It’s almost Halloween, and yesterday was R.L. Stine’s birthday. Megan Willome celebrates with a scary graphic novel for Children’s Book Club.
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Stand with those who fight: Shakespeare, Bach, and Meg Murry. Join our October book club as we read Madeleine L’Engle’s ‘A Wrinkle in Time.’
In this week’s book club discussion of the short plays in Sonia Barkat’s Winter Stars, Callie Feyen considers the complexities of love and friendship in the fantasy play, “To the Shadows We Return.”
9/11 began with a perfect blue sky. Join author Megan Willome as she reads ‘Nine, Ten: A September 11 Story’ for this month’s Children’s Book Club.
In September, Callie Feyen leads our next book club discussion of Sonia Barkat’s ‘Winter Stars: three 10-minute plays.’ Come play with us.
The Bruh Rabbit stories are as contemporary as ever. Join author Megan Willome as she revisits these tales for Children’s Book Club, using the contemporary retelling ‘Sure As Sunrise.’
In August, Laura Boggess leads our next book club discussion of Rick Hanson’s Resilient: How to Grow an Unshakeable Core of Calm, Strength, and Happiness. Join us!
Being brave sometimes means getting wet. But in Suzy Lee’s ‘Wave,’ being brave also brings gifts that last a lifetime. Join us for our Children’s Book Club.
Beginning July 15, join us for our new book club featuring some of the delightful essays in Ross Gay’s The Book of Delights.
For this month’s Children’s Book Club, we read Margaret Wise Brown’s classic picture book ‘The Runaway Bunny,’ featuring a song by the Zac Brown Band.
When naming his book of blessings To Bless the Space Between Us, it was surely not John O’Donohue’s intent to reflect on the space created between humans during a time of social distancing.
For this month’s Children’s Book Club, author Megan Willome discusses the power of spoken word poetry to tell a story in a YA novel by Elizabeth Acevedo.
Author Nicole Gulotta introduces our next book club, Wild Words, a book that serves as a gentle guide to navigating the writing life through its seasons.
Join author Megan Willome as we read a graphic novel of ‘The Yellow Wall-Paper’ using Emily Dickinson’s poem ‘Much Madness is divinest Sense–’ as our guide.
Join author Megan Willome as we read a graphic novel of ‘The Yellow Wall-Paper’ using Emily Dickinson’s poem ‘Tell all the truth but tell it slant–’ as our guide.
Join author Megan Willome for Children’s Book Club, in which she learns why bunnies are way scarier than tigers in ‘Fear the Bunny.’ (This picture book not approved by William Blake.)
Join author Megan Willome as we read a graphic novel of “The Yellow Wall-Paper” using Emily Dickinson’s poem “‘Hope’ is the thing with feathers–” as our guide.
“When I teach poetry,” says author Megan Willome, “I remind people that there is no secret code to crack. So also with this story. There isn’t one right answer — or rather, there are as many answers as there are shades of yellow.” Come share your palette of views, in our new book club!
What do a country cricket and a musician from Greek mythology have in common? Join author Megan Willome for the Children’s Book Club as she reads ‘A Cricket in Times Square.’
In our upcoming book club we’ll consider Ilya Kaminsky’s collection, Deaf Republic, and ask it guide us in a reimagining of what it means to be a hero, of disability, of the movements that compel us to survive.