Sciuto’s Bookshop

295 Main St
Douglas, MA 01516

Sharing the joy of reading: Sciuto’s Bookshop offers an evolving variety of books

Sciuto’s Bookshop is a used bookstore based in Douglas, MA. Below, the team shares some details on their business and the importance of supporting local.

Describe your business in 50 words or less.

Sciuto’s Bookshop is a small indie bookstore specializing in used books. We are always accepting donations and sales from our patrons, which leads to an ever-evolving inventory. We stock all sorts of titles and genres and aim to provide a selection where anyone can find their new favorite book.

What makes your business unique?

Since we specialize in used books, the books that line our shelves are a growing and evolving reflection of what our community is reading. We aim to provide a welcoming space for all readers and are always happy to chat about books!

What does your business look like?

Currently, we are a brick-and-mortar business with one location at 295 Main St in Douglas, MA. We sell used books across all genres, stationery, writing materials, snacks, and more!

Why is it important to support businesses like yours?

We believe independent bookstores are an essential part of the communities they belong to. They contribute to a town’s charm, create a comfortable gathering space where readers can meet and have lively conversations, and collaborate with other local businesses and artisans.

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