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BEN MCNALLY BOOKS Down­town book­store with comfy leather arm­chairs and el­e­gant wood fix­tures. Pick up im­pres­sive hard­cover cof­fee-ta­ble books and browse the well-stocked col­lec­tion of history, bi­ogra­phies and fic­tion avail­able at this up­scale bi­b­lio-bou­tique. Mon.-Sat. 366 Bay St., 416-361-0032. Map 1 K4 INDIGO A Cana­dian-owned chain of book­stores that stock an im­pres­sive se­lec­tion of books and mag­a­zines. An ex­pan­sive lifestyle depart­ment car­ries sta­tionery, bath, body and gourmet food prod­ucts, read­ing and of­fice ac­ces­sories, plus items for the home, ba­bies and kids. Open daily. Toronto Ea­ton Cen­tre, 220 Yonge St., 416-5913622 Map 1 J4; York­dale Shop­ping Cen­tre, 3401 Duf­ferin St., 416-781-6660; plus other lo­ca­tions. MA­BEL’S FABLES For nearly 30 years, this has been a des­ti­na­tion for young read­ers in the city, with all vol­umes ar­ranged in age de­part­ments from in­fant to young adult. Sto­ry­time ses­sions held in the store; call for a sched­ule. Open daily. 662 Mount Pleas­ant Rd., 416-322-0438. Map 1 B6 ma­bels­fa­ SWIPE BOOKS ON ADVERTISING & DE­SIGN Books on advertising, graphic and in­dus­trial de­sign and re­lated sub­jects. Also decor and of­fice ac­ces­sories de­signed by Ge­org Jensen, Al­var Aalto, Charles and Ray Eames. Mon.Sat. 401 Rich­mond St. W., 416-363-1332. Map 1 K2

Beau­ti­ful, flo­ral-ac­cented house­wares such as aprons, tea tow­els and glass­ware are on dis­play at AN­THRO­POLO­GIE (page 49) in Yorkville.

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