Bookstores in Overland Park Offering Pickup or Delivery

man reading a book from a local bookstore at home

If you enjoy relaxing with a good read, local bookstores in Overland Park offer everything from mystery novels to bestselling comics. You can place your order online and arrange for convenient pickup or shipping. The stores near our Overland Park apartments include:

The Green Door Book Store & Gift Shoppe

As Johnson County’s premier independent bookshop, The Green Door Book Store is “where trendy meets unique.” The selection features hundreds of books, both used and new. You can discover local authors, as well as national bestsellers. New titles frequently arrive, and genres include biographies, historical fiction, and mystery. The Green Door Book Store will ship straight to your door.

Rainy Day Books

Rainy Day Books opened in 1975. It’s the oldest independent bookstore in the Kansas City metropolitan area. The shop is known for its varied selection and for boasting one of the country’s best author event calendars. The staff enjoys making recommendations. They’ll offer suggestions over the phone and even create surprise gift boxes. The boxes feature three exciting books, and you won’t know what they are until you open your package. Rainy Day Books offers curbside pickup Monday through Saturday between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

Clint’s Comics

Founded in 1967, Clint’s Comics has been a local favorite since 1967. It’s one of the best fantasy comic book stores in the United States. The selection features comics from the 1940s through the present day, with new titles arriving weekly. You’ll find Marvel, Dark Horse, Wonder Woman, and more. Call for suggestions and to place your pickup order Tuesday through Saturday.

After ordering some books from bookstores in Overland Park, have a local restaurant deliver your favorite seafood dinner. You can try fish & chips, lobster tails, and other delicious dishes. To call The Highlands home, contact us. We will offer a tour so you can discover our apartment community firsthand.

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