True Colors Book Store

★★★★★
  • 4755 Chicago Ave

    Minneapolis, MN 55407

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  • 612-821-9630

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My wife is in law school and has been able to order study guides thru Amazon. They have books for everyone. They have a kids section also, and I'm very interested in teaching my kids Spanish. I've been able to find children's books in Spanish there. We most recently purchased "Puss & Boots" which was both in english & spanish. The books are arranged perfectly and the staffs are very helpful in finding the books for you.

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My wife is in law school and has been able to order study guides thru Amazon. They have books for everyone. They have a kids section also, and I'm very interested in teaching my kids Spanish. I've been able to find children's books in Spanish there. We most recently purchased "Puss & Boots" which was both in english & spanish. The books are arranged perfectly and the staffs are very helpful in finding the books for you.

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My wife is a lover of feminist books and this shop has a large collection of them.They also have books for eeveryone.They have a kids section also.The books are arranged perfectly and the staffs are very helpful in finding the books for you.I have found some rare management books also.

PROS: Good collection of books
CONS: none

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★★★★★

My wife is a lover of feminist books and this shop has a large collection of them.They also have books for eeveryone.They have a kids section also.The books are arranged perfectly and the staffs are very helpful in finding the books for you.I have found some rare management books also.

PROS: Good collection of books
CONS: none

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Small and eclectic, this woman-owned, feminist bookstore is a great place to get the latest novel or most talked about book. It also has a widest, in-stock selection of feminist, LGBT, and women studies books I have ever seen in the Twin Cities. They can also order almost any book that are not on their shelves. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, the store is small but full of interesting finds, and they frequently have readings, lectures, book clubs and community events in their downstairs meeting area (where they also have an area for Used Books, posters and bumper stickers). Amazon also has a kids' corner where a diverse and colorful collection of children's books are sold and they have reading time for the little ones. There is a parking lot a few feet away, which makes it convenient to stop by. In an era where small, independently-owned bookstores are rapidly closing, Amazon is one we should all be happy to hang on to.

PROS: Liberal; feminist; friendly; women-owned; gives back to community; wide sel
CONS: Smaller that the big chains; no room to sit and read

5
★★★★★

Small and eclectic, this woman-owned, feminist bookstore is a great place to get the latest novel or most talked about book. It also has a widest, in-stock selection of feminist, LGBT, and women studies books I have ever seen in the Twin Cities. They can also order almost any book that are not on their shelves. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, the store is small but full of interesting finds, and they frequently have readings, lectures, book clubs and community events in their downstairs meeting area (where they also have an area for Used Books, posters and bumper stickers). Amazon also has a kids' corner where a diverse and colorful collection of children's books are sold and they have reading time for the little ones. There is a parking lot a few feet away, which makes it convenient to stop by. In an era where small, independently-owned bookstores are rapidly closing, Amazon is one we should all be happy to hang on to.

PROS: Liberal; feminist; friendly; women-owned; gives back to community; wide sel
CONS: Smaller that the big chains; no room to sit and read

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