LIBRARY OUT LOUD presents YA Gotta Read This! DCPL.
Join us for an invitational literary arts celebration for Black boys, ages 13—17. The May 21, 2021 book club discussion centers "Fake Id" by Lamar Giles.
YA GOTTA READ THIS BOOK!
"READ THIS & HOLLA BACK"
YA Gotta Read This! celebrates the healing power of art through the lens of literature and artistic expression. Our young adult book club programs are designed to reach reluctant readers (primarily, Black males, ages 13—17), celebrate the book as art, and amplify Black voices.
Join us for a celebration of young adult reading recommendations through meaningful dialogue. Enjoy a premium blend of pop-up library, YA books, reader's advisory, book discussions, and art therapy starring our favorite librarians and educators with dignitaries, literacy advocates, authors, illustrators, and other Blerds.
YOUNG ADULT BOOK CLUB SET TO AMPLIFY BLACK VOICES AT THE LIBRARY
The Auburn Avenue Research Library and the DeKalb County Public Library are set to host the upcoming YA Gotta Read This "Young Adult Book Club" reserved for Black boys ages 13—17.
The "Fulton Reads" program, which includes a free young adult book, a free paint party kit, and a book talk hosted by Black librarians, takes place on Tuesday, April 27, 2021. Resolve to read! Visit www.fulcolibrary.org to reserve an autographed copy of Punching the Air written by Ibi Zoboi and Yusef Salaam.
The "DeKalb Reads" program, which includes a free young adult book and a book talk hosted by Black librarians, takes place on Friday, May 21, 2021. Read more! Visit www.dekalblibrary.org to reserve a of Fake Id written by Lamar Giles.
*This program is for informational, educational, and recreational purposes and the contents are not endorsed by the Fulton County Library System, Fulton County Government, DeKalb County Public Library, or DeKalb County Government.