12419 Cedar Rd, Cleveland Heights, OH 44106
(216) 791-2665

Store Hours:

Tuesday and Wednesday, 10 am – 6 pm

Thursday and Friday, 10 am – 8 pm

Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm

Sunday and Monday, closed



New & Noteworthy

In The News

Appletree Books was profiled in an article written by Nikki Delamotte on Cleveland.Com.  The article discussed the history of the store and the recent expansion. Click here to read the article!

May Store Window - Hopewell

Hopewell is a therapeutic farm community located in Middlefield that serves adults who have been diagnosed with a mental illness.  May is Mental Health Month, and Appletree is pleased to display art and other products produced by the residents of Hopewell.

The items in the window are for sale, and the proceeds help support the work of Hopewell.

Art Exhibit

Tuesday May 2nd – Saturday, June 3rd

Exhibit of Prints, Paintings and Ceramics by James McNamara and Meg McNamara

James is a Cleveland Heights painter, printmaker and art educator; he will exhibit recent handmade prints and paintings. Meg will display her ceramic work alongside her father. She is a third-year drawing major at the Cleveland Institute of Art.

Coming in June ... Store Window

In June, our store window will feature the Achievement Centers for Children, which work with the families of childen with disabilities to provide programming and access to community benefits

Coming in June ... Mavec Collections

During June, we will feature the artwork of painter and designer Madeline Mavec, creator of the Mavec Collections

Book Review: Prince Charles: The Passions and Paradoxes of an Improbable Life

A new book from Random House is Sally Bedell Smith’s Prince Charles:  The Passions and Paradoxes of an Improbable Life. Bedell is an experienced biographer and brings to her work substantial research transformed by a pleasing style into interesting stories. Prince Charles (the man who would be king) is not Ms Bedell’s first foray into the lives of members of the British royal family, and so we have also the advantage of her earlier labors in this story about the prince. I read an earlier biography of Prince Charles years ago, and his story just keep getting more interesting as he approaches his ultimate purpose in life. A life growing and maturing, suffering disappointments, making mistakes, achieving successes, all in a very big and clear fish bowl, must be extremely difficult. Prince Charles is still living this life. Read how.

 – Michael

Le Cracker

Appletree is carrying wonderful hand-made crackers made by Le Cracker. Made in Cleveland Heights with Ohio-grown, stone milled grains and wild yeast sourdough.  Delicious with soups, cheeses, and jams of all kinds, or all on their own. $9/bag!