Marble City Books is an online and pop-up, woman-owned indie bookstore based in New York's North Country.
MCB's mission is to enable book addicts, bookworms, or the fancier name: bibliophile.
NEW BOOKS & STUFFSpecial Offers, New Releases, and more
Marble City Books is an affiliate of Bookshop.org. They have a huge inventory of new books, journals, calendars, puzzles, toys, bookmarks, etc. When you click on New Books at the top of this page it will take you to our store page on Bookshop.org. We can't deliver free to you unless it is with a special discount they offer.
Marble City Books is an affiliate of libro.fm. They have a large inventory of audiobooks. When you click on Audiobooks at the top of this page it will take you to our store page on libro.fm. To listen to your audiobooks, you can download their free app on your iPhone or Android; or on your computer.
When you click on Used Books at the top of the page it will show you all of the used books in our inventory. We search for First Editions, signed books, and books older than 50 years old to offer for sale. If you want us to keep an eye out for a specific author or title, send us an email message.
MERCHANDISEMerch highlight: greeting cards and note cards
When you click on Merch at the top of the page it will show you book-related and some non-book-related merchandise we have in our inventory. We buy our products from small businesses when we can. Don't Jeffy and Wally have enough of our money already?
We had an awesome time at Gouverneur's 12th annual Pumpkin Festival on September 23-24. Congratulations to Karen P. of Gouverneur for winning a copy of Stephen King's new thriller Holly.
We pay it forward. We donate 10% of profits from donated books to charity. 2023 2nd Qtr: donation to Friends 4 Pound Paws. They are a dog and cat adoption/rescue non-profit organization in St. Lawrence County, NY.
We love Mother Earth. Our shipping materials are recycled and/or recyclable.
The Future Is Indie
Thank you for supporting my small business. I promise not to buy any rockets with my profits. I donate to local charities at least quarterly and call me crazy, but I also put my profits towards paying taxes, my mortgage, health insurance, groceries, etc. Definitely not towards a rocket ship.
- Elaine Hopper