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Broadsides of local and international poets.

Eureka Books is exhibiting broadsides of local poets, Jerry Martien and Jim Dodge, along with international writers such as Margaret Atwood and Thich Nhat Hanh, and local artist Amy Uyeki, through April.

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Quilt books galore

THIS JUST IN: Quilt books.  Lots and lots of quilt books. Tell your crafty friends. To name just a few of the titles: Quilting with Style: Principles for Great Pattern Design Quilts from the Quiltmaker’s Gift: 20 Traditional Patterns for a New Generation of Generous Quiltmakers 70 Classic Quilting Patterns: Ready-to-Use Designs and Instructions (Dover […]

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New Book on the 1964 Flood

With California locked in a severe drought, a new book looks back 50 years to a different extreme event. The 1964 Flood of Humboldt and Del Norte by local authors Greg Rumney and Dave Stockton, Jr. features hundreds of photos of the Great Christmas Flood of the Eel and Klamath Rivers. First came several feet of […]

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The Economics of Used Books, part 1

The first of an infrequent series of bookstore economics Due to the number of spam comments we receive, we’ve had to turn off comments, but feel free to visit our home page and send an email. A couple of years before he died, Peter Howard of Serendipity Books, in Berkeley, was hired to appraise a […]

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Eureka Books December Arts Alive Celebration

Eureka Books’ Annual Celebration of Local Writers! Humboldt County is in for a treat on December 7 during Arts Alive. Eight local authors will be at Eureka Books. December Arts Alive Schedule 6-7 p.m.: Alex Service and Susan O’Hara, Northwestern Pacific Railroad Eureka to Willits, and Wendy Lestina, Our Story: The Ferndale Museum Collected Issues […]

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Cool Stuff from Serendipity

Since the story ran in the Tri-City Weekly, we’ve had a lot of requests about what we brought back from Serendipity Books, in Berkeley. I have to say, the interest caught us a bit unprepared. But we’re making an effort to pull some of the cool and interesting stuff out of boxes and to put […]

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Autumn in Old Town

Fall colors are spilling along the street outside Eureka Books.

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Serendipity Sale Parking Update

NOVEMBER 15 UPDATE: SALE IS OVER. ALL MERCHANDISE IS SOLD Parking will be tight at Serendipity during the sale. The store in on the edge of a residential parking zone, but if you stay to the east of the shop, you should be fine parking in the neighborhoods (but read the signs carefully). There is […]

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Serendipity Sale Schedule Update

NOVEMBER 15 UPDATE: SALE IS OVER. ALL MERCHANDISE IS SOLD The schedule of the sale (accurate as of 11/4/13; subject to revision): For the most up-to-date information, follow the sale on Facebook. All posts about the sale are here. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. No returns or refunds.

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Breaking the Bad News

Anyone who has been a bookseller longer than five minutes has had to find a way to break the bad news that someone’s family heirlooms have no value. Among Peter Howard’s files at Serendipity Books, I found this priceless letter from Peter to an insurance company. A family in Berkeley had a water leak and […]

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