The truest truth.
It’s books like this that make me wish I had superhuman metabolism and a million friends with birthdays every day of the week. Buy it here.
The Bookcase <3s Jodi Picoult! Get your tickets for her March 15 talk now!
From sundown tonight to sundown tomorrow (March 1-2), it’s National Unplugging Day. To celebrate, we’re turning off all Chronicle social media for 24 hours so that we can all unplug and read.
Join us! Learn more here: http://nationaldayofunplugging.org/
Starting now and ending tomorrow at sundown is national unplug day. Sign the pledge, put down those iphones, and come pick up one of those ancient tombs called books that we sell. They’ll provide just as much entertainment, guaranteed.
Table of bookstore goodness.
"In October, the men and women of Sorrento harvest the primofiore, or ‘first flowering fruit,’ the most succulent lemons; in March, the ellow bianchetti ripen, followed in June by the green verdelli.”
As Valentine’s Day approaches, may we suggest some Drop Caps for that special someone in your life?
Happy Valentine’s Day, book lovers!
Such a cute way to gift these Penguin Drop Cap books for Valentine’s Day!
Jackie’s staff pick: “Francisco Goldman’s SAY HER NAME has been out for a while now. I just read it recently, however, and have been handselling it every chance I get. It is unbelievably heart wrenching, and I couldn’t put it down. I even went so far as to creepily facebook message the author afterward, telling him how much I loved it. I’ve never done that before. It’s hard to put in to words how beautiful it is, so I think you’ll just have to trust me on this one. Not necessarily a pick-me-up for Valentine’s day, but man will it make your heart ache.”