The incredibly funny performers from Civic Improv will use your favorite childhood books as a launch pad for grown folks sketches. This $5 event is for ages 18+.
Join us on Friday, October 10 from 7-8 pm for a Family Book Party with Black Men Read, bringing stories of the African diaspora to our youngest readers (preK-5th grade). This event is free and open to the public. Your RSVP is very helpful to our planning!
Get to know Aidan Sova, Jim Leija, and Cat Hadley, running on a slate for the AADL Library Board in the Statewide General Election on 11/8.
On Sunday, October 9, 2022 from 2-3 pm, explore the indigenous languages of our neighborhood with local author and co-founder of Ojibwe.net, Stacie Sheldon. Sheldon is the author of the dual-language (Anishinaabemowin and English) children’s book Bebikaan-Ezhiwebiziwinan Nimkii (The Adventures of Nimkii), starring her real-life dog companion Nimkii.
A conversation + workshop with author and Ojibwe.net founder Stacie Sheldon, exploring Anishinaabemowin (the first language of Michigan) and relationship garden design.
On Sunday, October 16 from 10 am-9 pm, 20% of your total in-store purchase will support the school library at A2 STEAM @ Northside, a public K-8 school located less than a mile away from Booksweet.
On Friday, October 21 from 7:30-9 pm, join us for an evening of readings and treats from four local authors: Vicki Brett-Gach, Jihyun Yun, Ann S. Epstein, and Frances Kai-Hwa Wang.
Join us on Saturday, November 5 from 1-2 pm at Booksweet for a woodblock printmaking workshop with artist Endi Poskovic in celebration of a new dual-language (English and Mandarin) art book about his work entitled, Dreams Toward Home: Endi Poskovic Printworks. FREE and open to all.