How many imaginary friends can you count in the classroom? Find out in author Megan Willome’s new book club selection, ‘Dotty’ by Erica S. Perl.
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The best books are those that invite us into a world we would never have thought to enter. Adjustments by Will Willingham is such a book and such a world. Join Richard Maxon for our latest book club discussion beginning Nov. 18.
What do you read aloud to an old man who’s ailing and has never been read aloud to before? Find out in author Megan Willome’s new book club selection.
Get ready to join Tweetspeak Poetry for some essay-writing! Join us next month for a book club about Charity Singleton Craig’s ‘The Art of the Essay.’
Whether it’s the soil where food is grown, the food we put in our bodies, or the writing we put on the page, we need good tilth. Charity Singleton Craig discusses the natural and self-sustaining nutrient cycles in our Farmacology book club.
Author Megan Willome considers the power of trees in “Dear Evan Hansen” for Tweetspeak’s Children’s Book Club, which this month, is all about teenagers.
What’s good for the land—its soil, its vegetation, its animals—is also good for us. Starting September 16, join Charity Singleton Craig for a book club discussion of Daphne Miller’s Farmacology and the connection between farming and health.
Author Megan Willome gets serious about some silly dinosaurs in an opposites book by Sandra Boynton for this month’s Children’s Book Club.
Author Megan Willome and her mother and Little Sal and her mother and Little Bear and his mother get mixed up among the blueberries in this month’s Children’s Book Club.
Nobel Peace Prize recipient Wangari Maathai loved people an the world by planting trees. Join author Megan Willome for a Children’s Book Club discussion.
If Leigh Botts can become a writer, so can you. Join author Megan Willome as we read Beverly Cleary’s ‘Dear Mr. Henshaw’ for the Children’s Book Club.
Don’t know much about the Renaissance? Not to worry. Join LW Willingham for a bit of exploration and curiosity in a new book club on How to Think Like Leonardo da Vinci.
Shhh! Words aren’t needed for this meeting of our Children’s Book Club as we read Matthew Cordell’s Caldecott-winner, ‘Wolf in the Snow.’
What happened when J.R.R. Tolkien got a motorcar? He ran into the three bears—Archie, Teddy, and Bruno. Join author Megan Willome for a Children’s Book Club discussion of ‘Mr. Bliss.’
Join us on March 13 as we begin a new book club discussion of Callie Feyen’s ‘Twirl: My Life With Stories, Writing & Clothes.’ Dress up, or dress down. It’s your choice!
Must every children’s book be zippy? Author Megan Willome discusses ‘Only One Woof,’ one of James Herriot’s animal stories.
Turn over a new leaf— turn all the way upside down. Join us for a Children’s Book Club discussion of poet Juan Felipe Herrera’s picture book memoir, ‘The Upside Down Boy / El Niño de Cabeza.’
Join us on January 16 as we begin a new book club discussion over Robin Wall Kimmerer’s tender, awakening, ‘Braiding Sweetgrass.’
Tis the season for basketball! Join us for a Children’s Book Club discussion of Kwame Alexander’s novel told through poems, ‘The Crossover.’
S’more time! Join us for a Children’s Book Club discussion of a collection of camping poems called ‘Toasting Marshmallows’ by Kristine O’Connell George.