The American Library Association (ALA) is starting their huge, annual conference and exhibition later this week, and so it's an exciting time to show you a sampling of libraries across the U.S. who are discussing Edward Kelsey Moore's The Supremes At Earl's All-You-Can-Eat -- today, and in upcoming weeks. Since the book was first published, readers in cities and towns large and small have been gathering with their clubs for lively discussions about the novel. This is not a complete list of all book club gatherings -- there are many, many private book clubs who don't list their meetings on the internet (their members often write to this website after an event and describe the fun they had while talking about Odette and her friends), but here is a list and internet links for some public library book club meetings for The Supremes at Earl's in the next few weeks:
June 24th Daytime Book Discussion Group
Wells Public Library, Wells, Maine (along the coast from Portland, Maine)
This group usually meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month, most discussions are facilitated by the Library Director and the Adult Community Education Director.
Also on June 24th Fourth Tuesday Book Discussion
Inglewood Branch, Nashville Public Library, Nashville, Tennessee
A friendly and informal discussion of the selection of the month.
June 27th Brown Bag Book Club
El Reno Carnegie Library, El Reno, Oklahoma (west of Oklahoma City)
Meets the last Friday of the month. Bring your lunch (if you wish) and discuss the month's book.
June 30th Book Chat
Lawrenceburg Public Library, Lawrenceburg, Indiana (on the Ohio River in eastern Indiana)
Join us for a lively discussion of some of our favorite books!
July 9th Rowdy Readers
Brighton Branch, Rangeview Library District (near Denver, Colorado)
No matter where you live or your interests, we’ve got a book club for you.
July 10th Summer Reading Program
Author Lanea Stagg will lead a discussion at the McCollough branch of the Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library, Evansville, Indiana (on the Ohio River in western Indiana)
You can read a short description of the event on Lanea Stagg's own blog: Rockblocks.
(Scroll down to where it says: "Upcoming Gigs".)
July 11th First Coffee Book Club
St. Andrews Regional, Charleston County Public Libraries, Charleston, South Carolina.
Good coffee, great books, and gregarious discussions.
Throughout July The Laid-Back Book Club
Sponsored by the Volusia County Public Libraries (Daytona Beach, Florida)
Anyone can join their Goodreads group and their book discussions.
The Laid-Back Book Club features no meetings and no deadlines – just good books.
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