Where to get tea books in San Jose

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In searching for  a good book to read, San Jose tea drinkers can choose from e-books and downloadable digital files for the Kindle, Nook and other brands of e-Readers that are fairly popular in the Bay Area.  Many residents prefer an actual book to the digital versions, however, so while various local bookstores are closing (multiple Borders bookstores will close in the South Bay in 2011), there are several that are doing well enough to carry a good variety of books, including tea books.  Here are some Santa Clara Valley bookstores that advertise tea books on their websites:

Barnes & Noble – Stevens Creek
3600 Stevens Creek Blvd
San Jose, CA 95117
408-984-3495

Barnes & Noble – Pruneyard
1875 S. Bascom Avenue Ste 240
Campbell, CA 95008
408-559-8101

Barnes & Noble – Eastridge Mall
Eastridge Shopping Center
2200 Eastridge Loop Space 1420
San Jose, CA 95122
408-270-9470

Barnes & Noble – Blossom Hill
Almaden Plaza
5353 Almaden Expressway Bldg. B
San Jose, CA 95118
408-979-0611

Barnes & Noble – Westgate
Westgate Mall
1600 Saratoga Avenue
San Jose, CA 95129
408-370-0444

Recycle Bookstore (there is also a store in Campbell)
1066 The Alameda,
San Jose, CA
(408) 286-6275

Hicklebee’s
1378 Lincoln Ave.
San Jose, CA 95125
(408) 292-8880

Leigh’s Favorite Books
121 S. Murphy Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
(408) 736-2665

Often, local libraries will have tea books in the cooking and recipes section, as well as the lifestyle sections, so you can enjoy your vacation reading without spending a lot of money or taking up permanent space in your home or your computer with physical or digital books.  There are so many great tea books out there, novels, recipe books, history books, etiquette books, and even poetry!

Copyright 2011, Elizabeth Urbach.

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For more information:
“3 Tea books worth adding to your collection”
TeaChat Tea Book and Magazine Reviews
Imperial Tea Court: Tea Books
Afternoon tea books at Hicklebee’s
Tea and coffee books at Barnes & Noble

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