Kidliterate invites you to join a group of quirky adults who enjoy reading and discussing Young Adult and Middle Reader books. Drop-ins welcome!
This month's book is The Genius Under the Table by Eugene Yelchin
Upcoming books include:
July: Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes by Chris Crutcher
August: Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley
September: Walls by L.M. Elliott
October: Small Spaces by Katherine Arden
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The event is free and open to all people, especially to those who have no income or low income right now, but we encourage and appreciate a solidarity donation in support of the work of Charis Circle, our programming non-profit. Donate via this link: www.chariscircle.org/donate
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An Association of Jewish Libraries Sydney Taylor Honor Winner
With a masterful mix of comic timing and disarming poignancy, Newbery Honoree Eugene Yelchin offers a memoir of growing up in Cold War Russia.