When I first went into Camelot Books I was expecting a small used book store like most I've been in that have limited space and limited selection, but when I walked through the doors I was totally overwhelmed with joy. Floor to ceiling there are shelves and boxes filled with books from poetry and drama to cooking and science fiction; children's books for all age ranges and books about knitting. They have two sections with Kurt Vonnegut books and I found a very rare book of his that I had never heard of! Twice I have been searching high & low online or elsewhere for certain books at a good price and both times I walked down the street to Camelot (I used to live really close) and found them! It's so random that they happened to have them. It's not a place you'd want to be during an earthquake but it's worth the risk if you love that smell of old books, searching shelf after shelf, row aftter row for hours (I love it!), and love a deal. They have sales sometimes and children's books are 50% off on Saturdays--- they are already only $3 to maybe $5 without the sale. Great for teachers like me! They also have rare books, sell online and are very friendly & helpful. They have a children's book sale coming up in September. Hope you'll all check them out!
Pros: Huge selection, great service, good location, terrific prices, and the smell of old books!
Cons: Some people might not like to root through boxes and hunt for books on shelves (they should shop online or go to B&N- cuz it's worth the dig to find the treasure!)