Street Books and Toys Small Business Partnership
Park Street Books and Toys Celebrates the Love of Reading and Small
Business Pride of Ownership in Medfield, Mass.
and photos by
Eric Hurwitz. Page
created on 8/26/17.
Park Street Books & Toys might just be the most
business I have been to in New England. Owner Jim James loves books,
cares about his community and is one of the nicest people you'll ever
meet -- equally good to parents and kids. That James owns the largest
bookstore in New England is testimony to his hard work and passion for
We have found his bookstore has a higher batting average for
finding what you need than the big chains and with extremely reasonable
prices. If Jim doesn't have
the new or used
book you are looking for, he'll get it for you quickly. As it stands,
Park Street Books has an astonishing selection of kids books on display
(and even more stored away in its attic)
within the homey-like vibe through the charming two-story, brick
wonderful student-generated, hand-drawn murals and a great aquarium).
Park Street Books also
features an impressive toy selection with the accent on fun yet
educational items. There's also a pottery studio called the Pottery
Place with mugs, plates, piggy banks, wall plates, trinket boxes,
figurines and more at very fair prices. Drop-ins are welcome, as well
group parties (birthdays are popular). Jim also features author visits
and, very importantly, holds onto dear tradition by having nothing
electronic or downloadable in the entire store, except Brian, the robot
What a wonderful store, like a vibrant community within the
close-knit community of Medfield. Every time I visit Park Street Books,
it feels like meeting up with a good friend and taking comfort that
small business is indeed still alive, well and thriving in America!
Park Street Books & Toys is located at
504 Main St., Medfield. Tel 508-242-3083.
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