Kepler’s

The internationally acclaimed fiction writer Mohsin Hamid visits for an online event, in conversation with journalist-in-residence Angie Coiro on Thursday, June 25 at 7:30 pm. Join Kepler’s and the Menlo Park Library for Community Reads @ Home. The whole Menlo Park community is coming together to read the same book, participate in discussions with friends and neighbors, and develop a greater understanding of our human condition. Find more information about the program. RSVP to the event.

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Latest updates and re-openings plus some Mother’s Day suggestions

Here’s an update about new offerings, re-openings and some Mother’s Day suggestions. From Praveen Madan of Kepler’s Books: “We are super excited to announce the launch of a new Community Reads @ Home program in partnership with our fellow book nerds at the Menlo Park Library. We invite you to join us in reading one […]

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Updates on local offerings and needs during week six of shelter-in-place

How nice to see Mercedes, Juan and staff at Ladera Garden and Gifts this morning and learn that they are now taking email/phone orders. Here’s what you need to know: “Email your order to [email protected] or call 650-854-3850. Our new business hours for curbside pick up and delivery ONLY are Tuesday-Saturday from 10am to 4pm.” […]

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Ari Rosenschein returns to boyhood haunt, Kepler’s, to take part in “Story is the Thing”

What better way to kick off the summer than listening to a group of emerging voices and established writers at Kepler’s? The bookstore’s quarterly Story is the Thing event will take place on Thursday, June 20, and feature among the authors, Ari Rosenschein, who grew up reading paperbacks sprawled on the bookstore’s floor. “That was when […]

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Guy Kawasaki pens Wise Guy to share the wisdom he’s learned over the years

What’s more improbable: Growing up on Oahu and never surfing or taking the sport up for the first time when you’re 62? Well-known Silicon Valley marketeer  Guy Kawasaki lays claim to both. Then there’s the fact that the respected author of  15 books got a C+ in ninth grade English (although he did progress enough […]

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Temple Grandin talks about her new book at Kepler’s Literary Foundation event

In an appearance sponsored by Kepler’s Literary Foundation, Dr. Temple Grandin was in Menlo Park last week talking about her latest book, Calling All Minds, and her life in general, taking questions from a sold-out audience that included elementary and middle school children at the Hillview Performing Arts Center. The author of numerous books, Temple […]

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Menlo College Provost Terri Givens brings her knowledge of immigration policy to the classroom – and to Kepler’s

Dr. Terri Givens, Provost of Menlo College, is back where her undergraduate education began. She attended Stanford where she ran track for two years, studied international security and arms control under Condoleeza Rice, and graduated in 1987 with a degree in international relations. “To be living back here is a dream for me,” said the […]

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Author Donia Bijan turns to fiction in a novel set in her native Iran

As Donia Bijan explains it, she carried around “the story in my head” for years before starting to write her first novel, The Last Days of Café Leila, which will be launched at Kepler’s on April 20. “The main characters came to me almost fully formed,” she says. “They’re lots of people I knew distilled into […]

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Jamaican musician Ziggy Marley stops at Kepler’s to promote his new cookbook

In conjunction with the release of his latest book, Jamaican musician Ziggy Marley spoke at Kepler’s last Wednesday to discuss his love of family, food, and music. His new cookbook, Ziggy Marley and Family Cookbook, includes recipes for Jamaican and Ital food inspired by his childhood. “The cookbook is not just about me,” he explains, as […]

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Local author Barry Eisler will debut his new thriller at Kepler’s

Menlo Park-based author Barry Eisler has launched every single book he’s ever written at Kepler’s Books, and it’s time for lucky number thirteen. Eisler’s new standalone thriller, Livia Lone, is an incredible ride that may be his darkest and grittiest novel yet. Seattle PD sex crimes detective Livia Lone knows the monsters she hunts. Sold […]

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Jazzy tribute to Dr. Herb Wong at Kepler’s with launch of new book

The launch of a new book, Jazz On My Mind, Sunday afternoon (8/7) at Kepler’s, celebrated Dr. Herb Wong’s life-long love of jazz. Friends and jazz fans from throughout the Bay Area were treated to readings from the book by co-author Paul Fingerote, former marketing director of the Monterey Jazz Festival, and to several jazz […]

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