Browse. Relax. Enjoy. Black River Books.

 

Welcome to Black River Books, an independently owned and operated quality used bookstore, designed to offer a pleasant browsing experience in a relaxed atmosphere. Over 40 thousand books occupying over 2000 square feet of space and covering a broad range of subjects are arranged on well-labeled shelves. Two walls of windows bring in plenty of natural light. Comfortable chairs afford a place to relax, enjoy a cup of coffee, tea or cocoa, or to examine possible purchases. Black River Books welcomes children with a room furnished for them. This room also houses the cooking and gardening books, so moms or dads can browse while the little ones are entertained.


 

Although we are primarily used, we do carry some new books: a selection of Michigan books, children's books and books with a local connection, either through topic, author or illustrator.

We, Dick and Pam, welcome you to Black River Books. We hope you find our store a comfortable place to hunt for a special book for yourself, a friend or a family member. Perhaps it's also a place to meet a friend or find a new one. Sometimes it's a place to get a dog fix from our resident Labradoodle, Booker. Whatever brings you to our store, we hope you enjoy your visit, tell your friends about us and come again.

Musical Performance and Book Signing Saturday, December 8, 2:00 - 4:00pm

Michigan-based Mike Struwin, singer/songwriter and seasoned preformer is now a published author. His delightful and well illustrated book is about a creative and adventurous boy who loves music and hates chores. The book includes a free download for Mike's accompanying music. Mike will be at Black River Books Saturday, December 8 from 2:00 - 4:00 pm. His music performance will be from 2:30 - 3:15. Come and meet Mike before or after the performance and pick up a signed copy of this talented man's book.

  Here's Mike

  Performing.

Black River Books Hosted Two South West Michigan Authors of Children's Books for WOW
Saturday November 10 to meet and greet customers and sign their books. Fenn Valley wine was served along with a lovely spread of sausages, cheeses, pita and crackers from Taste.

Laurie Keller's Potato Pants is her newest book. Amy Young's "A Unicorn Named Sparkle's First Christmas" is Amy Young's newest book. Both authors were at Black River Books for WOW. Their earlier books will also be available, and there are still signied copies of both.

Children's Book With Virtual

Reality Free Download 

 
        

 

Book Signing was Saturday,

September 1st

Peedee Adams, author and illustrator of "The Journey of Emma the Tattooed Ostrich," both wrote and illustrated the book. We still have signed copies available.    

 

 

New Purchase of Books

We are always buying more books, year around, so there is something new all the time. Stop in and check it out! 

Oct. - Dec. Hours

Sun: - 1pm - 5pm 

Mon: - 11am - 5pm

Tue: - Closed

Wed: - Closed

Thur: - 11am - 5pm

Fri & Sat: - 11am - 6pm

 

 

 

 

 

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Kid's Books

Our Kid's Room houses an ever changing array of used kids and young adult books. Come check it out. The Booker & Dewey Corner has “Something to Chew On” with the dog's favorite New Kid's Books. 

Booker & Dewey's Corner

Peter Ferry's Old Heart

Pete Ferry, travel writer for the Chicago Tribune, is a local summer resident. His second novel, Old Heart, came out last May. Since then we have sold over 250 copies. We, Pam and Dick, both loved the book. So did the Chicago Writers Association. They voted Old Heart Novel of the Year 2015. If your book club buys Old Heart Pete will come to your club. We have signed copies of it and of Pete's first novel, Travel Writing.

 

Travels with Gannon & Wyatt

New to Us Adventure Series

     6 Different Books on

     6 Different Adventures

From Africa to the South Pacific these Twin Brothers have traveled to all corners of the globe. Their real-life expeditions provide the foundation for these educational and action-packed adventure books: Botswana, Great Bear Rain Forest, Egypt, Greenland, and Ireland and now Hawaii.

    Here are the books