10.24.19, 6-7:30pm: Book Club, "There is No Story Without Conflict"
Ages 21 & Up. *Participants are welcomed to bring food and beverages to enjoy as we read and discuss.
If you love the interchange, banter and community of a book club (but maybe don't always have time to read the book and/or commit to a regular schedule)... our Different Kind of Book Club might be juuust the right fit.
At each Book Club we'll explore and discuss a different Frieda B. book... you may - or may not - be surprised at the depth of conversation a picture book can prompt. This is what makes this book club different. And wonderful.
For parents, educators, caregivers... the topics we explore can help you consider and navigate the stories within the little lives you help to lead.
For individuals, friends, family members - adults of any age... it is never too late to nurture and further our own stories. Come to explore and encourage the story within you and within those you love.
No need to read the book - led by Frieda B. author Renata Bowers, we'll read and discuss it together. The joy of seeing adults find deep meaning and discussion in the pages of our books never ceases to inspire us. Story has its own innate way of awakening our sense of purpose, wonder, compassion and possibility.
Be part of authentic community - there is little more fulfilling than being part of the connections that take place when good people engage in good and purposeful discussion. After all, the best of book clubs are as much about community as they are about books. We soundly encourage both.
Come join us as we use written story to inspire the one-of-a-kind free-to-be story within each of us.
This Week's Topic: "There is No Story Without Conflict"
Based on Frieda B. Meets the Man in the Moon. Our culture doesn't celebrate conflict... we often are encouraged to fight it, flee from it, or we freeze in the face of it. Yet think about the stories you love best, in the books, movies, people you love. Chances are the reason you cherish these stories is they tell a tale of facing conflict and becoming a better person or story as a result. This is what we'll explore. How does conflict force you to choose who you really are? You can't fully realize your story without considering that question.
* As part of this Book Club, signed copies of this book will be available to participants for a discounted price of $10 each.