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There are 89 "Little Libraries" within 25 miles.

Local venues

50 Oak St., San Francisco, CA 94102
1453 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94103
The Green Arcade (0.2 miles)
1680 Market St, San Francisco, California 94102-5949
1349 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94103
325 Hayes Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Isotope (0.2 miles)
326 Fell Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
1 José Sarria Court (near 16th St. & upper Market St.), San Francisco, CA 94114
334 Gough Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
30 Grove Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
100 Larkin Street (at Grove Street) - Civic Center, San Francisco, CA 94102
Veterans Building Fourth Floor, 401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102
Electric Works (0.4 miles)
130 8th St., San Francisco, CA 94103
200 Larkin St., San Francisco, CA 94102
300 Page Street, San Francisco, California 94102
200 McAllister Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
601 Van Ness, San Francisco, CA 94102
Stormy Leather (0.5 miles)
1158 Howard St., San Francisco, CA 94121
Prelinger Library (0.5 miles)
301 8th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Scanners (0.5 miles)
312 Valencia Street, San Francisco, California 94103
1111 Gough St, San Francisco, CA 94109
Aardvark Books (0.7 miles)
227 Church Street, San Francisco, CA 94114
1109 Geary Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94109
Needles and Pens (0.8 miles)
3253 16th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
444 Natoma Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Libros Latinos (0.8 miles)
2141 Mission Street, San Fransisco, CA

Local events

Nov
28
Roy Choi will be promoting L.A. Son
Omnivore Books on Food, Friday, November 28 at 6:30pm
Roy Choi will be promoting L.A. Son (added from HarperCollins)
Nov
29
Kat Beyer
Book Passage, Saturday, November 29 at 00am
Kat Beyer (The Demon Catchers of Milan, The Demon Catchers of Milan #2: The Halcyon Bird) (added from Random House)
Dec
1
Bollywood Dance
The Reading Bug, Monday, December 1 at 7pm
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Pre-K: Tues. & Thurs. at 11AM Babies & Toddlers: Wed. at 11AM Newborns: Fri. at 11AM All Ages: Sat. at 11AM

Stories & Free Crafts (Ages 3+): Sun. at 11AM Chickies Puppet Show with author Janee Trasler!(1 day) Prenatal Fitness with Patty(4 days) Bollywood Dance(4 days) more About Kobo eBooks Browse eBooks (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Dec
2
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City Lights Books, Tuesday, December 2 at 7pm
Dec
3
Gregg Herken
Book Passage, Wednesday, December 3 at 7pm
Gregg Herken (The Georgetown Set)

Gregg Herken is professor emeritus of modern American diplomatic history at the University of California and the author of Brotherhood of the Bomb, Cardinal Choices, Counsels of War, and The Winning Weapon. He and his family live in Santa Cruz, California. (added from Random House)
Dec
4
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
Green Apple Books, Thursday, December 4 at 7pm
Dec
5
Larkspur- Kids' Pajama Party with Jon Agee
Diesel, a bookstore - Oakland, Friday, December 5 at 6pm
Diesel, A Bookstore welcomes Jon Agee back to the store as our guest bedtime book author on Friday, December 5th at 6pm.

Pull on your PJs and bring your teddy bear to the bookstore! Author Jon Agee will be here to read you a bedtime story. Get cozy in front of the fireplace, listen to a story or two, have some milk and cookies, get your books signed, and then head home for bed.Everyone knows Santa Claus: his merry laugh, his fashionable winterwear, his penchant for milk and cookies, his teams of elves and reindeer who assist him in his mammoth, once-a-year task. But what we don't know is how Santa became Santa. For example, did you know about his siblings: Larry, Mary, Willy, Millie, Joey, and Zoe? Or that his unique method of entry, chimney-sliding, is because it's fun? Just in time for the holiday season, Jon Agee's delightful new book shows us what Santa was like as a child. Jon Agee is the creator of many acclaimed books for children, including the New York Times Best Illustrated Book Terrific, and ALA Notable Books Milo's Hat Trick and The Incredible Painting of Felix Clousseau. He lives in San Francisco with his wife, Audrey, and their Havanese puppy, Charlotte.

Location: Street: DIESEL, A Bookstore in Larkspur Additional: Marin Country Mart, 2419 Larskspur Landing Circle City: Marin, Province: California Postal Code: 94939 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Dec
6
Jean-Pierre Moullé, Denise Lurton Moullé
Diesel abook store - Larkspur, Saturday, December 6 at 00am
Jean-Pierre Moullé (French Roots)
Denise Lurton Moullé (French Roots) (added from Random House)
Dec
6
Educator Shopping Holiday Event
Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Hillsdale, Saturday, December 6 at 09am
Educator Event, Special Event (added from Barnes & Noble)
Dec
6
Educator Holiday Shopping Event!!
Educator Event, Special Event Educators from pre-K through 12 are invited to a special holiday shopping event on December 6! Educators will receive 25% off classroom and personal purchases. Don't miss out on special offers! Call or come in to ask a bookseller for more details. (added from Barnes & Noble)
Dec
6
Clint Hill
Book Passage, Saturday, December 6 at 7pm
Clint Hill is a retired United States Secret Service agent who will forever be remembered for his courageous actions in the presidential motorcade during the John F. Kennedy assassination. Assigned to protect Jacqueline Kennedy, Hill remained with Mrs. Kennedy and the children for one year after the tragedy. Proudly and humbly serving five presidents—Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, and Ford—Hill rose through the ranks of the most elite protective force in the world, during the tumultuous time that encompassed the Vietnam War, the assassinations of JFK, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Robert F. Kennedy, and Watergate. He retired in 1975 as Assistant Director, United States Secret Service, responsible for all protective forces. In 2012, he penned his remarkable memoir, Mrs. Kennedy and Me, which became a #1 New York Times bestseller. (added from Simon & Schuster)… (more)
Dec
6
Clint Hill
Book Passage, Saturday, December 6 at 7pm
Clint Hill is a retired United States Secret Service agent who will forever be remembered for his courageous actions in the presidential motorcade during the John F. Kennedy assassination. Assigned to protect Jacqueline Kennedy, Hill remained with Mrs. Kennedy and the children for one year after the tragedy. Proudly and humbly serving five presidents—Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, and Ford—Hill rose through the ranks of the most elite protective force in the world, during the tumultuous time that encompassed the Vietnam War, the assassinations of JFK, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Robert F. Kennedy, and Watergate. He retired in 1975 as Assistant Director, United States Secret Service, responsible for all protective forces. In 2012, he penned his remarkable memoir, Mrs. Kennedy and Me, which became a #1 New York Times bestseller. (added from Simon & Schuster)… (more)
Dec
7
Thanissara, Kittisaro
First Unitarian Universalist Church, Sunday, December 7 at 7pm
Thanissara (Listening to the Heart)
Kittisaro (Listening to the Heart) (added from Random House)
Dec
8
Bollywood Dance
The Reading Bug, Monday, December 8 at 7pm
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Pre-K: Tues. & Thurs. at 11AM Babies & Toddlers: Wed. at 11AM Newborns: Fri. at 11AM All Ages: Sat. at 11AM

Stories & Free Crafts (Ages 3+): Sun. at 11AM Chickies Puppet Show with author Janee Trasler!(1 day) Prenatal Fitness with Patty(4 days) Bollywood Dance(4 days) more About Kobo eBooks Browse eBooks (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Dec
9
Jane O'Connor will be promoting Fancy Nancy: Nancy Clancy Sees the Future
The Reading Bug, Tuesday, December 9 at unknown time
Jane O'Connor will be promoting Fancy Nancy: Nancy Clancy Sees the Future (added from HarperCollins)
Dec
9
Gary Vaynerchuk will be promoting Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook
Book Passage, Tuesday, December 9 at 7:30pm
Gary Vaynerchuk will be promoting Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook (added from HarperCollins)
Dec
9
Amy Tan will be promoting The Valley of Amazement
The Nourse Theater, Tuesday, December 9 at 7:30pm
Amy Tan will be promoting The Valley of Amazement (added from HarperCollins)
Dec
11
Rachael Ray
Books Inc. in Alameda, Thursday, December 11 at 7pm
Rachael Ray is a wildly successful career as a syndicated TV star, an iconic Food Network TV personality, bestselling cookbook author, founder and editorial director of her own lifestyle magazine, Every Day with Rachael Ray, and founder of the Yum-o! organization. (added from Simon & Schuster)
Dec
12
Larkspur- Holiday Storytime and Ornament Making with LeUyen Pham
Diesel, a bookstore - Oakland, Friday, December 12 at 6pm
Diesel, A Bookstore in Larkspur welcomes LeUyen Pham to the store to read from her new holiday book, The Twelve Days of Christmas, on Friday, December 12th at 6pm. Join in on the fun as LeUyen shows you how to make your own ornament that you can take home. This craft event is for ages 5-8. This dazzling rendition of the classic Christmas song features the musical notation and a history of the cherished song. And for a Christmas surprise, readers can turn over the book's jacket and find a gorgeous poster showing all the gifts. LeUyen Pham is the prolific and bestselling illustrator of many books for children, and she has also written and illustrated her own works, including All the Things I Love About You and Big Sister, Little Sister. She lives with her husband and two sons in San Francisco.

Location: Street: DIESEL, A Bookstore in Larkspur Additional: Marin Country Mart, 2419 Larskspur Landing Circle City: Marin, Province: California Postal Code: 94939 Country: United States (added from IndieBound)
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Dec
13
Amy Tan will be promoting The Valley of Amazement
Book Passage, Saturday, December 13 at 7pm
Amy Tan will be promoting The Valley of Amazement (added from HarperCollins)
Dec
13
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
Make-Out Room, Saturday, December 13 at 7:30pm
Dec
15
Frank Portman
Book Passage, Monday, December 15 at 6pm
Frank Portman (Andromeda Klein, King Dork, King Dork Approximately)

“Why did you decide to write a Young Adult Novel?” That's usually the first question you get when someone learns you have written a book like King Dork. One way to respond is to say: "I've only written the one book. But I've read… several." Said in the right way, it can be pretty funny. You pause, make your eyes go a bit wry, yet serious, and slightly emphasize the word "several." See, "several" sounds like too few books to have read when you're going around saying you're an author. But of course, the questioner thinks, he could be kidding. Couldn't he? If things go according to plan, the next question will be: "What is your favorite book you've ever read?" You can answer with a question of your own: "you mean all the way through?" Then look a bit stumped. With any luck, the original question will have been forgotten by then, and you can go back to whatever you were doing.But I'm going to break with my usual policy here and be perfectly honest: the reason for trying to wriggle out of that question by acting like an idiot is that I don't know the answer. It's not like I "decided" to write a YA novel. The way it happened was, I had misspent pretty much my entire life writing songs for my punk rock band. I had a cult following. One former cult member became a literary agent when he grew up (they do that sometimes - grow up, I mean) and he had the idea that the sort of characters, themes, and turns of phrase that pop up in my songs of arrested adolescent angst might make a pretty good book. I was skeptical but I said I'd give it a shot. I procrastinated for a long, long time. Then one day I started typing and, somehow, through a process I neither understand nor even really remember all that well, the stuff I was typing turned into a novel about a teenager. And, voilà, (if, voilà is the right word), I became a YA novelist. Actually, voilà is definitely not the right word, because it took almost two years in the end, and it was kind of hard. It was like watching grass grow while hitting your head against a rock.To continue the unfamiliar technique of being perfectly honest, I'll admit something else: I have, in fact, read a lot more than several YA novels. Like many kids with no friends, I spent a whole lot of time reading. I mean, books were my friends, and I would commune with them in the hallowed halls of my Imagination. Not really - that was a kind of joke. But I had a lot of time on my hands, and what else are you going to do when there's nothing on TV? Like most people, I began flirting with the YA genre by reading the sexy books that I was supposed to be too young for, particularly the ones about girls (there weren't actually all that many sexy ones concerning boys) as a kind of research project for a potential future career as a Great Lover of Women. Most of what I imagined I learned about girls and human relationships from these books, admittedly, turned out to be almost wholly inaccurate, but never mind. Then, when I was the age you're supposed to be when you read teen lit, I tended to avoid it and read "adult books" and "classics" instead. Then as an older teenager, I worked at the local public library. That job was, once again, like being a kid with no friends, in that I tended to have a lot of time on my hands. So, for something to do in the down time, I assigned myself a little project of reading every book in the Children's Fiction section, from beginning to end, in alphabetical order. I didn't love them all, but I loved a lot of them. (My favorites were darker, psychological studies like those of Robert Cormier, or ultra-wacky stuff like Ellen Raskin—but I gave everything a shot.) I continued to read YA books through my alleged adulthood. And now I read them not only for enjoyment and what I think they call "enrichment," but also out of professional interest, i.e., checking out the competition. I have been too young, too old, then way too old, but in a lifetime of doing things I'm technically not supposed to do, few forbidden experiences have been as powerful, as inspiring, or as cool as this habit of always reading the wrong books. And now I'm writing them, too. Long live age-inappropriateness. (added from Random House)… (more)
Dec
15
Bollywood Dance
The Reading Bug, Monday, December 15 at 7pm
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Pre-K: Tues. & Thurs. at 11AM Babies & Toddlers: Wed. at 11AM Newborns: Fri. at 11AM All Ages: Sat. at 11AM

Stories & Free Crafts (Ages 3+): Sun. at 11AM Chickies Puppet Show with author Janee Trasler!(1 day) Prenatal Fitness with Patty(4 days) Bollywood Dance(4 days) more About Kobo eBooks Browse eBooks (added from IndieBound)… (more)
Dec
16
Randi Zuckerberg will be promoting Dot Complicated
The Commonwealth Club of California, Tuesday, December 16 at 6pm
Randi Zuckerberg will be promoting Dot Complicated (added from HarperCollins)
Dec
18
Kathy Eldon will be promoting In the Heart of Life
Book Passage, Thursday, December 18 at 7pm
Kathy Eldon will be promoting In the Heart of Life (added from HarperCollins)
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