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Book Stores - Melbourne, VIC

Pelican Exchange is a bookshop in Melbourne where the students and employees have actually read the books, not just the reviews.

Looking for creative inspiration? A meaningful gift for a book worm? A cozy reading book to while away a rainy afternoon in Melbourne? We've rounded up a selection of our favorite bookshops, from independent stores to vast literary emporiums. Read all about it here.

Pelican Exchange is a place where the student and employees have actually read the books, not just the reviews. And if you stop by enough we’ll probably start to remember your name.

Our products:

• Books

• Children's books

• Magazine

• Comics

• and many more

We carry best selling hardbacks, trade and mass market paperbacks, used books, children’s books, local authors, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards. Well, you can find any kind of books here. We even have maps!

If you need a cozy and complete bookstore, come or contact Pelican Exchange to get your favourite book now!


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