There are now two great ways to Shop Rozzie Bound. You can stop by our Pop Up Shop in the Roslindale Substation, located at 4228 Washington Street, Roslindale, MA 02131, Saturdays, 11 am – 6 pm. You can find millions of titles at on our online store.

Shop Rozzie Bound!

There are now two great ways to Shop Rozzie Bound. You can stop by our Pop Up Shop in the Roslindale Substation, located at 4228 Washington Street, Roslindale, MA 02131, Saturdays, 11 am – 6 pm. Check out our online store where you can browse our curated shelves or search for millions of titles. As we like to say at Rozzie Bound, “Friends don’t let Friends buy books on Amazon!”

Support the Haley Pilot School

We hope you will support our second annual Virtual Book Fair with Friends of the Haley Pilot School Book Fair. Parents helped curate a shelf with over 750 books for young readers. 50% of proceeds from this shelf will support field trips and experiential learning and, during February 2022, we will donate 50% of proceeds from ALL books for young readers (children, early readers, tweens/teens, and YA).

Help Desk

Pre-Order Recommendations

Worker-Owners Shelves

Roslindale Book Ambassadors Shelves

Learn more about this collaborative effort of Rozzie Bound and Friends of the Roslindale Branch Library. Check out our Book Ambassador’s shelves here:

Racial Justice & Equity

Climate Action & Green Living with Greening Rozzie

Celebrating Diverse Perspectives with Friends of the Roslindale Branch Library

Kids Section

Literature

History

Creative Arts

Staff Picks

Special to Rozzie Bound

  • Local Authors we Love – Did you know many great writers call Roslindale home? We’ve have created a whole shelf dedicated to our creative neighbors, including recent Book Ambassadors Louise Miller and Chuck Collins, Jennifer Haigh, Scott Heim, Annie Weatherwax, Josh Barkan, John Fulton, and Ladette Randolph, Michael Lowenthal, and Kim MacKinnon.
  • Walter Karp & Friends – Walter Karp (1934 – 1989) was the father of Rozzie Bound’s founder, Roy Karp Here is a selection of his books as well as and some of the writer’s that formed his circle of friends and colleagues during his time as a freelance writer in New York City.
  • Roxie Munro Collection – One of my favorite jobs in high school was assisting long time family friend, Roxie Munro sell her paintings during Union Square Open Studios (before she got priced out and moved her studio to Queens.) I couldn’t find all her books, but this is a good start if your new to her work.0

Non-English Books

Cooking & Hobbies

Gifts Ideas from the Friends

Once again, Friends of the Roslindale Branch Library has helped us create some great new shelves with gift ideas for the holiday season. We suggest placing orders early this year due to supply chain issues.