In the age of the e-reader, it's easy to find specific titles. Sometimes, though, you want to leisurely thumb through a few paperbacks to figure out what you want. That's where this charming 42-year-old Park Hill co-op comes in. Its three stories are packed with new and previously loved tomes—classics, cookbooks, children's standbys, you name it—categorized by genre.
Our office is on the same block as the LoDo branch of this venerable palace o’ books, so we spend a lot of time browsing the shelves, drinking coffee from the cafe, and lounging in the armchairs. But we felt a little awkward about reading from our iPads in the store. Not anymore.
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