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Current Store Book Club Selections
We currently have four store book clubs. Three have meetings here at the store, and one (FanGraphs Book Club) meets online.
Friday Morning Fiction: Swing Time,by Zadie Smith Middle Grade: Art of the Swap, by Kris Asselin & Jen Malone Young Adult: When the Moon Was Ours, by Anna-Marie McLemore
Current Local Friends Book Club Selections
Reads, Wines & Brews: Freefall, by Jessica Barry Fostering Racial Justice Group: The Invention of Wings, by Sue Monk Kidd Reading Between The Wines:My Sister, The Serial Killer, by Oyinkan Braithwaite
Current Selections for National Book Clubs
We also compile several national book clubs for your convenience. Here are their current selections. Don't see your favorite book club here? Tell us about it!
As the title suggests, this new book club will focus in on the adult fiction genre. Hosted by local writer Kyra Wilson Cook, the group will meet on the first Friday mornings of each month, and croissants will be provided free of charge from Legend Cafe!
Apr. 5th, 10am Swing Time, by Zadie Smith
Led by local author Rebecca Caprara (The Magic of Melwick Orchard) -- readers can enjoy and discuss great mid-grade reads. Rebecca will also challenge participants to talk about their own stories and story ideas, and engage with them in writing exercises as well.
Young adult books are inspiring, emotional, transformational, and more. The genre has greatly expanded in the past 10 years, and many YA books are enjoyed by people of all ages, making its title almost a misnomer. They're so infectious that we wanted to start a book club specifically for them!
Led by our booksellers Daphne and Olivia, the Young Adult Book Club will meet periodically at the bookstore to discuss a work of young adult fiction. The YA Book Club has met on occasion at Acton-Boxborough Regional High School, in cooperation with ABRHS librarian Anna Secino.