Tag: book club
Are you hungry for good books and good food? This month, read a book that is historical fiction or a nonfiction history book, and make food to go along with it. Please see a staff member if you need a book recommendation. Appropriate for kids in 4th-7th grade.
Love graphic novels? Swing by the library to pick up a copy of this month’s title, Mooncakes, by Suzanne Walker. Please pick up book before March 3 and be ready for discussion on March 7. Pizza will be provided. Registration is encouraged. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Each month, a group of teens gets together at our Anythink Wright Farms branch to discuss our favorite reads from the past month. Back in October, we gushed about our favorite spooky books. Despite all the horror enthusiasts in the room, most teens were excited about reading genre-bending works that mix fantasy, science fiction, thriller, and horror. Read more about their picks below, and stay tuned for more recommendations from the book squad.
Are you hungry for good books and good food? This month we will read The Secret Agent by Allan Zullo and then make food to go along with it! Please see a staff member for a copy of the book. Appropriate for kids in 4th-7th grade.
View the world through someone else’s eyes. A mix of fiction and nonfiction, this book club aims to be an enlightening examination of various cultures and ways of life. This month, we will discuss I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter by Erika L. Sanchez. We provide the snacks, you provide the conversation!
Please see a staff member for a copy of the book.
Anythink York Street offers a monthly morning book club with a very different style: we choose a theme for the meeting, and you choose the book you want to read based on that theme. Each person discusses their choice. It’s a fun way to discover new authors and books while reading a title that speaks to you. Bring your pick and a morning beverage, and we’ll talk books. This month’s theme: a book with a green cover. Appropriate for adults. No registration required.
Are you hungry for good books and good food? This month we will read Esio Trot by Roald Dahl and then make food to go along with it! Please see a staff member for a copy of the book. Appropriate for kids in grades 4-5.