Welcome to Loganberry Books!

 We're open 7 days a week. Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat: 10-6; Thur: 10-8:30; Sun: 12-5

Loganberry Books is an independently owned & operated bookstore in the historic Larchmere neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio. Established in 1994, we feature a carefully curated collection of new, used & rare books in all genres for both readers and collectors, with an inventory of over 100,000 volumes (give or take - we're still counting!). Browse our shelves, check out our event calendar, sign up for our monthly email news, order a book, or learn about our history. If it isn't listed on our (imperfect, homegrown) online store, we have affiliate sites that can help you order almost any book in print, eBooks, or audiobooks (see links below). Or just give us jingle (phone/email) or come by and see us! Please see our directions page for accessibility information.

Loganberry Books online store

Loganberry's Online Store
Select New, Used & Rare Inventory


Comprehensive in-print catalog

Hummingbird eBooks is discontinuing their app.

Please visit their site for information on how to access any books you have purchased from them.

Libro.fm Audiobooks

Libro Audio books

Upcoming Events

Stump the Bookseller

Have you forgotten the title of your favorite children’s book? This is a service to help solve your book mysteries. Submit your memory here, and see if anyone else remembers your book memory, or better yet, knows the title and author! After all, it’s easier to find the book when you know what it’s called. Read the blog.


Otis' Old Curiosity Shop

One of the best things about the holiday season at Loganberry Books is our pop-up gift emporium, Otis' Old Curiosity Shop! Featuring arts and crafts, toys both silly and educational, books and cards, fair trade, puzzles and games, and other holiday delights. It's a wonderful, temporal thing, and I hope you can experience it in person for best effect!

 Small Press Highlight


Algonquin Books

Since 1983, Algonquin Books has been publishing literary fiction and nonfiction by undiscovered writers, mostly from the South. Originally housed in a woodshed behind cofounder Louis Rubin’s Chapel Hill, N.C., home, and now with offices in both New York City and Chapel Hill, the press holds true to its founding principles to publish quality narrative work that stimulates, enriches, and entertains readers.

Algonquin has earned international recognition with numerous bestsellers, in both fiction—including Sara Gruen’s Water for Elephants, B.A. Shapiro’s The Art Forger, A Reliable Wife by Robert Goolrick—and nonfiction, including Amy Stewart’s The Drunken Botanist and Richard Louv’s Last Child in the Woods. In 2013, Algonquin launched the Algonquin Young Readers imprint featuring middle grade and young adult books.


Best of Cle


Best Bookstore in Ohio, Mental Floss 2019 & 2022!

Best of Cleveland, Cleveland Magazine, 2018

Best Bookstore, Scene Magazine 2015, 2017, 2019 & 2022!