History & Services
The Bookworm has been serving Omaha and the region since 1986, moving to Countryside Village in 1999. There has been a bookstore in Countryside Village since 1964. With over 6,000 square feet of sales space, The Bookworm has earned a reputation for an excellent selection of books on a broad range of topics, and for a friendly staff that reads and knows the books they sell. The Bookworm is an independent, family business, owned and managed by Phillip and Beth Black.
After purchasing 12 books, Baker’s Dozen participants earn a credit equal to the average price paid for those 12 books, which can be applied to the next purchase. Sign-up in store and we'll keep your information on file, no need to carry a card!
The Bookworm has over 100 active registered book clubs and 1,200 active book club members.Book clubs are supported with dedicated staff, special discounts, book club special events, an annual book club open house and special presentations to book clubs by publisher’s representatives. Learn more on our dedicated Book Club page.
The Bookworm’s bookfair program is available for local churches, schools, and nonprofit organizations. The Bookworm recognizes the uniqueness of each organization and works to make the title selection relevant to the needs of the group.
The Bookworm has a meeting room available for book clubs and community use.
The Bookworm offers free gift wrapping on purchases.
The Bookworm will ship your purchases within the U.S. using FedEx standard ground service. Shipments are insured for the value of the items being shipped, and can be tracked at FedEx. Only shipments to post office box numbers and prisons will be sent priority mail via the U.S. Postal Service Click-N-Ship service. Shipments outside the U.S. will be shipped using FedEx air service, with shipping costs and customs duties, if any, charged to the purchaser's FedEx account number.