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HPB Mesquite

1645 N. Town East Blvd, Mesquite, TX 75150
(972) 686-0233

across from Town East Mall at E Emporium Circle


Store Hours
  • Mon - Sat 9 am - 10 pm
  • Sun 10 am - 8 pm
 

In-store Happenings

Meet Lance
Inside HPB
Meet Lance

"I believe that reading is the one activity in which anyone can participate to improve themselves. Every bit of knowledge in the Human experience has been captured in writing somewhere. Think about that. Every experience is captured in a book. That is the most powerful idea on the planet. That is why I love working for Half Price Books. Reading can change the world."


Lance
Mesquite Store Manager
Inside HPB
Did you know?
  • 1,011,187

    donated books to nonprofit groups so far this year.

    Find out more
  • Every single shelf in this store was built by our employees
  • 20,992
    Books bought last month
  • 2,993
    Yards of books, movies and music fill the bookstore
  • MAR 7

    12:00 PM

    Author Luncheon with Steve Berry

    Come enjoy lunch at Maggiano's Little Italy at NorthPark Center in Dallas with New York Times bestselling author Steve Berry! Steve will join readers for a lunchtime discussion and signing of his latest book The Malta Exchange on Thursday, March 7, at noon. Attendees are encouraged to arrive at or after 11 a.m. Purchase tickets here. See Facebook Event
  • APR 4

    7 - 9 PM

    A Conversation About the Courage of Speaking Up with Laurie Halse Anderson

    Join Half Price Books for a special event* at the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library on Thursday, April 4, at 7 p.m. featuring New York Times bestselling, award-winning author Laurie Halse Anderson in celebration of her new book, SHOUT. Anderson will be joined by a special guest in conversation regarding the effects of sexual assault and the courage it takes to come forward in todays society prior to signing copies of the book. Books will be sold as specially-priced new items while supplies last, and must be purchased via general admission ticketing or directly from event staff prior to entering the signing line.

    *This event is intended for mature audiences only.

    Purchase tickets here. See Facebook Event

  • TUE

    New Release Tuesdays

    Want to read it hot off the press? Brand new releases are in store each week from bestselling authors like James Patterson, David Baldacci, J.D. Robb, John Grisham, Bill O'Reily, Danielle Steel, John Green and many more!
  • 1ST SUN

    3 - 4 PM

    First Sunday Storytime

    Pack up your half-pint readers and come to your Mesquite HPB for Storytime Sunday. Sit down and enjoy a good tale and themed activity with us at 3 p.m. on the first Sunday of each month. Light snacks provided. Storytime recommended for kids ages 2 to 10.
  • EVERY DAY

    Sell to Us

    When you're finished enjoying your used books, music, movies and games, bring them to Half Price Books. We buy any time we're open. No appointment necessary. We'll make you a cash offer. Learn more about selling to us.

    SELLING TO HPB IS EASY:
    1 Bring all your stuff to our buy counter any time the store is open. You don't need an appointment. Ask for assistance, and we'll help you bring it inside.
    2 Our expert buyers will make you an offer for the entire lot of your items based on the condition, supply and demand.
    3 If you accept our offer, we'll give you cash on the spot. Feel free to take it and run, or use it to buy yourself something cool in the store.

  • 1ST & 3RD SAT

    7 - 9:30 PM

    Tabletop Game Night

    Join us and experience the fun of Tabletop Games on the first & third Saturday of the month from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at your Mesquite HPB. Tabletop games refer to board games, card games, dice games, miniature wargames, tile-based games and any game that is normally played on a table. All ages are invited to play our fun and family-friendly games. See store for details.
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