Welcome to the Chatham Bookstore

The Chatham Bookstore

Welcome to the Chatham Bookstore

Community Through Books

Tucked under an orange awning in the heart of Chatham’s Main Street, the Chatham Bookstore is celebrating over 40 years in the Hudson Valley building community through books.

Offering current and classic books for readers of all ages as well as a diverse selection of art supplies, the Chatham Bookstore is open seven days a week for browsing and special orders.

A long-time independent bookstore: visit us on Main Street and on facebook

MAY 20, 2020

We offer shipping and no-contact pickup of
in-stock books and art supplies, as well as 
special orders.
Deliveries are taking up to two weeks.
Our connections with publishers, distributors and shippers
are disrupted – thank you for patience through some of the gaps!

518-392-3005. Monday through Friday, 1-4 pm
or EMAIL. We’ll respond as soon as possible.

For all the kindness in our community – yes!

We miss you –
stay well

WAMC Book Picks
Friday, March 20th

The latest book picks from our own Tom Chulak and Joanne Trapanese are now online:

WAMC’s Book Picks

Race Against Time by Jerry Mitchell

Deacon King Kong by James McBride

American Birds: A Literary Companion edited by Andrew Rubenfeld & Terry Tempest Williams

If We Were Giants by Dave Matthews and Clete Barrett Smith

Blackbird Girls by Anne Blankman

I Dream of a Journey by Akiko Miyakoshi

Lilah Tov Good Night by Ben Gundersheimer (Mister G), Illustrated by Noar Lee Naggan

The Nest That Wren Built by Randi Sonenshine, Illustrated by Anne Hunter

 

 


 

Nonfiction Book Group
Second Tuesday of the Month

On the second Tuesday of each month at 7 pm, the Chatham Bookstore hosts a nonfiction book group focusing on current affairs, history and biography. 

For more information, please contact .

June’s choice is Much Depends on Dinner: The Extraordinary History and Mythology, Allure and Obsessions, Perils and Taboos of an Ordinary Meal by Margaret Visser.

In July, they return to the writing of Doris Kearns Goodwin, reading No Ordinary Time: Franklin & Eleanor Roosevelt: The Home Front in World War II.