October Virtual Events You Won’t Want to Miss!
Tuesday, October 5th, Join Us for a Winter Book Club Webinar, in Partnership with Booklist
Believe it or not, winter will be here before you know it, and you’ll want to make sure your book club is well prepared. Join us and others on Tuesday, October 5 at 1 PM CT (2 PM ET) where we’ll learn about upcoming winter titles.
Join ProQuest Tuesday, October 05 at 2:00pm EST for a special live event about creating joy, inspired by the remarkable friendship between His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu as explored in the documentary Mission: JOY.
Wednesday, October 6th, Join Us for Season 2, Episode 10 of Our Morning Book Buzz
Join us for season 2, episode 10 of our Morning Book Buzz Wednesday, October 6th at 11 AM EST. We’ll chat about the books we’ve been reading, what’s coming soon, and our digital resources available to help librarians and patrons stay connected.
Wednesday, October 6th, Join Us for a Fabulous Fiction Webinar, in Partnership with Brodart
Thursday, October 7th, Join Us for a A Special Pre-Publication Event for Independent Booksellers and Librarians
Phoebe Robinson in conversation with authors Grace D. Li & Kai Harris
Saturday, October 23rd, Join Brightly for Another
Storytime LIVE: Silly Spooky Stories
Join Brightly Saturday, October 23rd at 1 PM ET on Zoom for another Storytime LIVE: Silly Spooky Stories! Featuring a variety of spooky reads and a live, virtual costume parade that all attendees are welcome to volunteer to appear in or watch!
Wednesday, October 27th, Join Us for an ALMA Book Buzz
Join the Adult Library Marketing Association Wednesday, October 27th at 11:30 AM ET as they highlight their most exciting titles from the Spring 2022 lists. Participating publishers include Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, Other Press, Quirk Books, Sourcebooks, and more!
Thursday, October 28th, Register for the
School Library Journal Virtual Summit: In Community
Join School Library Journal Thursday, October 28th for the SLJ Summit: In Community. Beyond geography, community can mean a lot of things. We all work and live in the context of community, and the fact of our interdependence—how all aspects of our lives, our very fates, rely on how we function together—has never been made more apparent than in our shared experience of the pandemic.