Colorado Attractions, Shopping October 03, 2022
The Wandering Jellyfish, An Independent Children’s Bookstore In Colorado, Is A Thing Of Magic
Bookstores are a thing of magic. These sometimes large, sometimes small shops (with the most enticing smells in the world!) have the power to transform lives, as topics on literally any and everything is suddenly at your fingertips. If you think traditional bookstores are magical, wait until you visit a specialty children’s bookstore, like that of Colorado’s Wandering Jellyfish:
Located in Niwot, the Wandering Jellyfish is a locally owned shop that may seem small on the outside but is anything but petite!
Housed inside the historic Niwot Tribune building, the Wandering Jellyfish "was born out of a deep love for all things reading, writing, and books," which can be seen from the moment you step inside.
Featuring thousands of titles over countless shelves and cases, you can easily spend an entire morning exploring this community treasure.
If you are in the market for a unique gift, the Wandering Jellyfish is the place to be, as not only do they carry the best in children's literature but educational toys, too.
Founded by children's book authors and illustrators, the Wandering Jellyfish also hosts meet and greets with local and national authors, plus special readings and signings.
Before you go, be sure to check their calendar, as the shop is almost always hosting something special, whether it be the aforementioned author events, yoga storytimes, games, or book club.
To learn more about this gem of a bookstore - including hours of operation and upcoming events -
please visit the Wandering Jellyfish's website.
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