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
A selection of in-stock New, Used & Rare Books

(not our whole inventory)


Comprehensive in-print catalog from an indie-friendly partner

(not our store inventory)

Select Loganberry Collectible Books

Libro.fm Audiobooks

Extensive audio books catalog from an indie-friendly partner

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.

🌈 Happy PRIDE month!!! 🌈

Monthly Sale

All books in the Sciences alcove (Astronomy to Psychology to Women's Health, LGBTQIA+, and more) 20% off all month long!

Book Club News!

For the Thrill of Lit
 Loganberry's book club for lovers of suspense, mystery, thriller, and horror reads Manhunt by Gretchen Felker-Martin, a horror book chosen in part to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community during Pride month, specifically highlighting trans authors and experiences. The book follows three trans protagonists as they try to survive a post-apocalyptic world in which people with too much testosterone become infected with a zombie-like sickness. 
This book provides some insight into the terrifying ways trans people struggle today, but through the lens of a horror book that feels like a difficult but important read. 
Thursday, June 15, 7:00PM

Berry Good Books
June: We Don't Know Ourselves by Fintan O'Toole (History)
Read at your own pace and drop in when you are ready to discuss the book.
Visit the Book Clubs and Discussion page for more info on all our social reading opportunities! 

 Small Press Highlight


Child's Play 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!