Come to 710 N. Huntington St., Syracuse, Indiana, for the best collection of books for babies, children, teens, and adults.
If you cannot come to the Bookstore, go to Bookshop.org/shop/CedarStone to buy books online, directly from the distributor’s warehouse.  Yes, buying online there is as cold & lonely as buying through amazon, but you’re helping a local business (me!) pay the rent.
To search *my* books, there is a Search Bar at the top of every page here and a category list at the bottom.  I have thousands of unlisted books, puzzles, and games because it takes a long time to list, add tags, and then add photos.  I’ve started grouping them now into one listing (novel series, size of puzzle, etc.), instead of each book has its own listing.

(574) 325-0135  ward@cedarstone.org 

  • CedarStone Children’s Bookstore sells books for ages newborn to adult. 
  • Literacy is vital because our society is text-based. and as much as I like my kindle, electronic is just not as good as paper when it comes to learning and loving to read.

 

  • Without reading skills, a child is helpless to live his own life. 
  • As a librarian and teacher, I have spent my life helping kids learn to read, read for fun, and research whatever subject they can imagine!

 

  • I also have puzzles–which are so important for making those math-related brain connections–and educational games.  Both puzzles and games create such happy times that the kids will insist on playing with them every day.  Come over and see them for yourself.  Puzzles range from 3-piece for infants to 3000-piece for adults.

 

We’re located at the stoplight in uptown Syracuse, Indiana, Kosciusko county.

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710 N. Huntington St.

Open 12-6pm, Monday – Saturday. Closed Sundays. (I usually open earlier on Saturdays but not always)

The store is on SR13 at the stoplight in uptown Syracuse. If you’re coming from the north, just pull off the road as soon as you pass through the intersection with the stoplight, and you’ll see my shop across the street. If you’re coming from the south, go through town, and as you’re going up that hill, you’ll see a row of businesses on the right; mine is the one just before the intersection with the stoplight.