CLCSC Virtual Book Club - June

Event date: 
Thursday, June 17, 2021 - 7:30pm
Event address: 

Private Virtual Event

Children's Literature Council of Southern California

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Every two months we will meet virtually and discuss books by Southern California authors and illustrators.

First, we will start with an ice breaker picture book, then continue with a young adult novel or a middle grade novel.

This book club is open to everyone, but space is limited. Priority is given to CLCSC members, then non-members if there is space.

Our first meeting is Thursday, June 17, 2021 at 7:30 pm. You can sign up for the discussion using the form here by June 15, 2021.

Once you have signed up, you should receive the email with the link to the meeting about a day before the book club.

Confirmed book club members will also receive a coupon code to purchase books with 20% off.

We are so excited to be sharing our love of youth literature and hope to see you there!

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I Dream of Popo Cover Image
By Livia Blackburne, Julia Kuo (Illustrator)
$18.99
ISBN: 9781250249319
Availability: Recently On Our Shelves
Published: Roaring Brook Press - January 5th, 2021

A Cuban Girl's Guide to Tea and Tomorrow Cover Image
$18.99
ISBN: 9781534471245
Availability: Recently On Our Shelves
Published: Atheneum Books for Young Readers - November 10th, 2020

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