Changing Hands Book ClubsNew members are always welcome! Join one of the groups below or register your own club and get 10% off paperback selections and 20% off hardcover selections. Ask a bookseller at Changing Hands Tempe or Phoenix for more details, or sign up for our email newsletter to stay connected with email updates, special offers, and late-breaking event details.
SATURDAY, APRIL 3
2PM | VIRTUAL | TWEEN | CLUB READ l This book group will be discussing The Only by Katherine Applegate. More info: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT: Great books, prize giveaways, tasty treats, author visits and more — it's all part of our free Club Read program for kids, and you're invited! We meet once a month to discuss a book, do some fun activities, and have a great time. Sign up today (it's free!) and start earning points towards all kinds of cool prizes. LEARN MORE »
MONDAY, APRIL 12
6:30PM | VIRTUAL | HOW TO CHANGE THE WORLD BOOK GROUP | This book group will be discussing Nerve: Adventures in the Science of Fear by Eva Holland.
ABOUT: On the second Monday of each month, join Javelina CEO Catherine Alonzo in reading and discussing non-fiction books from the realms of economics, history, social justice, business, and more to learn how to make an impact in your community in our rapidly changing world. You'll get 20% off hardcover and 10% off paperback picks when you purchase the selection of the month at Changing Hands!
TUESDAY, APRIL 13
7PM | VIRTUAL | MODERN FICTION BOOK GROUP | This book group will be discussing Lost Children Archive by Valeria Luiselli . More info: email@example.com.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14
7PM | VIRTUAL | FOUND IN TRANSLATION BOOK GROUP | This book group will be discussing American Delirium by Betina Gonzalez, trans. Heather Cleary.
ABOUT: Whether you're a seasoned traveler, a voracious reader, or a dreamer who wants to see the world, all are invited to our newest book club focused on international literature. Sometimes visiting other countries doesn't always give travelers an insider's view into foreign cultures; sometimes we are still too outside, too different, to get at the heart of a place. Often the best way to understand distant lands and peoples is to read their literature, to get inside the head of a foreign author, to hear their myths and fairy tales molded around words they penned in their mother tongue.
THURSDAY, APRIL 15
VIRTUAL | SPANISH BOOK GROUP | This book group will be discussing Postcolonial Love Poem by Natalie Diaz . More info: Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org
TUESDAY, APRIL 20
VIRTUAL | BETWEEN THE COVERS | This book group will be discussing The System by Robert Reich.
THURSDAY, APRIL 22
VIRTUAL | ARIZONA OPERA BOOK CLUB | This book group will be discussing The Ghosts of the Copper Queen Hotel by John and Jean Krygelski. For more information go to: azopera.org/education-community/arizona-opera-book-club
SATURDAY, APRIL 24
7PM | VIRTUAL | FIRST DRAFT BOOK GROUP | This group will be discussing Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro.
ABOUT: First Draft Book Club is the official book club of First Draft Book Bar—the coffee, beer, and wine bar inside Changing Hands Phoenix. Every month, USA Today Books Reporter Barbara VanDenburgh picks a hot new book and hosts a guided book club discussion. LEARN MORE »
TUESDAY, APRIL 28
VIRTUAL | FOURTH TUESDAY BOOK GROUP | This book group will be discussing The Murmur of Bees by Sofia SegoviaArch.