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  Forever YA Book Group

FYA is taking a break in December, but we’re starting 2021 off right!
We’re going old school and discussing Secrets Can Kill: The Nancy Drew Case Files, Case 1 by Carolyn Keene!
We’ll meet online on Wednesday, January 20 at 6:00pm.


Join the FYA Facebook group or email Katie Cardell at
katiec@eastonpl.org for the link to join the discussion!
Any lover of teen and young adult fiction is welcome!


  Palmer Adult Book Group

We’re off in December for the holidays, but we’ll resume meeting in January.

Anyone interested is welcome to join the conversation! Contact us at
palmeradultbookgroup@gmail.com if you’d like to be added to a mailing list for periodic email reminders, or for the GoToMeeting link to join the discussion.

Next meeting: Tuesday, January 26 at 6:00pm.
The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan

  Diverse Voices Launches in 2021

Join us for Diverse Voices! Each month we will focus on diverse voices across various mediums (books, movies, podcasts) and meet together virtually at the end of the month for a community discussion.


Our January book will be Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi. We will meet online Thursday, January 28 at 7:00pm.

If you are interested in joining, email angelar@eastonpl.org to be added to the mailing list. 

2021 Winter Reading Challenge for Adults

Register Now for our Adult Winter Reading Challenge, January 1-31. We are joining libraries across the country, along with Beanstack and publisher Simon & Schuster for this reading challenge. Read books, track them on Beanstack, and earn badges.

This years's theme, Books Like Us, is a celebration of diversity, harnessing the transformative power of seeing oneself reflected in a book.

Register now on Beanstack by clicking here.


  Join the 2021 EAPL Reading Challenge!

In 2021, EAPL is kicking off our first ever Reading Challenge, and we hope you will join us! Registratio nis open now and includes readers ages 13 and older. Each month we will be sharing reading lists, recommendation videos, and more. Start getting your reading lists together!

Download and print out the checklist by clicking here.


January's theme is Diverse Voices. In the month of January, read a book of your choice written by a diverse author. Areas to explore include cultural and racial diversity, body positivity, books written by LGBTQ authors, disability and mental health, and more.

Register now on Beanstack by clicking here.