We host several different book clubs here at the Bookshop! You can check out our next selections below. The meetings are very informal, and anyone is welcome to attend. The books are always available at 10% off list price.
If your book club would like to register with us, we can offer you a 10% discount on your picks, too! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
General Interest Book ClubThe next General Interest Book Club Meeting will be held on Sunday, March 3rd at 1 pm.
We'll be discussing Heavy by Kiese Laymon, available in store 10% off up until the date of the discussion.
Questions about this group? Email Kaity at Kaity@astoriabookshop.com.
Past Book Club Selections
Young Adult Book ClubWelcome to the Astoria Bookshop YA Book Club! We'll be reading books published for readers ages 12 and up. The book club is open to everyone.
The next meeting is on Sunday, March 24th at 1 pm, when we'll be discussing The Boneless Mercies by April Genevieve Tucholke.
Grab The Boneless Mercies for 10% off in store all month!
YA Book Club Past Selections
Feminist Reading Group
Our focus is on an intersectional exploration of women's rights and status worldwide.
The next selection is An American Marriage by Tayari Jones, which we will discuss on Tuesday, February 26th at 7 pm. The book is available for purchase at the Bookshop at 10% off all month long.
Questions about this group? Email Jen at AstoriaFeministBookGroup@gmail.com.
Feminist Reading Group Past Selections
Feminerdy Book Club
The next meeting is scheduled for Sunday, March 9th at 1pm.
We'll be discussing All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders, available in store 10% off up until the date of the discussion.
Questions about this group? Email email@example.com
Feminerdy Book Club Past Selections
Parenting for Social Justice Book Club
Parenting for Social Justice meets every other month after reading a predetermined book that focuses on topics such as race, gender, social class, and similar subjects.
All are welcome to attend, however, meetings will aim to encourage dialogue between parents. Discussions will include issues such as implicit racial bias, cultural appropriation, and white privilege in order to raise self-awareness on these topics and also consider how personal insights can be translated into parenting techniques as well as interactions with other families and people in our community.
The next selection is Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? by Beverly Daniel Tatum, which we will discuss on Saturday, April 6th at 3pm.
firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries.
Parenting for Social Justice Book Club Past Selections