Welcome to Logos Books, a not-for-profit used books store in downtown Davis

January 14, 2010

2014 was a fantastic year for Logos Books: a total of $47,000 in total combined donations was made to Save the Children and Doctors without Borders. This brings our combined donations since we began to a grand total of $200,000!  

As we begin our sixth year as a not-for-profit second hand books store here in Davis, we would like to thank our many dedicated volunteers and, you, our valued customers, for your patronage and support.  

Susan and Peter Linz


Our Location:  513 Second Street, Davis 95616

Contact Us at: logosusedbooks@gmail.com

Phone: (530) 400-1083

Logos Books Celebrates 5 Years in Davis

February 21, 2015

IMG_1860 IMG_1861 IMG_1863 IMG_1865 IMG_1866 IMG_1869 IMG_1867Many thanks to all who came by this evening to wish us well, as we celebrated 5 years of selling used books in Davis, and making money for “Doctors without Borders” and “Save the Children”. We enjoyed chatting with all who dropped by, and were particularly pleased to see many of our steadfast volunteers who give so generously of their time and energy to us. Among those what have supported us over the years are David Campos and his coterie of musicians who often play at our evening events. Here are photos of his latest group “David Campos and Friends”, as well as a pot pourri of photos of the evening. Enjoy!

Joaquin Feliciano and Michael Musial Jam at Logos

February 14, 2015

IMG_1842 IMG_1846 IMG_1843Great music flowed tonight at Logos Books, with the voice and guitar of Joaquin Feliciano and the acoustic instrumental guitar of Michael Musial. A serendipitous moment when passerby Brenden jammed with them!
Lots of fun on Valentine’s Day Eve at Logos Books!

Bargain Books at Logos: this coming Monday, February 16th, 10 am-6 pm

February 11, 2015

50_off_rt_purpleOK Book Lovers, it’s back again!  This Monday, February 16th, we will be open to sell all of our books at half price. Yes, all books, inside and outside the store will cost you only half as much, and you can look forward to this bargain every third Monday of the month. We know that many of you await our sale day with anticipation, so this is a reminder to one and all that it is just around the corner.  Celebrate February: Bring your Valentine and buy a book!

Please note: books sold cannot be placed on hold, or, have been put on hold, prior to the sale date. 

Logos Books Celebrates 5 Years in Davis!

February 5, 2015

Birthday_Cake_clip_art_hightCome help us celebrate 5 years of used books, donations to “Doctors without Borders” and “Save the Children”, foreign language conversation groups, poetry readings, and art exhibits in Davis, with cake, lemonade and music from 6-9 pm on Friday, February 20th.  All are invited!

Spoke Magazine launches at Logos Books

January 30, 2015

IMG_1788 IMG_1789 IMG_1790 IMG_1791 IMG_1792 IMG_1793 IMG_1794 IMG_1795IMG_1787A reception for “Spoke Magazine” contributors and their friends was held last night at Logos Books, and free issues of the magazine were presented to participants, who also had the great pleasure of hearing the poetry and short stories read aloud. In addition, art work by DSHS students was on display. The beautifully edited first issue of what, one hopes, will be an ongoing publication of DSHS artists, was the responsibility of student Krystal Lau and teacher/advisor Kelly Wilkerson.
Drop by the store soon to pick up a few of the free issues so generously left behind – you will find some very thoughtful writing and a range of imagery represented therein. Above, some photos of the fun!

El Próximo Círculo Español: lunes, el 16 de febrero

January 30, 2015

Spanish conversationAdvanced non-native speakers of Spanish are welcome every third Monday of the month from 7:30 to 8:30 pm at Logos Books, 513 Second Street for lively discussions on various topics in Spanish. Next meeting will be Monday, February 16th.

Hemos oído mucho de los cambios en las relaciones entres los EEUU y Cuba. ¿Qué podemos esperar de los gobiernos de estos dos países? ¿Tiene usted ganas de visitar Cuba?  Y los cubano-americanos que no tienen mucho gusto de ver una normalización entre los dos países – ¿de qué se trata con ellos?

Aquí un artículo del diario “El País” para informarse un poco más antes la discusión en Logos Books, lunes el 16 de febrero, de 19:30-21:00.

 http://internacional.elpais.com/internacional/2015/01/22/actualidad/1421945783_321410.html

Y, otros temas de la parte de Susan Casment:

En el sitio web inmigracionhoy.com hay varios informes sobre el régimen legal para los no-ciudadanos EE.UU.  Un artículo expone los cambios en licencias de manajar en California, otro comenta alrededor de los cambios que hizo Obama por order ejecutivo.  

http://inmigracionhoy.com/2015/01/camara-de-representantes-vota-para-frenar-accion-ejecutiva-de-obama/
(acerca de los programas DACA y DAPA)

http://inmigracionhoy.com/2014/12/que-deben-saber-indocumentados-para-solicitar-licencias-de-conducir-en-california/

DSHS Spoke Magazine Reception at Logos Books 1/29th

January 29, 2015

10927529_1534036220213050_366528078_oA reception for Spoke Magazine, the Davis Senior High School literary review featuring student art work, poetry and stories,  will be held from 7:30-9:00 pm, Thursday, January 29th at Logos Books, 513 Second Street in downtown Davis.  All are invited and light refreshments served after student readings.

Poet’s night at Logos!

January 23, 2015

IMG_1758Great evening of poetry and camaraderie last night at Logos Books, where Stanley Zumbiel and Mary Zeppa read (and sang!) from their repertoire of verse. If you missed it, you can try catching us again on Thursday, March 26th at 7:30 pm when artist and poet Sandy Thomas is joined by poet Martha-Ann Blackman for the next in our Quinton Duval Poetry readings.
Be there, or be square daddy-o!!!IMG_1771IMG_1604IMG_1766

Mixité Sociale – Thème de la Table Française le 11 février à Logos Books

January 19, 2015

ConversationVoici un article envoyé de la part de Sophia, qui m’a fait chercher une définition au site wikipedia français:

http://www.reporterre.net/L-enfance-miserable-des-freres 

Le terme, bien sûr, c’est “la mixité sociale” mentionnée dans cet article.  Et, voilà une définition du wiki français, et l’adresse du site pour que vous puissiez vous y référer vous-mêmes:

En France, dans le cadre de la loi du 13 juillet 1991 d’orientation pour la ville, la mixité sociale est envisagée comme un moyen de diminuer les exclusions et ce qu’on appelle la fracture sociale. La mixité sociale en France serait l’équivalent du melting pot américain. Néanmoins, si les États-Unis sont le pays du melting pot, ils sont aussi celui de la gated community…

  http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mixité_sociale

La conversation continue . . . comment peut-on rendre la société plus juste et plus accueillante pour les plus démunis, sans que nos libertés civiles soient sacrifiées?  A vous la parole le 11 février à Logos Books, de 19H30 a 21H!

Una Chiacchierata with Franco Renosto at Logos Books, February 5, 2015

January 18, 2015

Italian_BicycleItalian speakers, here is a topic that is timely and comes with an article to get you up to speed!  “Profughi” is the theme for your next meet-up on the first Thursday of the month, February 5th, from 7:30-9:00 pm at Logos Books 513 Second Street.

 Please make a copy of the article for yourself and bring it with you to refer to during the conversation:

http://ricerca.repubblica.it/repubblica/archivio/repubblica/2015/01/04/profughi-sulle-navi-cargo-ue-lotta-ai-nuovi-trafficanti-deve-essere-nostra-priorita10.html?ref=search

See you then! Ciao!


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