Favorites: next to restaurants, bookstores, especially those with both new and used books—or maybe even ones with just used books (like the one at the Ann Arbor Public Library). So many books, so hard to choose. My philosophy: pick out ten, or maybe twelve. Then cull the stack down to three or four. Much less guilt than starting with three or four new books and buying all of them. Of course, if the books are used, and if they cost a dollar each (hardback), fifty cents (paperback)…no need to agonize. Just buy and gloat about what you have saved.