White Birch Books

We pride ourselves on being a quirky, local, indie bookstore nestled in the heart of North Conway, NH, now in our 25th year! White Birch Books was established in 1992 with the goal of promoting and supporting a community of readers for locals and visitors alike.

We are set back from the road just that little bit, and because of our cute little front porch and tower, we look like a quaint little shop that might carry a corresponding number of quaint books. But once you come in, you’ll find that we are a full story and a half filled with books and carry a complete complement of all the latest bestsellers, hot reads and literary stars, as well as a comprehensive local section, a fantastic children’s department and a well-stocked, unique card, gift and holiday section as well. In a nutshell – we’ve got it all!

White Birch Books offers the following services:

Open year-round, 7 days a week, M-Sat 9:30am-6:00pm and Sun 10:00am-5:00pm.

Check out our Website or Like us on Facebook for frequent author events, two monthly book clubs, audio books, monthly newsletter, staff picks, hot new releases and more!

Fast ordering - anywhere from 1-3 days is the norm – and we can special order used or out of print books. Order a book any time by just filling out our convenient form on our website.

Can’t join us at an event, but want a signed copy of the featured book? Just give us a call.

Free gift wrapping - any time of the year!

We ship anywhere, including overseas, for a minimal charge.

School & Library discounts - 20% with purchase order

We will try to get almost any book for you in print (in the USA) by established publishers.

 We are only Closed Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day.

 

AUTHOR EVENING WITH BRUCE KENNETT

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 5-7 PM

Join us at the bookstore for an evening with local author Bruce Kennett presenting his book W. A. Dwiggins: A Life in Design. This book offers an engaging and inspiring overview of the designer’s wide-ranging creative output and lasting impact on the graphic arts. Kennett’s careful research, warm prose, and inclusion of numerous personal accounts from Dwiggins’s friends and contemporaries portray not only a brilliant designer, but a truly likable character.