Books / Bibles

At Hackman's, what is most important is finding the Bible that is right for you. That may depend on your denomination, and even what you want it for. "We have many fine Bibles and Bibles people give as gifts.", says Joe Hackman. "There are Bibles for young children and young adults... Bibles for study and comparison and even Bible computer programs."

Hackman's carries a large selection of Bibles for every need which range from $5 to $200. The books can be leather bound and embossed in gold or silver to make the Bible even more personal. There are various cover designs and colors. Buying a Bible can be as intimate as shopping for clothes.

Hackman's has the expertise and the thoughtful staff to help guide anyone to some of the most popular or some of the most traditional Bibles available today.

Fiction and Non-Fiction:
Hackmans carries a selection of Fiction and Non-Fiction books for Adults, Children and Young Adults. Come in today to browse our hundreds of options today!

Hackman's would be happy to help you choose devotionals just for you! Please visit our store to view the entire selection! We would be happy to help you!

Our extensive journal offerings include: Prayer Journals, Leather Journals, Pocket Journals, Gift Journals, Teen Journals, Notebooks, and ECO Journals.

Hackman's has hundreds of children's book titles, including the beloved VeggieTales series. Children love coming to Hackman's, not only for the great selection of books and toys, but they LOVE the play area, which is fully supplied with their favorite toys and books. This allows for happy parents who can shop and enjoy our store while their children enjoy our play area!

Hackman's offers a large selection of Spanish books and specialty items in store!

Amish Fiction:
The attraction of the simple life. Those of us who grow up in Pennsylvania or the patchwork of communities stretching well into the midwestern states, have been influenced, event in a subtle way, by the Amish.

Hackman's carries a full line of Amish Fiction books by Cindy Woodsmall. The themes of these stories are about accepting one another. From an outside view, it's easy to think of Amish life as simple and quaint. But, an insider view shows lives of drama, too.