1551 W. 86th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46260
Located at W. 86th St. and Ditch Rd.
Monday-Saturday 9 am - 9 pm
Sunday 10 am - 8 pm
Listen up media aficionados! Join us each Tuesday and get 20% off all vinyl, cassettes, VHS, comics, manga, graphic novels and video games at our Northbrook/Greenbriar HPB in Indianapolis. Discount at this location only. No other discounts apply.
Clearance Sale at the Fairgrounds
Big location, big selection, big savings! Everything will be $3 or less at the Indiana Clearance Sale at the State Fairgrounds on Friday and Saturday, June 21 and 22 from 9 am to 9 pm and Sunday, June 23 from 10 am to 6 pm at the Agriculture Building. All stores in the Midwest are contributing books, movies and music to create our biggest Clearance Sale event yet! Get directions and details.
Featured Product In-Store
The German Single-Leaf Woodcut, 1550-1600
Your Northbrook/Greenbriar HPB has a 3 volume set of The German Single-Leaf Woodcut, 1550-1600, by Walter L. Srauss. Published by Abaris Books in 1975, this is a beautiful pictorial catalogue of 16th century German artists. See store for details.
Shortridge High School Annual 1938
Shortridge High School is the oldest public high school in Indiana dating to 1864. During that time, the school has produced a large amount of renown alumni including writer Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Your Northbrook/Greenbriar HPB has a Shortridge High School Annual from 1938 which includes photos of sophomore student council member, Vonnegut. See store for details.
The American Boy's Book, 1864
Your Northbrook/Greenbriar HPB has The American Boy's Book of Sports and Games, published by Dick & Fitzgerald, 1864. The book features a red decorative cover with gilt lettering and 600 illustrations. In good condition. See store for details.
Tales to Astonish
Our Northbrook/Greenbriar HPB has recently acquired a rare #40 Tales to Astonish, published in 1963. This comic which ran from 1959-1968 featured characters such as Ant-Man, Giant-Man, Sub-Mariner and the Hulk. The series officially became The Incredible Hulk with issue #102 in 1968. It was written primarily by editor-in-chief Stan Lee and his brother, Larry Lieber and featured art by Jack Kirby. See store for details.
Michael Jackson: The Making of Thriller
Looking for the perfect gift for the pop star in your life? Our Northbrook/Greenbriar HPB has recently acquired Michael Jackson: The Making of Thriller, by Douglas Kirkland. This deluxe edition with a limited edition photo and Lucite box is an illustrated tribute to the King of Pop and his groundbreaking music video. This book features more than 200 exclusive, behind-the-scenes photographs of the artist on set during the 1983 production of the Grammy award winning video directed by John Landis. See store for details.
De Kooning Drawings
Our Northbrook/Greenbriar HPB has recently acquired De Kooning Drawings, compiled by Thomas Hess. Published in 1972 by Paul Bianchi/ New York Graphic Society, this is a beautiful large format collection of abstract expressionist Willem de Kooning's drawings. This copy is in very good condition. See store for details.
Hoosier Boy Greenfield Edition
Check out our Northbrook/Greenbriar HPB for a signed limited and numbered "Greenfield" edition of Hoosier Boy: James Whitcomb Riley by Minnie Belle Mitchell. Published in 1942 by Bobbs Merrill, this copy is in good condition. Mitchell tells the story of the Greenfield born famous Indiana poet, James Whitcomb. See store for details.
The Bon Vivant's Companion, edited by Herbert Asbury
Our Northbrook/Greenbriar HPB has recently acquired The Bon Vivant or How to Mix Drinks, by Professor Jerry Thomas and edited by Herbert Asbury, author of The Gangs of New York. This edition was printed in 1928 by Alfred A. Knopf and features many of the drinks made popular by Jerry Thomas in his original bartender's guide of 1862. This copy is a true gem in good condition with dust jacket. See store for details.