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Happy 2018!

Thank you all for your support of Mrs. Dalloway's in 2017, a year in which we offered more than 100 in-store author events, served as a welcoming post-election gathering spot, and raised more than $6,000 for East Bay schools. Our staff of knowledgeable and friendly booksellers are looking forward to seeing you all in the new year, helping you find your next new book or great gift. 

Please note we are adjusting our hours slightly for the month of January:

Sundays: 11am - 5pm

Mondays:  10am - 6pm

Tuesday through Saturday: 10am - 8pm 
(with the exception of January 11th and January 25th, when we'll be open until 9pm for author readings).  

Mrs. Dalloway's Little Library — It's a Hit!            









Help start a library for the young reader in your life with Mrs. Dalloway’s Little Library subscription service! Tell us the age of the child you’re shopping for and a little about his or her interests, then let us choose one book to send each month that will surprise and delight. Our team includes a children’s librarian, an experienced kids-book buyer, and a new mom.  Rather than relying on the old classics, we are all devoted to finding the best new titles and rediscovering hidden gems. Our aim is to send stories that excite children’s interest in books and energize the adults who read with them. Each month we’ll send you an email with information about the book we’ve sent, and your recipient will get a new story, beautifully packaged and ready to read over and over again. For more information, email us, give us a call, or come by the store.

Board books:
3 months: $50
 6 months: $100           
12 months: $200
Hardcover Picture Books:
3 months: $75
6 months: $150
12 months: $300
Price includes tax, wrapping, and shipping.



Next Event

presents Himalaya Bound: One Family's Quest to Save Their Animals and an Ancient Way of Life.

Purchase Himalaya Bound to reserve your seat in advance by speaking to one of our booksellers (510.704.8222), or ordering through our online store.

"A powerful and moving story of travel, mountain culture and human relationships. His writing is sensitive, insightful, and unsparing and reveals the complex and tenuous lives of migrant people and their deep connection to a forest environment. In the best tradition of writers like Bruce Chatwin and Gretel Ehrlich, Himalaya Bound recounts a multi-layered journey into uncertain terrain, where no GPS would dare to wander.--Stephen Alter, author of Becoming a Mountain

Thursday, January 25, 2018 - 7:30pm
Himalaya Bound: One Family's Quest to Save Their Animals?and an Ancient Way of Life Cover Image
ISBN: 9781681776224
Availability: Most titles are on our shelves or avaialble within 1-2 days
Published: Pegasus Books - January 2nd, 2018

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