Step right up and join Not Your Mother's Book Club™ for their Children's Book Week YA Hoopla! Come to our carnival themed party and hang out with oh-so-many of the fabulously talented YA authors that call the Bay Area home. With 15+ authors on the bill this celebration will be full of talent, games, goodies, tasty treats, and more!
Not Your Mother's Book Club™ presents children's book editor and author Leila Sales in celebration of the paperback release of This Song Will Save Your Life. With Starred Reviews from Booklist and Kirkus Reviews, Leila's lateset is a darkly comic, exuberant novel about identity, friendship, and the power of music to bring people together.
Not Your Mother's Book Club™ very excitedly presents the first-ever Summer of Swoon Tour! Featuring Sandy Hall, author of A Little Something Different; Katie Van Ark, author of The Boy Next Door; Temple West, author of Velvet; and Kimberly Karalius, author of Love Fortunes and Other Disasters.
Not Your Mother's Book Club™ excitedly welcomes back local author Whitney Miller for a discussion of the thrilling sequel to The Violet Hour, The Crimson Gate. Trapped inside of a Cambodian temple, Harlow Wintergreen must find a way out before her double, the evil Isiris, unleashes a killer super virus that threatens to destroy the world.
Not Your Mother's Book Club™ proudly welcomes the "Keep YA Weird" tour, which celebrates literary experimentalism and extreme imagination in YA literature, with award-winning author Andrew Smith and his latest transcendent work The Alex Crow.
Join Not Your Mother's Book Club™ for a Launch Party celebrating the release of local author Stacey Lee’s debut novel Under a Painted Sky. A captivating work of historical fiction set in 1849 Missouri, Under a Painted Sky adeptly explores race, slavery, and gender roles amidst a heart-wrenching survival tale that will restore your faith in the power of friendship.
Not Your Mother's Book Club™ presents teacher and librarian Dan Gemeinhart for a reading and discussion about his phenomenal debut novel The Honest Truth. In all the ways that matter, Mark is a normal kid. But in one important way, Mark is not like other kids at all. Mark is sick. The kind of sick some people never get better from.