Saturday, November 21 2:00 - 3:00pm
Author Talk: Kona Winds
Local author Scott Kikkawa will host a talk story about his popular debut novel. KONA WINDS is a hard-boiled noir murder mystery set in Honolulu in 1953, when Hawai'i was changing from a racially stratified, near-feudal plantation colony to the multi-ethnic 50th State. This event is free and open to everyone. Register using the link below.
Wednesday, December 2, 5:00 - 6:30p
Civil Beat Book Club: An American Sickness
Join Civil Beat's Book Club for a discussion about "An American Sickness" hosted by health reporter Eleni Avendaño. "I picked this book up before the pandemic to better understand how to navigate the health world... Elizabeth Rosenthal breaks down how we as patients and consumers can better understand the system and the historical underpinnings of how we got here."
Sunday, December 6th, 3:00 - 4:00p
Author Talk: Intellectual Anarchy
Local scientific innovation firm Oceanit CEO, Patrick K. Sullivan’s new book asks: How do we move the future from the distant horizon to the present day? We need Intellectual AnarchyTM. Dr. Sullivan’s book describes how the Intellectual AnarchyTM methodology followed at Oceanit for the past 35 years has generated disruptive solutions to “impossible” problems. Join us for this special talk story, moderated by our own David DeLuca, to learn more!
E Komo Mai!
Welcome to our brand new site! We're excited to offer a more robust way for you to discover and browse our collection, and to purchase books from us in a safe and healthy way! As we continue to finalize the site, here's a few things to look forward to:
Greater selection! You'll find an expanded catalog menu that'll help you discover books that fit your interest.
A more powerful search engine! You can search by title, author, type, and even future collections, such as "Lani's Picks."
Curated collections! We'll showcase rotating feature collections on the homepage as well as in our curated collections section.
Rich content from our team! We're working on transferring our blog to this site and are excited to share our insight in this way. And don't forget to sign up for our newsletter for the most up-to-date info and features!
More events to enjoy from home! Even though our doors are closed to events, we're continuing to plan virtual events. Check the timeline at the top of the home page for what's upcoming. You can also find our event timeline on the events page, accessed from the About menu or the footer menu.
We look forward to serving all your literary and book loving needs, and are thrilled to offer this new platform to the community. As always, if you have any needs or requests, please drop us a line!
Aloha! ~ the da Shop team
Featured Collection: Black Lives Matter
100% of the revenue from your purchase of any of these books this summer will be donated to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund.
COVID-19 Store Policy Updates
As of October 1, we are open for browsing Tuesday - Saturday, 11:00a - 4:00p. Masks are required, and a maximum of 5 customers are permitted in the store at one time. For everyone's safety, we are encouraging online purchasing with curbside pickup or direct to home shipping starting at $3. If you would like assistance finding a title or to purchase over the phone or by email, please contact us at 808-421-9460, firstname.lastname@example.org, or by filling out the contact form on this website. Mahalo for your cooperation, and please stay safe!
From the Blog
A da Shop bestseller and staff favorite, Sharks in the Time of Saviors, is set on the Hamakua coast of Hawai‘i Island, where author Kawai Strong Washburn was born and raised. The novel chronicles the saga ...Read more
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