Squirreled Away Books
Squirreled Away Books
Break out the barbecue


Closed Sundays and Mondays

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m

Thursday, 10 a.m. to : p.m.

.22985 West Main Street

Armada, Mi 48005

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The best little bookstore in Macomb County, but then we are so very biased.

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If you have any questions about whether or not we have a book in stock, you can see all the ways to contact us HERE!

We just got in a whole slew of really cool enamel pins from The Unemployed Philosophers Guild. If you love Bob Ross, and who doesn't, you can wear your love on your sleeve, or your collar.  We also have Mr. Rogers, Kurt Vonnegut, and the Notorious RBG. 

Happy Trees & Bob

We will be closed today, Friday, July 26 at 1 p.m. and Saturday, July 27 so that we can adequately celebrate the 87th birthday of Carolyn's dad.  Carolyn's dad is a huge inspiration to her  in terms of general dad-ness, but also as an entrepreneur.  Also, he's a big reader.  Guess what he's getting for his birthday.

Indie Best Seller List

Are you interested in the hot sellers this summer?  Check out our list of what's happening in the printed word from independent bookstores around the country:  CLICK HERE!

What's with the Weird Hours, Squirrels?

Recently, we determined that, after years of everyone telling us that we need to have a decent work/life balance in order to be mentally healthy, we discovered that our pace was way more than we could deal with.  So, we've decided that we could slack off a bit.  Just a bit.  So, our hours are:

Sundays:  On a whim

Mondays:  Closed for chores

Tuesday & Wednesday & Friday & Saturday:

10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Thursdays:  10 a.m. to 6 p.m. because Carolyn is taking a Dance for Fun class and Yoga.  Which is also fun. 

We might also close for a weekend or two to go camping because it's summer. 

If you have a book emergency, email us at info@squirreledawaybooks.com.

We are hoping that this will make us more efficient and responsive during work hours, instead of the crazed loons we have felt like.