Bent Pages is a locally owned and operated bookstore and coffeeshop in Houma, Lousiana. The store is run by owners Molly and Kay, who are often on hand to assist overwhelmed shoppers. We sell new and used books, both popular and local works. We serve lunch in the coffeeshop daily.



Hours of Operation

Mon – Fri  10:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Sat            10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Lunch        11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Sunday      Closed

Closed on major holidays and for special events.

Payment Options

We accept payment in the form of cash, check, or all major credit cards.  A small fee is assessed when paying with credit card at the check-out counter.

Store credit can be used to pay for some of your used book purchases. To earn store credit you can trade in your used books or audio books.
To Learn More Read Our Policies Page

We Can Order & Reserve Books

If we don’t have a book you want, we can order one for you!  We can order new books or used books if you prefer and if they aren’t available new. Books usually arrive within a week.  New releases can be pre-ordered and we do our best to seek out rare and out of print books to get you the best price. We can reserve used books if we don’t have what you are looking for so that if it is traded in you can get first chance at it.

Gift Certificates

We sell gift certificates which are good for anything in our store! They never expire. Please ask for more information at the check-out counter.

Grab Bags

We have grab bags in many of our book sections. These are a big bargain and never come off of credit.


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Book Signing May 10, 2014

On May 10th, we will welcome local authors Tina DeSalvo and Stella Barcelona to Bent Bages Bookstore & Coffeeshop for a book signing.  We have copies of their books, Elli by Tina DeSalvo and Deceived by Stella Barcelona available for purchase. Elli Morenelli …



October Book Club Meeting

At the October 14th book club meeting, many people felt that Blood Gospel was inconsistent. It had good action at times but dragged on at other times and also had inconsistency in style throughout. Everyone liked Seventh Victim by Mary …