(Not So) Young Adult Book Club Meeting
Sunday, February 1211:00 AM—12:00 PMSudolnik Conference RoomLunenburg Public Library1023 Massachusets Ave., Lunenburg, MA, 01462
Wallace Community RoomLunenburg Public Library1023 Massachusets Ave., Lunenburg, MA, 01462
The (Not So) Young Adult Book Club is for those adults who love reading YA books (you know who you are) but teens are totally welcome to join us too!
At this meeting, we'll be discussing Love Radio by Ebony LaDelle, copies will be available in January to check out at the library. If you're interested in YA books and participating in this book club, please come to the meeting even if you haven't read the book!
The reading selection for March will also be decided during the February book club meeting. We are open to interested readers of all genres of YA! Hope to see you there!
Registration is suggested so we can plan, but not required. *Please note that the main library will not be open during the book club meeting*
Published in early 2022, Love Radio is a novel about a self-professed teen love doctor with a popular Detroit radio segment who believes he can get a girl who hates all things romance (Dani’s focused on her plan: ace senior year, score a scholarship, and move to New York City to become a famous author) to fall in love with him. Prince is smitten, but Dani’s not looking to get derailed. She gives Prince just three dates to convince her that he’s worth falling for. Three dates for the love expert to take his own advice, and just maybe change two lives forever. While a potential romance between Prince and Dani is part of the plot, Love Radio is really a book about the love of family, the love of friends, the love of Detroit, and the love of Black culture. And if audiobooks are your jam, Joniece Abbott-Pratt and JaQwan J. Kelly do a great job with the narration.
Literary notes: Love Radio was named People Magazine’s best book of the summer 2022, Apple Books’ best book of 2022, an Amazon’s Editor Pick, and featured on the Today show. It also received starred reviews from both Kirkus Reviews and Publishers Weekly.
Registration for this event has now closed.