October 29 at 7PM. Join us and Dr. Brennan Spiegel as he discusses VRx with Tom Norris. Join the webinar here

Open Books

we're open
for in-store browsing
7 days a week / 10am - 6pm

But there are rules! Masks required the entire time during your shopping trip. A max of 6 customers at a time. Social distance! Be nice!

CURBSIDE PICKUP

Let us know if there's a book you'd like to pick up or if we should order a book for you to get at Chevalier's

ORDER ONLINE (WITH BOOKSHOP.ORG!)

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GIFT CARDS & MEMBERSHIPS

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JOIN A BOOK CLUB!

Our Chevalier's book clubs meet once a month and come in the Kids (ages 9 - 11), YA (ages 12+), Fiction, and Non-Fiction varieties. Sign up  to get updates about meetings or get book recommendations. 

fiction

ONLINE 08/19 at 6PM*

non-FICTION

ONLINE 06/18 at 6PM

KIDS

POSTPONED!

YA

ONLINE 09/13 at 4PM

* We've started hosting Zoom meetings for book clubs. Specific information to access each meeting will be sent out by book club leaders the week of. Stay up to date by joining a book club mailing list

Blue Smoke

PICK OF THE WEEK

LUSTER

by RAVEN LEILANI

"One of the freshest voices I've encountered in a novel in some months. There's something very generational about Leilani's prose, specifically of the Millennial generation. Something at once manic and also lethargic, precise in its descriptions and wishy-washy in its feelings. It's also, incidentally, laugh-out-loud funny, soulful, and a fantastic window into the edge of living that is life in 2020."

 - WILLIAM

 

ONLINE events

Missed an event? Never fear—the internet never forgets. Find recordings of our past events on Youtube account. Click here.

A Kingdom of Tender Colors by Seth Greenland

in conversation with Tom Lutz 

virtual event
Monday, Oct. 26
at 7:00PM

One unremarkable day at the age of 37 Seth Greenland finds himself in everyone's nightmare - a routine doctor visit, some swollen glands, a series of tests, a biopsy, and finally a diagnosis of an aggressive form of lymphatic cancer. A screenwriter and satirist with a blooming career in Hollywood, Seth has felt pretty good about his life until now; suddenly, the world has tipped on its axis.

VRx by Dr. Brennan Spiegel 

in conversation with Tom Norris

virtual event
Thursday, October 29
at 7:00PM

Brennan Spiegel has spent years studying the medical power of the mind, and in VRx he reveals a revolutionary new kind of care: virtual medicine. It offers the possibility of treating illnesses without solely relying on intrusive surgeries or addictive opioids.

Conspiracy in the Streets by Jon Wiener

in conversation with NPR's John Powers

virtual event
Friday, October 30
at 7:00PM

Reprinted to coincide with the release of the new Aaron Sorkin film, this book provides the political background of this infamous trial, narrating the utter craziness of the courtroom and revealing both the humorous antics and the serious politics involved. Opening at the end of 1969--a politically charged year at the beginning of Nixon's presidency and at the height of the anti-war movement--the Trial of the Chicago Seven (which started out as the Chicago Eight) brought together Yippies, antiwar activists, and Black Panthers to face conspiracy charges following massive protests at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, protests which continue to have remarkable contemporary resonance.

virtual event
Tuesday, Nov. 17
at 5:00PM

It’s clear that Martin Amis‘ life has been even more  wildly captivating as his novels.  In his new book, Inside Story, which he calls a “novelized autobiography.” Amis returns to his great influences in his life– to his beloved friend Christopher Hitchens, to his mentor and literary idol, Saul Bellow, and to the great poet, Philip Larkin. And of course to his father, Kingsley Amis. And there are of course the women and sex. 

Steve Martin. One of the funniest writers on the planet. One of the funniest actors on earth. A great musician. A wonderful composer and playwright. A television series creator. So why not tackle something new? In A Wealth of Pigeons, a book created with Harry Bliss, cartoonist for The New Yorker, Steve and Harry collaborate on one-panel cartoons and captions that are, not surprisingly, really really funny. Sign up here.

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