Visit our new Westport Book Shop
We look forward to welcoming you at
our used book shop, located at
23 Jesup Road, Westport CT
(right across Jesup Green from the Westport Library)
Hours: Tuesdays through Saturdays 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sundays Noon to 5 p.m.
Now you can shop your favorite book sale, and benefit the Westport Library, all year 'round !
Westport Book Shop is Westport, Connecticut's only non-profit, year-round resource for high quality gently used and antiquarian books, vintage vinyl, and more. Our Book Shop has more than 5,000 books in over 30 categories, plus a broad selection of vintage vinyl records, audio books, CDs, and DVDs.
The young children's area
The view from the book shop,
to the Westport Library
Book Categories available at the Book Shop include:
Art Maker and Hobbies
Children’s — Preschool, Gradeschool, Mysteries
Middleschool and Young Adults Performing Arts
Classics and Literature Philosophy
Diet and Health Poetry
Foreign Language Science
Game & Puzzle Books & Things to Do Science Fiction & Fantasy
Gardening Social Science
Small Gift Books Softcovered Fiction
American History & Politics Special and Antiquarian Books
World History Sports, and Boating
Military History Transportation
Home Decor Travel
Large Print Westport, NY + New England
The vintage vinyl collection
Please note: In the interest of the health and well being of our guests (especially our youngest visitors), our volunteers, and our staff, we continue to require that all staff, volunteers and patrons wear face masks covering their nose and mouth at all times while inside the book shop.
Hand sanitizer is available for your use upon entry into the shop, and at the cashier station.
Social distancing is also recommended.
The Drew Friedman Art Place at the Westport Book Shop
Westport Book Shop is partnering with the Drew Friedman Community Arts Center to feature different local artists' work at the Book Shop every month.
Our featured artists for September 2021 are participants in the art programs at
CLASP's Daniel E. Offutt Arts and Education Community Center
The Daniel E. Offutt Arts and Education Community Center is an innovative program developed by CLASP Homes of Westport, and serves adults with autism and intellectual disabilities. Their goal is to help the people they serve to have lives that are full of dignity, joy, laughter, friendship and interesting choices.
Four enthusiastic and imaginative artists from the Center -- Fred Boages, Danny Freeman, Tony Sewell, and Steve Veno -- are displaying works that reflect each of their unique styles and their interpretation of a similar theme.
Leonor Dao, an artist who teaches weekly classes at the Center, describes the artists as “full of creativity and exploration,” who offer one another support, encouragement and friendship. There is always a “wonderful sense of success,” she says, when the artists experiment with a new theme, subject or medium that culminates in beautiful pieces of art.
The CLASP artists' works will be on exhibit at the Book Shop through September 30, 2021.
From left to right, Nick Visconti and Miggs Burroughs, Directors of The Drew Friedman Community Arts Center, and CLASP art instructor Leonor Dao
Earlier art exhibitors at the Book Shop include Nina Bentley, Norm Siegel, Katherine Ross, Miggs Burroughs, Holly Hawthorn, Diane Pollack, and Joanie Landau. Click here for information about their exhibits.
We welcome, and are very grateful for, your donation of gently used books, vinyl records and other media. Your donations help our Book Shop thrive!
Donations should be brought to the big grey Book Donation Center in the Westport Library's Upper Parking Lot. For information about when and how to donate your used books, vinyl records and other media, and for a list of the materials that we do, and do not, accept for donation, please click here.
Westport Book Sale is grateful to the following Founding Donors, whose financial support and passion for the Westport community have made the Westport Book Shop possible:
The Drew Friedman Community Arts Center, Inc.
Eileen Lavigne Flug
Jeffrey Mayer and Nancy Diamond
Jocelyn and Walter Barandiaran
Linda Monteiro-Hopper and Scott Hopper
Robin and Brad Berggren
Rebecca L. Ciota
The Kail Family
The Michael M. Wiseman and Helen A. Garten Charitable Foundation
Abilis Community Foundation
The STAR Foundation, Inc.
The Betty R. and Ralph Sheffer Foundation
Craig Rebecca Schiavone
Westport Sunrise Rotary
Rita Allen Foundation
Berchem Moses PC
Westport Book Shop is also grateful to the local law firm Verrill, which donated nearly all of the store's display bookcases.