We will be closed Sunday 28th August - Tuesday 30th August. We look forward to seeing you from 9am on Wednesday 31st August.
Enjoy your bank holiday!
events now booking -
The GREAT Tiger Tea Party, David Crystal, sarah ward & bing taylor
Warwick Books is the town’s only independent bookshop, established in 2004. We love books and we aim to offer the highest quality of service to our customers. Whether you visit our first floor to curl up on our cosy sofa, enjoy a complimentary tea or coffee whilst browsing our poetry, sport and health books or explore the ground floor for fiction, travel, history whilst the kids enjoy our extensive children’s section, we look forward to your visit.
We are able to order any British book in print and accept orders not only in the shop but by telephone, email, Twitter or Facebook. You can click 'order online' above and place your order via this site. We also stock a broad range of greetings cards. We are always on hand to recommend a title and our hand written reviews are a favourite of our regulars. We would be delighted to see you at one of our popular author events.
mOG & PAULINE
We are the proud and enthusiastic new owners of Warwick Books, Mog and Pauline Harris, taking over this well established town bookshop in April 2015. Mog is Warwick born and bred, and having trained and worked in Theatre Design spent some time working in Italy and France for a youth charity where she met Pauline. Pauline was born in Metz in North-East France, She is fluent in English, French and Italian, and also like dabbling in Polish and Russian. Until very recently Pauline was the General Secretary of an International Youth Charity and is embracing her new life in the UK and is enjoying discovering Warwick’s hidden treasures. We are both great readers and were delighted to get the opportunity to return to Warwick to take over the bookshop. Do pop in and introduce yourselves, let us know what we can do to develop the shop or our events and we will be really grateful for your continued support.
Warwick's only independent bookshop is located in a former greengrocers shop on the Market Place.