this visually stunning selection… More info
    1133 Broadway, Manhattan, New York, NY 10010
  • Books of wonder New york
  • Books of Wonder, the bookstore owned by Peter Glassman, has become the city’s oldest and largest independent children’s bookshop. Glassman, who has been working around books one way or another since he was 15, describes himself as having an “Old World idea of courtesy,” going above and beyond to make sure his customers are happy. The lovely and colorful store, which is as welcoming to children as to their parents, arranges books alphabetically… More info
    18 West 18th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10011
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