During 2022-2023, this discussion group met in a hybrid format, zoom and in person and they discussed:
During 2021-2022, this discussion group met in a hybrid format, zoom and in person and they discussed:
During 2020-2021, this discussion group met in a hybrid format, zoom and in person and they discussed:
The Iris Book Club for LGBTQ+ teens & allies that meets on the last Monday of the month to discuss queer YA novels, anthologies, & graphic novels covering a variety of identities. We have read the following:
During 2019- 2020 the Social Justice Book Club met to discuss both fiction and non-fiction books that explore ideas around race, gender, immigration and criminal justice. (Visit our Social justice podcast club on our facebook page)
During 2018 and 2019 the Novel Ideas: Fiction Book Club for Adults met to discuss the following books. To accommodate as many users as they could, this club met at two different times to discuss the same book, daytimes and evenings.
During 2018 the Social Justice Book club met to discuss both fiction and nonfiction books that explore the ideas around race, gender, immigration, poverty and criminal justice.
This book club typically meets the 4th Thursday of every other month to discuss novels that feature main characters who consider themselves part of the LGBTQIA (queer) community. Books are selected by the attendees (culled from a wider list generated by Assistant Director, Rebecca Meehan). It’s not essential that attendees read the book in order to attend the program. Many great discussions are inspired by the book, but then naturally evolve into other related topics.
During 2018 the BookEaters (4th & 5th Graders) club met to discuss:
During 2018 the Middle School book club met to discuss these books: