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  2. Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing
    3415 SW Cedar Hills Blvd.
    Beaverton, OR 97005 (map/directions)

    1. Store Hours for July 4, 2015:
      10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
    United States of America Work 503 228 4651 45.49436771181202, -122.81029343605042 Powell's Books has served Beaverton, Oregon, with a west-side location since 1984. In November 2006, Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing opened, confirming the company's commitment to Beaverton customers. The new store location with 32,500 square feet is more than double the space of the previous Cascade Plaza location and rivals the City of Books in downtown Portland. (Okay, we may be pushing it with that statement since the Burnside location is over 68,000 square feet of retail space!) With over half a million used, new, rare, and hard-to-find titles, it's very easy to get lost in the aisles of Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing. "I think we take the best elements of all the Powell's stores and roll them into one," says store manager Paul Smailes. "We have the big store feel of the City of Books, a very large technical book selection to serve our neighbors like Tektronix, Intel, and Nike, along with the largest children's book section of any book store on the West Coast." An expanded author events space and upgraded amenities bring more best-selling authors and children's events to Cedar Hills Crossing. Each month the store hosts authors such as Mirielle Guiliano, Erik Larson, Nick Bantok, and Christopher Kimball. The funky atmosphere of a Powell's Bookstore and a knowledgeable book-loving staff complete this biblio paradise in Portland's western suburbs. The entirety of the Cedar Hills Crossing mall is Wi-Fi enabled, so you can connect your laptop to the wireless network from anywhere in our store.


    Phone
    503-228-4651

    Hours
    Monday - Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
    Sunday: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

    Sell Us Your Books:
    Monday - Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
    Sunday: 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Powell's Books has served Beaverton, Oregon, with a west-side location since 1984. In November 2006, Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing opened, confirming the company's commitment to Beaverton customers. The new store location with 32,500 square feet is more than double the space of the previous Cascade Plaza location and rivals the City of Books in downtown Portland. (Okay, we may be pushing it with that statement since the Burnside location is over 68,000 square feet of retail space!)

With over half a million used, new, rare, and hard-to-find titles, it's very easy to get lost in the aisles of Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing. "I think we take the best elements of all the Powell's stores and roll them into one," says store manager Paul Smailes. "We have the big store feel of the City of Books, a very large technical book selection to serve our neighbors like Tektronix, Intel, and Nike, along with the largest children's book section of any book store on the West Coast."

An expanded author events space and upgraded amenities bring more best-selling authors and children's events to Cedar Hills Crossing. Each month the store hosts authors such as Mirielle Guiliano, Erik Larson, Nick Bantok, and Christopher Kimball.

The funky atmosphere of a Powell's Bookstore and a knowledgeable book-loving staff complete this biblio paradise in Portland's western suburbs.

The entirety of the Cedar Hills Crossing mall is Wi-Fi enabled, so you can connect your laptop to the wireless network from anywhere in our store.

More about Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing: Directions to Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing


 

Here are just some of the books we're talking about at Powell's.

  1. Girl at the Lion D'Or

    A complex and moving account of an anguished extramarital affair, The Girl at the Lion d'Or is impeccably written. The main characters have real depth, and it's easy to see their pain, confusion, and conflicting emotions. Excellent.

    Recommended by Dianah June 29, 2015


  2. All the Light We Cannot See

    I recommend reading this on the coast, in the bath, at your desk, in bed, with your legs tucked up under you in the sun. I do not recommend reading it on the bus. Because whatever part you're reading on the bus will be the part that makes you cry. But do read it. It's a marvel.

    Recommended by Tove June 29, 2015


  3. The Argonauts

    A seamless blend of memoir and cultural commentary, Maggie Nelson's The Argonauts is, among many other things, a book about relentless introspection and transformation, about confronting one's own truths and biases and finding meaning in collisions big and small. Nelson explores the course of her relationship with the transgender artist Harry Dodge, along with their attempts to get pregnant, her experiences with academia, and her roles as mother and stepmother. Told in brief, loaded sections and referencing everything from gender theorists to parenting books to philosophers, The Argonauts is a book that is best read slowly; there is much to savor in this urgent, fiercely intelligent work.

    Recommended by Renee P. June 22, 2015


  4. The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons

    Kean's latest achievement, lauded as his best yet, is a book about neuroscience, but don't let that intimidate you. Anyone who enjoys reading popular science books will appreciate the easy-to-understand explanations and wonderfully engaging stories that highlight the history of this field.

    Recommended by Ted June 17, 2015


  5. The Stars Never Rise

    The Unified Church is in full control of everyone's lives within the city's walls, including Nina, who must rescue her sister from demons. But can she depend on her new friend Finn and his group of rebels? The first book of a unique dystopian series, The Stars Never Rise is promising — and thrilling.

    Recommended by Richard C. June 17, 2015


  6. Ninja Bunny

    "Rule 1: a super awesome ninja must always work alone." But what happens when a super awesome ninja meets up with a super huge, ferocious bear? With sweet, whimsical drawings, Ninja Bunny is a super fun, action-packed story about determination and friendship.

    Recommended by Naomi June 17, 2015


  7. Love Me Back

    Merritt Tierce's debut, the story of a woman on a path of self-destruction, is told in raw prose that is vivid, terrible, and beautiful. While it is not for the fainthearted or the easily offended, everyone else should read this book.

    Recommended by Fredericka June 17, 2015


  8. A Girl Is a Half-formed Thing

    It's no surprise that this striking, emotionally charged novel won countless awards last year. Using fractured language betraying the narrator's mental state, McBride deftly relates the story of a girl growing up in a hostile home where everyone must grapple with a pervading cancer, both literally and metaphorically.

    Recommended by Renee P. June 17, 2015


  9. Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream

    The Brooklyn-based small-batch ice cream makers reveal the secrets of their amazing, all-natural recipes in this detailed and enticing book. From old favorites like vanilla and chocolate to exotic flavors such as black sesame, stout beer, and masala chai, there's something for everyone — vegans included!

    Recommended by Genevieve A. June 17, 2015


  10. Sick in the Head

    Judd Apatow's lifelong passion for comedy burns brightly in this new collection of interviews. Many of the best-known comedians working today are represented here: Jon Stewart, Louis C. K., Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld. When Apatow was 15, he took a job washing dishes in a comedy club — just so he could listen to all the comics.

    Recommended by Mary Jo June 17, 2015


  11. Pirate Hunters

    Ahoy! Kurson returns with more tales of treasure from the briny deep. This time the divers are off to the Dominican Republic to locate a ship captained by Roger Bannister, a British sea merchant turned pirate. The story of their efforts to locate the vessel is mesmerizing, complete with interviews, an altercation or two, and a touch of romance.

    Recommended by Mary Jo June 17, 2015


  12. Modern Romance

    Comedian Aziz Ansari is always a lot of fun. Here he brings his lively sense of humor to a topic with which he's well-acquainted: dating. But this isn't just some funny guy making jokes about his dating life. It's an in-depth look at the history of dating and a thoughtful examination of the pitfalls, and peculiarities, of modern romance.

    Recommended by Abby June 17, 2015


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