Forget Ides or Madness - March is a Time for Reading
WE HAVE A GREAT LINEUP OF AUTHOR EVENTS this month, including Anne Raeff in conversation with fellow author Sylvia Brownrigg, literary giant Joyce Carol Oates, the always thought-provoking Peggy Orenstein, and Michael David Lukas, who made a splash with his last novel The Oracle of Stamboul. We wrap up the month with two much-anticipated events, starting with the creator of the phenomenally successful Treehouse series for children, Andy Griffiths. The demand for Griffiths' appearance celebrating The 78-Story Treehouse is so high we've moved it to the Rialto Cinemas Elmwood. We are also thrilled to welcome Newbery Award winner Jason Reynolds who will discuss two new books - one for middle grades and another for teens. You can read more about these events right here on our home page.
THEN THERE ARE ALL THE NEW BOOKS ARRIVING. We're including a sampling of some of the titles we're most excited about - click on any image to read plot summartes and reviews or to order the book from us online.
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Weekly Story Time
Thursdays, 10:30 AM
We read a mix of classics and new favorites for ages 2-5, but everyone is welcome!
Raising a Reader
Start a library for the young reader in your life with Mrs. Dalloway's Little Library subscription service!
Tell us the age of the child you're shopping for and a little about their interests, then we choose one book to send each month that will surprise and delight.
To sign up, email firstname.lastname@example.org for young readers, or email@example.com for young adults.
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