Are you – or someone you know – looking for a book club near you? Book clubs are a good way to meet your neighbors. Expand your knowledge about the world and enjoy some of your favorite literature at a
“The night before the cousins came, I couldn’t sleep. I couldn’t wait to paint together, ride bikes together, and camp outside together.” When the Cousins Came by author and illustrator Katie Yamasaki is a story about differences, diversity and multicultural
West Cobb Regional Library’s Fourth Monday Book Club will meet August 27th from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm. The book club meets on the fourth Monday each month to discuss both fiction and nonfiction works of many varieties and genres covering a
Join us at Gritters Library on Tuesday, August 14 from 2 pm – 3 pm for Gritters Tuesday Afternoon Book Club. The book club meets on the second Tuesday each month to discuss both fiction and nonfiction works. The selection for
Book discussion groups meet at Cobb County Public Libraries regularly to cover a range of topics and interests. Book clubs are fun social gatherings and a good way to meet your neighbors. Expand your knowledge about the world and literature.
Storytime is a great way for children to socialize and to stimulate the mind. Reading and a positive environment with millions of words helps brain development and encourages learning. Your Cobb County public libraries offer storytimes for kids of all
Picture Books Pals at Stratton Library is a great way for young readers to build confidence in their reading skills. This children’s book club is for kids entering grades K-2 and will meet on the upcoming Thursdays in September from
Otter Goes to School, written and illustrated by Sam Garton, tells the story of ambitious little Otter dressing up as a teacher and starting her very own school. Her stuffed animal friends all have a special talent they seem to