This just arrived in my inbox and I SO have to pass it along. I hope that no fuckwits will mess it up.... GREAT idea and I'm very happy to promote them.
Announcing the opening of
Kuwait's only used book store and cafe !!!
Over 25,000 quality budget priced (most books under 3KD) titles of used and newly new books to browse through,
Hot and cold beverages and light snacks to enjoy,
Comfortable lounge chairs and sofa couches to sit on as you read,
Meeting hall available (for organizational, tutoring or private function use),
All in a relaxed, roomy atmosphere.
Book genres include:
Kuwait and Arabia themed (many of which are investment grade collectibles worthy of a place in any library)
Children's books (over 10,000 baby board books to teenage readers - all from the USA) in our special KIDZ ZONE
Travel, Romance, Cook books, TOEFL study books, non-fiction and SO much more.
Situated in the heart of Salmiya Block 10 (EASY, AMPLE and FREE PARKING AVAILIBLE). Just east of Amman Street - behind Al Rashid Hospital. Email us for a map.
*** If you have GPS or map feature on your IPhone or Blackberry, it's in Salmiya Block 10 on 1 Street between Suleiman Aldsani Street and Al Dhahhak Bin Qeis Street. ***
*** Coordinates to our front door are 29.327545 North - 48.0585444 East****
Around the corner from the Titanic Building and Sanbouk Supermarket in the old 'Lucky Corner'.
Otherwise print these directions out.
Directions from Highway 30: Heading north toward Kuwait City, turn right onto 5th Ring Road toward Salmiya. Stay in right lane and immediately slide over onto the service road. (If you miss this, you'll have to double back.) At light, turn left onto Essa Al Qatami Street. There will be Salmiya Park on your right. Go straight through the roundabout. AFTER 2 speed bumps turn left. Turn right when road ends. Make the first left. You will see a football field on right. Turn right when road ends. Take the first left. After the car mechanic shop, immediately look right and see a 9 floor building across from an empty lot. There's a banner which reads "Better Trading". Look for the Red/Orange painted door on the front of the 9 story building. Open the Red/Orange door, go down the stairs and we're there waiting for you.
REMEMBER: Look for a BIG empty lot with a 9 story building across from it. We're in the basement - down a Red/Orange painted door. HOURS
Starting from mid-October daily ~8 a.m. to 8+ p.m.
Call us 94969650.
BUY BACK, BUY or TRADE POLICY - We also give DISCOUNTS
Better Books will give 1/2 the purchase price of any book it sells back as store credit when a customer returns it - in other words, return our books and we give you A DISCOUNT on your next purchase.
Further, Better Books will buy any quality book for store credit. Bring them in, most genres and titles welcome.
MOVIE NIGHT Better Books will have a free MOVIE NIGHT for all. Enjoy classic movies with beverages and light snacks every week. Scheduled movies include:
Georgia O'Keeffe (with Joan Allen and Jeremy Irons),
Blood Wedding (a Spanish classic with English sub-titles),
Himalaya - the Making of a Chief (Award winning film shot in Nepal),
Butterflies are Free (popular 1972 comedy with Goldie Hawn),
Mother India (the MOTHER of all Hindi movies),
Rocky Horror Picture Show (this particular viewing is by invitation only - popcorn provided;), and many , many more.
BETTER BOOKS (& Cafe) promises to be THE place in Kuwait to meet in a relaxed atmosphere.
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Support Kuwaiti entrepreneurs. Stop by or call 94969650.
American semi-Kuwaiti living, working, eating, boating, and observing in Kuwait. Born in America, but raised with Kuwaitis, I get culture shock on both continents. No one understands me, but my dog, and she still gives me strange looks once in a while.
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