Last weekend my parents and I visited Baker Street Books in Black Diamond, Washington. The town is tiny enough that if you go there you should have no trouble finding the place, and I'm not joking when I say it's worth a day trip just for the bookstore if you're close enough. It's large and cosy and full of good used (and some new) books. The building was apparently built in 1885, which certainly adds to its charm. And complementary coffee, which I hear was actually really good (I don't drink coffee). The "literature" section, though it didn't take up much space, had a great selection. You'll see what I bought tomorrow.