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Pyramid Books opened in June 1993 in Boynton Beach. As an African-American owned and operated bookstore, Pyramid Books specializes in new books, offering a wide array of categories matching the Afrocentric interests of its customers. Pyramid Books is a community bookstore, therefore it also appeals to educators. In addition to fiction and nonfiction, self-help, mysteries, spiritual, science fiction, urban, self-published and small press books among others, we meet the needs of local school districts. Pyramid Books also partners with these districts to sponsor book fairs and conferences to promote literacy. Appearances by renowned authors and illustrators for different ages have drawn considerable crowds.
We coordinated the Author Showcase for the State Of The Black Union with Tavis Smiley seen on CSPAN, And in 2002, we helped coordinate the Authors Showcase for the Black Caucus of African American Librarians’ national conference. Pyramid Books also partners with the African American Research Library and Cultural Center in Fort Lauderdale to sponsor the Pan African Bookfest and Cultural Conference and other literary events throughout the year.
Pyramid Books celebrates Black History Month 365 days a year to educate all people about the African Diaspora;educating and expressing to the world the beauty and culture of a great people. We have a great selection and knowledge of the titles we provide and recommend.
Pyramid Books also specializes in hard-to-find books. So, call us at 561.731.4422 if your online search doesn't recognize the title. We may already have it in stock, even if the distributor says it's out-of-print. We have a treasure chest of such books waiting for you.
We are the number one literary culture keepers; restoring the kingdom one book at a time.
Your connection to exceptional and deep Black Books experience.
Akbar seeks out and recommends the best in contemporary Afro-Centric fiction and nonfiction—books that not only engage and entertain but also deepen our understanding of ourselves and the world around us.