You probably have never seen a bookstore like this. The New York Times called it "a beacon of light in the pall of blight."
The Book Corner is just over 90 years old. Jeffery Morrow's dad took over in 1962 and then Jeffery brought the place in 2001. He moved it to it's current spot on Main Street in Niagara Falls and then started to expand. Today it fills three floors with new books, used books and antique books.
Jeffery runs the place with his wife Teresa and the company of their two cats. There's a performance venue on the third floor. Jefferey says one employee estimated that there are 19 miles of books here.
Jeffery says "there's no other bookstore like this from here to New York City." You can find more information at their website.