Come in to Gulliver's for March Madness. Items on sale for 20%-60% off 




Gulliver's is a unique independent bookstore that has been part of the downtown core for 30 years.  We sell and order books from all over Canada and parts of United States.  We can special order any book,  game, or gift for any occasion.  Gulliver's prides itself as having a very large selection of books written by Local and Canadian authors such as Giles Blunt, George Walters, Ken Strange and Doug Mackey,  just to name a few. 

Gulliver's most popular section is the Children's books, in fact our selection is very unique as it includes many childhood favorites such as Robert Munsch, Mercer Mayer,  Dr. Seuss, Berenstain Bears and Paddington Bear. Also worth noting we have a kids weekly reading set for Wednesday's at 10:30,am so why not bring the kids in and check it out.      

Stop by and have a peek,  Gulliver's has something for everyone from 0 - to 90 we like to say,  look forward to seeing you in the near future.     



(705) 474-7335






157 Main Street West

North Bay, Ontario


10 - 4 Mon. Tues. Wed

10- 5 Thursday 

10-7 Friday - 930 to 530 Saturdays 





Why not come down to Gullivers hometown bookstore for a visit  -  We now can provide you with some of our catalogues where you can take a quick look and if you find something you like we can special order it for you.  We strive hard to have as many Canadian suppliers as possible and our new ordering system will give you access to these Canadian companies.  


College books for sale

Don't forget that Gulliver's has some of your course books in store right now - all students will receive a 10% discount.  Some of the titles are as follows : Dialectic of Enlightenment by Max Horkheimer and Theodor W Adorno,  Bioethics An Anthology - second edition edited by Khuse and Singer,  Four Texts on Socrates- translated with notes by Thomas G West and Grace Starry West,  Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu, The Republic of Plato by Allan Bloom, Nicomachean Ethics - second edition -Aristotle, Being and Time by Martin Heidegger