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What makes the Cedar Rapids HPB special is we offer the best of both worlds: the feel of a small town bookstore, but also access to millions of titles through our fellow stores. Feel free to contact me or my staff with donation requests or searches for hard-to-find titles. Thanks for shopping with us! You don't need an appointment. Ask for assistance, and we'll help you bring it inside. Feel free to take it and run, or use it to buy yourself something cool in the store. Find a store:.
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Plus Melissa and Doug products, Folkmanis Puppets, gourmet food gifts, and a great line of adult coloring books and wines from Iowa wineries. Looking for something not in stock? We will be happy to order it for you, whether it is books, movies or music! The Book Shoppe also hosts events for fellow book lovers with local Iowan authors and writers. M and M is a locally owned new and used bookstore with over 55, books in inventory. Special orders available.
As of the United States Census , the city population was , Cedar Rapids is nicknamed the "City of Five Seasons", for the so-called "fifth season," which is time to enjoy the other four. The name "Five Seasons" and representations of the sculpture appear throughout the city in many forms. The location of present-day Cedar Rapids was in the territory of the Fox and Sac tribes. The first white settler on the site of the future city was Osgood Shepherd, who built a log cabin which he called a tavern in or next to the Cedar River then known as the Red Cedar at what is now the corner of First Avenue and First Street Northeast. The true founders of the city were George Greene , Nicholas Brown, and a few others.
Our store is locally-owned and operated by Bill and Ursla Lanphear. Marilyn frequently traded books — mostly murder mysteries — with her niece Meg who lives in San Francisco. Marilyn passed away in The store is dedicated to her memory and named for her and Meg. Our mission is to connect readers with books.