These independent San Francisco bookstores reflect not just the owners’ personalities but your own.
The Latino Family Literacy Program at Dan Mini Elementary School is aiming to bring parents and kids together through books.
An appeals court has overturned a judge’s decision to release a defendant in a Richmond sting operation on the condition that he write book reports.
An author may have specific ideas about how a reader should enjoy his or her work. In San Francisco, a group is taking an unusual tact on how literature might be enjoyed.
A man charged in an undercover sting operation in Richmond that ended in gunfire has been ordered released on bond on the condition that he read and write book reports.
Be inspired to read by joining one of the many book clubs on the Peninsula. Here are five clubs open to new members.
The San Jose City Council is expected to approve a recommendation Tuesday by the mayor to open new libraries. The suggestion would target libraries that have already been built, but have been shuttered because of budget cuts.
Looking for something for kids to read besides Harry Potter? Award-winning Bay Area children’s writer Karen English recommends some of her all-time favorites.
The independent bookstore has practically gone the way of mix tapes and dial-up in the United States, many having been gobbled up by chains and Internet booksellers. However, in the Bay Area the spirit of independent bookstores lives on. If you’re a book-lover and coming to the South Bay, check out these favorites