Thousands of contemporary and classic books
Crafts and DIY
$1 Sale (in-store only)
Frequently Asked Questions
Where are you located?
We are located at 8 Federal Street, Greenfield, MA, across the street from Greenfield Savings Bank and next door to the Pushkin Gallery.
What are your hours?
We are open Wednesday - Saturday, 10am - 6pm. Beginning 12/5, our Thursday hours will change to 12 - 7pm. We'll have extended holiday hours as follows: Friday, 12/6, 10am - 8pm; Sunday 12/8, 12/15, 12/22, 11am - 3pm; Friday, 12/20 10am - 7pm, and Tuesday, 12/24, 11am - 3pm. We will close at 3pm on Wednesday, 11/27 and will be closed 11/28, 12/25, 12/26, and 1/1.
Where do I park?
There is metered parking a half block away on Federal Street, and also just around the corner on Main Street and on Ames Street. Our closest town parking lots are located here. Greenfield also has a public parking garage, located here.
If you’re arriving by bike, we have a bike rack right in front of our store.
Do you sell books online?
We will be, soon! You can buy online directly from us here, or via Amazon. You can also buy and pick up in store.
Do you sell books on consignment?
We sell books from local authors (Greenfield and parts of Franklin County) on consignment. We also support local musicians and artists when possible. Contact us for more information.
Do you host author events?
Though we can’t host author events in our store at this time, stay tuned for more information on Thursday evening events we'll be hosting this winter, next door at 12 Federal Street! Also, we may be available to sell books at your event -- contact us for more info.
Do you buy books to resell?
Yes. We are looking for good-condition contemporary titles in hardcover and trade paperback. Recent cookbooks, graphic novels, manga, and fiction, science fiction, or fantasy published within the past 3 years are of particular interest.
10/26 update: We're currently also looking for paperback classics (Austen, Bronte sisters, Hemingway, Tolkien, Vonnegut); books by Carl Jung (particularly the Red Book Reader); classic and contemporary philosophy; RD Liang; books on recovery.
At this time, we are not purchasing mass market (small format) paperbacks except for classics and science fiction/fantasy. Purchases are at our discretion based on our inventory needs and condition of the products. Generally, we offer $1 per book in cash or $2 per book in store credit. We require a government-issued photo ID for sales. We do not purchase books marked "Greenfield Public Library."
Do you take book donations/can I drop books off at your store?
We are happy to take donations of books that meet our resale guidelines (above). Unfortunately, we don't have the capacity to process large quantities of donated books. (Please don't leave books outside the store. They will become damaged or will be viewed as litter/blocking the sidewalk.) Roundabout Books has a 24-hour drop box for book donations, or you may contact the Greenfield Public Library for their policy.
What is your returns policy?
We will credit in-store returns made within 3 days with receipt via original method of purchase (cash, card, store credit). With no receipt, or after 3 days, return requests will be treated as buyback for resale (see above), at our discretion. $1 sale books are not eligible for return - final sale only.
We do not sell your personal information to anyone.
What else is there to do in Greenfield?
Hungry? Visit our friends next door at The People’s Pint, or a short walk away at Magpie, Manna House, Hope and Olive, Namaste, Rise Above Bakery for a bite. Grab coffee at Greenfield Coffee or Shelburne Falls Coffee Roasters. Seymour is a great bar just across the street. Browse vintage vinyl at John Doe Jr. Check out local antiques shops and bookstores, including Roundabout Books and World Eye Bookshop. Take in national acts and local music at Hawks and Reed and 10 Forward (The Root Cellar). Enjoy art at The Greenfield Gallery.