5 Quirky Aspects of Skoob Books in London

Literati Pulp

by Regina Kenney

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For Literati Pulp’s #BuyUsedBooks month, my brother and I took to the streets of London to find the best second-hand bookstores the city had to offer.

Skoob-Books-CoverThough there are many great bookshops in London (top ten list coming soon) one stood out as the best…

Skoob Books has everything you would want in a bookshop: coziness, large and diverse selection, friendly atmosphere, and even that special old book smell.

Here is a list of five quirky aspects of Skoob Books that sets it apart from other bookstores.



1. Ton of Classic Penguin Books

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Between the stacks in Skoobs Books are two large bookshelves filled with the classic Penguin books.

I couldn’t even get all of them in one photo!

I was so enthralled with this collection, I went down an internet rabbit hole researching the design and history of Penguin books.

From the onset of Penguin Publications…

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