OLD CAPITOL BOOKS BUYS BOOKS (OR STORE CREDIT). Continue reading BOOK BUYING
We would LOVE to host your event! Old Capitol Books supplies a free venue to support local authors, illustrators, and publishers. Continue reading Authors & Publishers, Want to Consider having a book signing at Old Capitol Books?
Old Capitol Books is fortunate to obtain approximately 100 beautiful architecture books from the personal library of a local modernist architect Jerrold Lomax, FAIA. Although Mr. Lomax is no longer with us his outstanding works and library can still be seen and experienced. Most of the books purchased from his library represent the modernist genre.
Here at Old Capitol Books, we love National Poetry Month – I mean, what’s NOT to love? So, in celebration of this glorious time, we are offering 20% off* all of our used poetry books from April 1st to 30th! Come get your fill of Milton, Dickinson, Maya Angelou, H.D. T.S. Eliot, and hundreds more! Continue reading 20% off all Used Poetry Books – in Celebration of NaPoMo 2015!
We’ve decided to highlight some of our fantastic children’s books by dedicating an entire section of our store to displaying all of our super cute kids’ books. 🙂 Continue reading Cute New Children’s Book Section!
Due to an excess of supply of books (and the subsequent lack of space), Old Capitol Books will only be purchasing the following book genres: local history, classic literature, military history, modern art, some young adult literature, sci-fi, and the esoteric in most genres. We offer cash and will continue to accept these books for trade-in/store credit. Feel free to contact us for more information.
Visit our New Arrivals page for a list of awesome new books of the military variety! We just received these books and would love to sell them to you!
Hey there book lovers! Old Capitol Books will keep normal hours over the July 4th weekend. 10am-6pm every day. We have nothing better to do.
Now at Capitol Books for only $30! Shelly’s mini coffee table book is about food as love, served with style. Continue reading Feeding Alice: A Love Story by Shelly Schachter