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With the regular flea market offerings, this one at Fremont opens its stalls to you every Sunday throughout the year. However, it is closed during the time when the Annual Fremont Street Fair takes place in Summer. Making your way through the crowds, you won't know what treasure you might come across. From Asian footwear and fabric to pretty dresses, you might just strike gold with the hot deals offered here.
This store offers a large selection of Christian-themed books and Bibles. Here you will find everything from Bible storybooks for children to in-depth treatments of religious subjects by classic and contemporary theologists and apologists. You will also find a wide assortment of prayer books, rosaries, cards, scripture plaques and religious artwork at Kaufer's Religious Supplies. The shop has been supplying its patrons with materials to assist their spiritual journey since 1904. Free parking is available. Kaufer's also has a sister store in Spokane, check website for information.
Located in the bookstore-rich University District, this old shop buys and sells general, scholarly and academic used books. Look for complete sets by single authors, encyclopedia sets and other keepsake volumes. Magus Books buys and trades around 1000 used books each week, so it's always a new adventure to see what you can find. The staff will also do a personal search for your desired book if you email them with your request. The shop has specific book buying hours and private libraries and collections by appointment.
Offering cookbooks in all forms from new and used books to collector’s items and books signed by their authors, Book larder has a cookbook for every taste and budget. This culinary bookshop also manages to have great collections of diverse world cuisines as well. Apart from the extensive array of books, you can also participate in culinary events, interact with star chefs, attend book readings or even join a culinary class. If you love reading and learning to cook new recipes, Book Larder is a place you should definitely visit, you won’t be disappointed.
Fremont, which up until 1891 used to be a city in itself, is now a neighborhood of Seattle bordered by others like Queen Anne and Ballard. The statue of Lenin and the Fremont Troll are two of the main attractions of this area, and there is lots more to see and do as well. If you're in the mood to shop, you would definitely like to check out the many, varied stores in the area. The Sunday street market is another highlight of the area.
If you're looking for a particular poet, or a particular book of poems, you'll almost certainly find it at this shop. The friendly owners, Christine Deavel and John Marshall are former editors of the literary journal Fine Madness, and they obviously love poetry. The store hosts readings by local authors regularly. Apart from the regular timings, the store is also open on the first Sunday of every month between 12p and 4p.