Get your kicks – and books – on Route 66

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Get your kicks – and books – on Route 66

Marco P. Cremasco, 28, of Sao Paulo, Brazil, browses Downtown Books on the iconic Route 66 in Albuquerque. Route 66 is home to bookstores that attract regulars from around the corner and visitors from around the world.
The Book Case in Albuquerque is a block from the iconic Route 66. Bookstore owners along Route 66 say their stores are thriving in the era of e-readers, tablets and online libraries.
Laura Eisner, owner of The Book Case in Albuquerque combs through used books. Bookstore owners along Route 66 say their stores are thriving in the era of e-readers, tablets and online libraries.
Laura Eisner, owner of The Book Case in Albuquerque, thumbs through Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera. Route 66 is home to a number of bookstores, often attracting regulars from around the corner and visitors from around the world.

Get your kicks – and books – on Route 66

Marco P. Cremasco, 28, of Sao Paulo, Brazil, browses Downtown Books on the iconic Route 66 in Albuquerque. Route 66 is home to bookstores that attract regulars from around the corner and visitors from around the world.
The Book Case in Albuquerque is a block from the iconic Route 66. Bookstore owners along Route 66 say their stores are thriving in the era of e-readers, tablets and online libraries.
Laura Eisner, owner of The Book Case in Albuquerque combs through used books. Bookstore owners along Route 66 say their stores are thriving in the era of e-readers, tablets and online libraries.
Laura Eisner, owner of The Book Case in Albuquerque, thumbs through Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera. Route 66 is home to a number of bookstores, often attracting regulars from around the corner and visitors from around the world.
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