Good Trouble Book Club for Middle School Students
WHEN: Saturday, June 26, 3:15 – 4 PM
AUTHOR VISIT: 4 – 4:45 pm
WHERE: Dog-Eared Books loft
“Never, ever be afraid to make some noise and get in good trouble, necessary trouble.” – Congressman & Civil Rights activist John Lewis
Not only are books fun, but some stories can also help us learn how to think about injustice, use our voices–and be good troublemakers! Join Tanvi and Trinity to chat about “Too Bright to See” by Kyle Lukoff, is a haunting ghost story about navigating grief, growing up, and growing into a new gender identity. Books will be provided at no-cost to participants and can be picked up at Dog-Eared Books in advance of the book club.
Participants in June’s book club will be able to chat with author Kyle Lukoff live via Zoom! Registration is required to participate in the book club, but the Zoom author event will be open to the public. Find more about the live zoom event here.
The Good Trouble Book Club is presented in partnership with Dog-Eared Books and Ames Pride and sponsored by Ames Pride and the ISU Wesley Center Social Justice Grant.
To keep each other safe, masks and social distancing will be required. Munchkin donuts and Capri Sun juice will be provided.
The Good Trouble Book Club is currently full. Thank you for your interest and we encourage you to join us for the LIVE author chat with Kyle Lukoff at 4 PM.