Bookstores
Where can you find homeschooling books, curricula, and supplies? Where can you get used books? Here is a list of bookstores around the state of Alabama, with a special emphasis on those that are especially helpful for homeschoolers.
Alabama Bookstores
Gadsden Christian Bookstore
434 Broad St.
Gadsden, Alabama 35901
Phone: 256-546-5911

Gadsden Christian Bookstore offers Christian books and more, along with a selection of books and materials helpful to homeschooling families.
Dove Christian Supply
3112 Suite B Ross Clark Circle NW
Dothan, AL 36303
Phone: 334-793-5691

913 Rucker Blvd Suite 33
Enterprise, AL 36330
Phone: 334-393-4984

Pete and Yvonne McCollough first opened Dove Christian Supply in September of 1983. Dove has been serving the tri-states area of Southeast Alabama, Southwest Georgia, and Northwest Florida for the past twenty years. You'll find a wide range of homeschooling books, materials, and supplies.
Crossroads Books & Gifts
1401 Hillcrest Rd.
Mobile, Alabama 36695
Phone: 251-776-1515

Crossroads Books & Gifts is the largest Christian bookstore in the Mobile area. Although not an exculsive homeschool bookstore, you'll find lots of good materials and books to assist you in home educating your children.
Nanette's Books & Trims
915-B South Jefferson St.
Athens, Alabama 35611
Phone: 256-771-9910

Nanette's Books & Trims offers teacher's supplies, Christian materials, reference books, and much more.
Homeschool Bookworm
2702 Herren St.
Dadeville, Alabama 36853
Phone: 256-825-6616

Many, many homeschooling items, including new and used books, curricula, unit studies, and more.
Christian Resource Center
179 Eastern Blvd
Montgomery, Alabama 36117
Phone: 334-374-0750

Christian Resource Center is locally owned and operated. Offers a great selection of Sunday School, Vacation Bible School and home school curriculums and related resources, including Bible study materials, Bibles and books.
Dandelion Home School Cottage
15235 County Road 83
Elberta, Alabama 36530
Phone: 251-986-7833

Dandelion Home School Cottage, a consignment store offering used and some new curricula is located in Elberta, Alabama, approximately 15 minutes from Pensacola and about 45 minutes from Mobile. Surrounding areas: Lillian, Foley, Summerdale, Robertsdale, Loxley, Fairhope, Marlow, Silverhill, Magnolia Springs, Gulf Shores, Bon Secour, Orange Beach, Daphne, Spanish Fort, Belforest, Mobile, etc.
Mardel Christian & Educational Supply
Mardel stores average 30,000 square feet of retail space and stock over 40,000 items. These items include: Bibles, books, music, gifts, children's, office supplies, and educational materials. Mardel stocks a large selection of homeschooling materials, workbooks, and supplies.
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