Toronto Books & Maps
Selling books, gifts, music and more.
Parent Books specializes in a wide range of subjects such as family life, education, therapy and special needs. A few topics in the parenting books section include adoption, bullying and divorce.
Providing two convenient locations, this independent bookseller features an array of special interest titles, fiction, non-fiction, magazines, gift ware and children's selections.
Comics, anime, manga, cards and toys are available at this Leslieville shop, opened everyday except Monday. A wide range of titles are offered and new comics arrive every Wednesday.
Located in the Yonge-Lawrence Village district, this shop specializes in the sale of silver and golden age comics and and modern collections. Graphic novels, gaming supplies, collectibles and comic hero figures are just a sample of the products stocked.
The Comic Room features new releases and around 20,000 back issues of comics. Spider Man, Batman, X-Men and more popular series build up the collection.
Israel's Judaica Centre offers a good assortment of books on Judaism, including adult and children selections. Books are available in English, Hebrew and Yiddish.
At The Paperback Exchange customers can buy works by new and classic authors at half the original cover price. Nora Roberts, Tom Clancy, Stephen King, Charles Dickens and Margaret Atwood are a few of the big name authors customers can find books by.
Murder mysteries, crime stories and a trail of clues and suspects await at the Sleuth of Baker Street. This bookstore carries a comprehensive collection of Canadian, British and American detective and crime fiction.
Serbica Books is a large Serbian bookstore with over 10,000 titles in an assortment of subjects. The store carries a few English books as well.
Selling current and vintage comics and toys.
Pages Books & Magazines is an independent bookstore specializing in the genres of contemporary literature, art, film and photography. Find an extensive selection of books on social sciences and pop and counter culture.
Are you Anime and Manga fans? Then look no further as Cyber City Comix is your local comic shop. Since 1995, they are serving Northern Toronto and the Southern York Region and still growing. They offer the largest selection of comics, Magna, toys, statues, cards and more. They are known for their excellent customer service, fast shopping and cheap prices, as they have a passion for collectibles. They also offer online shopping from a wide range of excellent collection, which comes at a reasonable price. Their online store is just a click away or walks in to get the comic book you want.
This Etobicoke shop features a wide selection of rare and out-of-print books in a wide range of genres. Fiction and non-fiction titles are carried, including books on history, Canadiana, cooking, architecture and sports, to name a few.
TheatreBooks carries a collection of theatre, film, opera and dance books.
New and used books are the specialty of this Riverside shop, which offers a diverse selection of titles, including International bestsellers. Book tracking services are provided and the store also features an on-site literary lounge, available for rental.
Atticus Books' selection covers a wide range of academic disciplines. History, Mathematics, Medieval and Renaissance Studies and more areas make up the store's well rounded collection.
Established in 1970, Glad Day Bookshop has been serving the lesbian and gay community ever since. The store offers an extensive selection of lesbian and gay literature, videos and more products.
This shop specializes in alternative, electronica, jazz, reggae, lounge, Afrobeat, and other new and used CDs. A variety of books can also be purchased here. Open seven days a week.
This Catholic shop is operated by Pauline Sisters and Laity and offers a variety of Catholic books, cassettes, CDs, music, videos, and software in both English and Spanish.
This specialty shop features an extensive inventory of Federal publications, maps and charts. Government-issued publications on Canadian economic policies, social issues, history, taxation, demographics and immigration are just some of the titles available.
At Hairy Tarantula Comics and Cards Ltd customers can find their favourite manga and graphic novels. The store also has games, such as Dungeons and Dragons.
Established in 1893, Britnell Books is a popular small bookstore. The store's shelves are packed with books on a variety of interesting subjects.
Books For Business' collection takes in a multitude of business subjects. Management, leadership and more important skills are covered.
Snow Lion offers meditation supplies, Buddhas, books, CDs, organic teas, malas, ritual supplies, incense and more.
Bibliophiles have been flocking to Book City since the 1970s for new titles, magazines and good bargains. Five locations across Toronto.
Situated in the heart of the Danforth, this used book shop carries an extensive inventory of fiction and non-fiction titles. Previously-enjoyed CD's and DVD's are also available.
Books, magazines, audio and DVD's on conspiracy theories from around the world are showcased at this specialty book shop. Topics available include books on aliens, religion, secret societies, politics and ancient civilizations, to name a few.
Book lovers will be inspired by the vast selection of titles available at this national chain store, which in addition to books, also features an impressive choice of music, magazines, gifts and unique lifestyle products.
The alternative, spiritual and metaphysical boutique bookshop of downtown Toronto -one block south of St. Lawrence Market. Books, gifts, and more! Signings, workshops, circles, art shows, oracle readings, talks, classes and courses. Mondays - Saturdays, 11am to 8pm. Closed Sundays.
The Cookbook Store is the home of food and wine aficionados, offering a huge selection of culinary books and magazines. Events held onsite include several book signings by popular chefs and writers.
The magic of the surroundings, the quality of reading material, and the assortment of subjects beckon young readers to visit again and again. Special events and programs are held regularly, including readings by renowned authors and other personalities.
Reminiscent of an English library, the luxurious couches, warm fireplace and ladders on wheels provide an inviting atmosphere for book browsing. The selection of literature includes fictional works, art publications and children's books.
Located in downtown Toronto, this independent Canadian bookstore offers a variety of business and environmental literature.
This Roncesvalles Village shop features an impressive selection of new, used and rare book titles. A comprehensive collection of genres and first edition signed titles are featured.
Antique books, maps and prints from the 15th to the 19th century are showcased at this specialty shop, which also offers product appraisals, conservation services, restorations and cleaning.
Providing a free service for Toronto Post-Secondary students to buy, sell or exchange their used books online.
Located in the heart of downtown, this comics shop features an extensive selection of anime, manga, back issues and comic-related merchandise. The shop also is host to an array of special events, including guest appearances by industry personalities.
Caversham Booksellers' collection focuses on mental health. Anxiety, depression, divorce and more difficult matters are covered.
Although Koota Ooma is known for their large collection of Ukrainian children's books the store also has a variety of Ukrainian books for adults. Fun Ukrainian toys, CDs and DVDs complete the store's selection.
Selling posters, videos, books and more.
A Different Booklist focuses on literature from Africa, the Caribbean, Asia and Latin America. The store features a large selection of children's books.
David Mason Books' stock features between 60,000 to 70,000 books. History, 18th century literature, essays and more topics are included in the store's collection, which features many first and special edition books.
This used book shop specializes in antiquarian and out-of-print selections, including fine arts books, maps, photography titles and books on design. Select fine art pieces are also featured.
This Danforth shop specializes in used books, CD's, DVD's and vinyl. The shop's hours of operation are Monday to Saturday from 12pm to 7pm and Sunday from 12pm to 6pm.
Specialty books and resources on advertising and design are featured at this downtown shop. Assorted gift ware, toys and collectibles are also available.
Books, curiosities and unusual items are showcased at this eclectic shop, which features an array of used, rare books, out-of-print titles, manual typewriters and biological specimens. The shop is in operation from Wednesday to Sunday and by appointment on Monday and Tuesday.
This specialty shop features an impressive inventory of products related to design, art and technology. Books, music, art and innovative functional designs are on display.
Situated in the heart of the Beach, this full-service book shop specializes in titles for children and offers books for infants to teens. An array of scheduled storytelling times are offered for infants and preschoolers.
This large bookstore chain offers a large variety of books from all genres and a wide assortment of magazines. Find gifts, cards and other novelties as well. Offering lounge areas including a Starbucks. Several locations across Toronto and area.
Specializing in books on industrial design and architecture, this shop is located above Swipe and is open for business from Monday to Saturday from 11am to 6pm.
Located close to the Art Gallery of Ontario, The Recycled Book Shop is home to a broad variety of books. Children's books, cook books, travel guides and more types of books are available.
Featuring an inventory of general interest stock, cultural theory texts, art books and literary fiction, this independent seller is known for their annual half-price book sale every March.
The Beguiling is home to alternative and underground comic arts fans. Other unique items available include artwork, posters and pop-culture books.
The oldest bookstore of its kind in Canada, this shop specializes in science fiction titles and also hosts an array of literary events. The shop, located in the heart of Queen West Village, is open seven-days-a-week.
Located on Toronto's waterfront one block west of Harbourfront Center, this shop specializes in marine-related books, maps and nautical charts. Cruising guides, kids selections, design books and an array of gifts are showcased.
Comics, toys and other comics-related collectibles are available at this Danforth shop, conveniently located near the Greenwood subway station. New comics arrive weekly every Wednesday.
Great Escape Book Store's inventory ranges from classic second hand books to the top new best sellers. The shop buys, sells and trades books.
Open Air Books and Maps
Located in the King East area of Toronto, Open Air Books and Maps is a prime source for travel books, road maps and atlases.
Eliot's Bookshop has an array of book titles to satisfy any book lover. Mystery, history, science fiction and more types of books are available.
Previously enjoyed books, comics, magazines and videos are featured at this downtown shop. The store buys, sells and trades a wide range of titles, including books on fine arts, politics, fiction and literature.
Dencan Books & Magazines
The shelves at Dencan Books and Magazines are packed high up with books, magazines, CDs and collectibles. The store buys, sells and trades merchandise.
Seekers Books offers a cozy atmosphere and plenty of reads to stimulate the brain. The store's diverse collection includes new and gently used books.
Established in 1983, Annex Books offers a variety of titles. The store's specialties are Canadian literature, modern literature and poetry.
This independent bookseller specializes in used titles and features a wide selection of options from diverse genres. Music enthusiasts will appreciate the shops collection of classic vinyl titles.
Artus Polish Books & Gifts
Artus Polish Books and Gifts shares with shoppers an assortment of popular Polish reads. The store also carries various Polish keepsakes.
Offering multiple locations city-wide, this national big-box retail store is known for its comprehensive collections of books, resources and magazines. An extended gift inventory, an expansive children's section and an impressive choice of music are added highlights. Chapters boasts having one of the largest bookstores in the world in Toronto, available to explore firsthand at their landmark Edward street location.
Doug Miller Books
At Doug Miller Books customers can spend their time browsing through the store's selection of used children's books. The store also has a variety of books for grown-ups too.
Excalibur Comics offers the charm of an old time comic book store and a multitude of comic book and card choices. Customers can buy, sell or trade collectibles.
The World's Biggest Bookstore
Rather than quibble about the accuracy of the name, browse the 27km (17 miles) of bookshelves - one cannot dispute that the selection is large. Other departments include magazine, video and software.
Located on Danforth Avenue, Books Plus sells used books, records, DVDs and CDs. The shop offers a diverse and rare collection.
The Book Exchange
New, used and rare books are carried at this shop, which features organized sections on literary fiction, the arts, history, religion, health and sciences, to name a few. Children's titles and the purchase of used titles and collections are also provided.