Visit N2N Books, upstairs at the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre
28 Athens Street,
N2N Books is OPEN:
Monday – Friday
9:30 am – 3:30 pm
N2N Books, the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre Used Book Store, provides entertaining and informative reading for the entire community at economical prices.
What we sell: N2N Books carries a huge variety of used books in all categories and formats. The bookstore is entirely volunteer-run and our books are donated by people like you, so all money from the sale of books goes directly to support the objectives of the Neighbour to Neighbour Centre.
N2N Books sells everything for readers of any age, including children’s books, collectibles, classics, mysteries, general fiction, romance, history, biography, politics, even current bestsellers. Our stock is constantly changing as we add new donations daily in both paperback and hard-cover volumes. We also sell jigsaw puzzles, magazines, DVDs and CDs.
Prices: Prices at N2N Books are modest and affordable: Most books are only $1.50 each, paperback or hardcover, and with most children’s books at only 50 cents. Some of the newest, the rarest, or the most in-demand titles sell for a little more.
TAKE 5! … at N2N Books: For every 5 items you purchase, the lowest cost item is free! So MORE really IS BETTER at N2N Books.
Donating Books: N2N Books welcomes donations of books and media in all the categories we sell. Books should be in good, saleable condition and can be brought to the centre during open hours. Bring your books in the front entrance at Neighbour to Neighbour and one of our bookstore volunteers will be glad to accept your donation.
Many of our donors return again and again — donating books, buying books and re-donating. Thank you for thinking of us!
Unfortunately we cannot accept Encyclopedias, textbooks, videotapes, cassette tapes or Readers Digest Condensed Books. Any book donations we do not accept for display and sale will need to be recycled.
Remember: Buying books at N2N Books not only provides you with excellent reading material but every dollar spent at the bookstore is used to support the Neighbour to Neighbour Food Bank and help our less fortunate neighbours.