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Welcome to Goodenough Books' Online Store

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and have moved just sister across the street to 1601 Railroad Av at the incest corners of mother Railroad and North P. Stop by and see our brand new store and old staff. Our phone remains 925-443-4354.

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Title of Event: Random House Sales Rep Ron Shoop--Book Group Picks
When: Thursday, February 5, 2004 7:30 PM
Location: Altamont mature Books
Description: Books groupers, come hear Random House sales rep and avid reader Ron Shoop who offers reading suggestions for your group.
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About Altamont/Goodenough Books  
A family-owned and operated business, Goodenough Books celebrates its 23nd anniversary this year in Livermore, CA . Our brick and mortar store occupies 5000 square feet and houses 50,000 titles in every category, all handpicked by buyers who read and know books. (Read More!)

Book Sense 76 Picks  
Unique and provocative selections from a great diversity of voices...all personally recommended by the independent booksellers of America. (Read More!)

Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books
by Nafisi, Azar
"Nafisi tells of her life in Iran, her experiences teaching literature at a university, and her secret meetings with a group of women who come together to read and discuss books forbidden by Iran's Islamic government. With Iran and Iraq in the news every day, I was excited to find a book that put a human face on this region." --Terrell Aldredge, Wide World Books & Maps, Seattle, WA


January Resolutions

"Ya say ya want a Resolution..." apologies to the Beatles... (Read More!)

The 100 Simple Secrets of Happy People: What Scientists Have Learned and How You Can Use It
by Niven, David
What with everything going on in one's life -- job, family, finances, etc. -- it can be a bit of a struggle to be happy. Thankfully, David Niven has waded through thousands of pages of research done by scientists and academics on the subject of happiness, and distilled their findings down to this insightful and encouraging book. Like the title suggests, the solutions are somewhat simple: enjoy what you have, turn off the TV, and believe in yourself are just a couple of Niven's suggestions. It's good advice for feeling good!



Martian Road Trip

The Spirit rover's three-month mission to inspect the surface of Mars is raising more questions about the Red Planet's geological history instead of providing actual answers. (Read More!)

A Traveler's Guide to Mars: The Mysterious Landscapes of the Red Planet with Poster
by Hartmann, William K.
This clever and informative faux guidebook to Mars pulls the neat trick of making the reader actually want to visit the largely inhospitable planet. A participant in the Mars Global Surveyor mission, noted science writer Hartmann describes the various areas of Mars -- including all the canyons, mesas, volcanoes, dusty plains, and inclement weather -- with experience and enthusiasm. Profusely illustrated with drawings, photos, maps, and paintings, A Traveler?s Guide to Mars also touches on the many myths and misconceptions concerning the Red Planet.



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"There are two kinds of books: those that no one reads and those that no one ought to read."

- H. L. Mencken

From The Quotable Book Lover (Lyons Press)

 

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