Japanese American Internment Camp Experiences in WWII

After December 7, 1941, the United States went to war with the invader and with itself. Almost overnight strident voices incessantly clamored that everyone with different names and faces were fifth columnists ready to stab America in the back with disloyal acts. Many feared more attacks and every unexplained flash of light or anyone associated […]

New History of Sonoma available June 1

A delightful account of one of America’s most picturesque towns Sonoma, one of Northern California’s most desirable places to live and a popular tourist destination, combines small-town charm, a colorful past, and wonderful food and wine. Generously illustrated with period photographs, A Short History of Sonoma traces Sonoma’s story from the early Native American inhabitants […]

Finalists Announced for 82nd California Book Awards

Poetry, Young Adult, Juvenile, First Fiction, Fiction, and Nonfiction

                                                                                         SAN FRANCISCO – […]