This Bookstore in Bucks County is Celebrating 25 Years of Literature and Community

Image via Doylestown Bookshop.
The bookshop has been in operation since the late 1990s.

One of the most popular bookshops in Bucks County is celebrating a major milestone, looking to the next chapter of their story.

The Doylestown Bookshop, located at 16 South Main Street in Doylestown, will be celebrating 25 years of business on May 13 from 1- 3 PM.

“We invite community members, authors, and friends to join us for a champagne toast with the owner of the Doylestown & Lahaska Bookshops, Glenda Childs beginning at 1:00 PM,” the bookshop said online.

“Please join us in sharing your stories of the bookshop over the years, mingle with current and past booksellers, and enjoy the music of local musician Bruce Malcolm.”

Stocked with classic literature and new releases, as well as works by local authors, the bookstore is also an official retailer of all of “The Berenstain Bears” books; the authors, Stan and Jan Berenstain, were residents of Doylestown and wrote the majority of the books in the area.

Along with their flagship location, the bookstore also has a sister shop in nearby Lahaska. The Lahaska Bookshop is one of Peddler’s Village’s most popular stops for those who love to read.

Read more about the celebrations at the Doylestown Bookshop.


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