Do Book Readers Have Smarter Animals?


"...she is living in the house full of books" was the comment about a video of a cat climbing to leverage a door clasp. Thus motivated, let's look at bookstores in the SFV. Seen on the window of" Next Chapter Books" in Canoga Park, referencing Guttenberg

Next Chapter Books on Sherman Way in Canoga Park is owned by Boyd , a retired aerospace engineer and U.S. Air Force veteran.  Since 2006, he has carefully curated selection of historical, non-fiction, fiction, art and geographical books in stunning condition.  His wisdom and calm personality add more value to your shopping (or browsing) adventure. This comment on yelp sums up the reason to visit: " I truly regret not coming in sooner."

Edit- addition: A Facebook group article!  Canoga Park Small Business | Culture | History | Events In SFV | Next Chapter Books | Facebook

Posted outside of "Next Chapter Books"

David Kaye Books & Memorabilia on Ventura Blvd in Woodland Hills boasts of having over 15,000 books, some obtained when Sam’s Books in Encino closed.

The Open Book Store has two locations in the Valley and also in Simi and Canyon Country. They uniquely host local book authors to meet and greet readers. They boast of an inventory of 4,000,000 across their four locations!

Barnes & Noble is located in Calabasas, Studio City, and Burbank. The nationwide chain only sells new books and recently partnered with Paper Source to sell gift items in addition to their own featured items.  The store offers a membership with discounts and free shipping two of the most recognized benefits. 

Lastly if you want to venture towards downtown and where you will find Chevalier's Books, the oldest indie bookstore in Los Angeles.


"What do you expect she is living in the house full of books"

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