Third Street Books is located in the heart of Historic Downtown McMinnville, Oregon
— an area rich with some of the best wineries, restaurants and shopping available in the state.
At Third Street Books we pride ourselves in being an active part of our community.

We are a general interest bookstore with mostly new books, but some used books as well.
A great selection of magazines, cards and other unique gift items await your discovery.
We welcome your special orders and are happy to offer an out-of-print book search for that elusive title!

We are open seven days a week.
Monday through Saturday 10 am to 6 pm
and Sundays 10 am – 4 pm

We are located at 320 NE Third Street, McMinnville, OR 97128

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Email Us at info@thirdstreetbooks.com

 NOTE: We will not be buying used books from

November 15th to February 1st.

Saturday, November 29th, do something different. Shop at an independently owned business in your community! This year, in honor of Small Business Saturday, we are bringing you some professional help when picking out the ideal book for your loved one. Eight authors will be on hand to listen to your needs, and personally guide you to a selection picked with your gift recipient in mind!

10 am – noon – JB Fisher and JD Chandler, Portland On the Take

10 am – noon Jeanette Chaffee, Extravagant Graces: 23 Inspiring Stories of Facing Impossible Odds

n00n – 2 pm – Kurt Cyrus, illustrator of Twenty Big Trucks

noon – 2 pm – Stephanie Shaw, author of Bedtime in the Meadow and A Cookie for Santa

noon – 2 pm Barbara Drake, Morning Light: Wildflowers, Night Skies, and Other Ordinary Joys of Oregon Country Life

2 pm – 4 pm – Joe Wilkins, The Mountain and the Fathers: Growing Up in
the Big Dry

2 pm – 4 pm – Anna Keesey, Little Century

2 pm – 4 pm Terri Phillips, Food Truck Road Trip–A Cookbook: More Than 100 Recipes Collected from the Best Street Food Vendors Coast to Coast

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A brief note: Small Business Saturday is an event for all small businesses. American Express is a big supporter of the event, offering its cardholders perks for using the card at these stores. We do not accept American Express. So while any purchase made at Third Street Books will not garner you points with AmEx, you will get things that AmEx can’t offer – free gift wrap, credit on your Frequent Buyer Club account, and a smile.