BOOK RIOT

Brooklyn’s BookCourt bookstore is seeking $300K in crowdfunding to purchase and renovate the Bibliobarn (seen here). We’ve been thinking: Why Should Readers Crowdfund a Bookstore?

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    I believe everyone should support bookstores, both readers and writers.
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    This bookstore is so beautiful that if I had a spare £300k, I would totally give it to them. Even though it’s in a whole...
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    Because who better to support a bookstore than the people who love them?
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