“Sing With Me” is the story of a little girl with big dreams—Selena. Join our Children’s Book Club, focusing on the picture book biography.
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There is a pig who is Some Pig, whose name is not Wilbur. It’s “Babe,” by Dick King-Smith. Join us for our Children’s Book Club.
A crazy little viral Dracula Book Club is taking place via inboxes everywhere. Join and experience the classic in community, with hilarity!
Children’s poetry speaks to the child within us. Join us as we read Joyce Sidman’s “What the Heart Knows” for National Poetry Month.
How much of writing comes from narration? Our Children’s Book Club reads Jean Fritz’s “Homesick: My Own Story,” a Newbery Honor-winner.
In middle-grade stories the journey can happen Anywhere. Even to a camel, far from home. Join us for Kathi Appelt’s “Once Upon a Camel.”
It is winter, and the rooks are here. Join us for our next patron-only book club, discussing Katherine May’s book “Wintering,” beginning February 9.
Anne with an E never fails to surprise. Join our Children’s Book Club as we read L.M. Montgomery’s classic, “Anne of Green Gables.”
The Midnight Ball feels like stepping inside a fairy tale. There’s something about pen-and-ink drawings that are an invitation.
When a child loses someone, a story can be a helpful way to discuss grief. Jodi Meltzer’s “Goodnight Star, Whoever You Are” is one such story.
Neil Gaiman’s “Coraline” is a spooky story that kids read as an adventure tale. Join us for this month’s Children’s Book Club.
Join us for our next book club, discussing poet Michelle Ortega’s chapbook, Don’t Ask Why, beginning in October (domestic violence month).
Let’s get all up in our feelings with Llama LLama, off to school without his mama. Join us for an Anna Dewdney Children’s Book Club.
Read a fractured fairy tale about the three little pigs — from the wolf’s perspective. He was framed. (Wolf’s honor!)
Meet best friends, Frog and Toad, in the award-winning ‘Frog and Toad Are Friends’ series by Arnold Lobel. Join us for Children’s Book Club!
For pride month we read Benjamin Alire Sáenz’s “Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe.” Join our YA Children’s Book Club.
Charity Singleton Craig kicks off our latest book club with a discussion of the ways that passive voice can take away agency and responsibility.
Do you love toddlers, even in the throes of rage? Then you’ll love Trixie and “Knuffle Bunny” by Mo Willems. Join us for Children’s Book Club.
Join Charity Singleton Craig in our next book club, Grammar for a Full Life, and explore the ways language, and grammar in particular, can enrich our experiences and well-being.
In the final installment of our The Great Gatsby book club, Tania Runyan explores what it means to be “borne back ceaselessly into the past.”