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Wednesday, December 2, 2015 - 7:30pm


Join our Grown-Up Book Club and author, Cheryl Sternman Rule, to discuss her newest cookbook Yogurt Culture!  The book will be offered at a 20% discount to anyone who attends. When Cheryl visited our store for a book group discussion for her first book, Ripe; it was the best pot-luck The Reading Bug has ever seen!  Everyone cooked dishes from her beautiful cookbook and we were just amazed with the results! This event is for grown-ups only.... (read more)
Thursday, December 3, 2015 - 4:30pm


Wornick Jewish Day School and The Reading Bug would like to invite you to a Hanukah Party! Join us on Thursday, December 3 from 4:30 to 5:30 for Hanukah music and stories with Wornick's beloved Kindergarten teacher, Mr. King. For more information about Wornick go to www.wornickjds.org.
Friday, December 11, 2015 - 7:00pm

Wine and Coloring Night!

De-stress, unwind...coloring books for grown-ups are all the rage!  And no one should color alone...   Choose from a selection of three grown- up coloring books and join us for a night of wine (or tea)! A $20 materials fee will include one copy of the book and one drink ticket. Markers and pencils will be provided. RSVP required- please purchase your ticket below. Please let us know your coloring book choice in the notes section of your purchase. Grown-ups only!
Thursday, December 17, 2015 - 5:30pm


Come get your boogie on as we jingle jangle all the way at our HOLIDAY PAJAMA DANCE PARTY! Wear your favorite holiday footies, sleepwear, tacky holiday sweater or just your most comfy clothes. We'll provide the holiday tunes and stories, you provide the laughter and smiles. We will also be serving up some yummy cookies, and warm apple cider! Don't miss out on this hoppin' good time!

Featured Staff Reviews

If you read and loved Wonder by R.J. Palacio, then you should read Out of My Mind by Sharon Draper.  Melody is a brilliant 5th grader with a photographic memory, who sees colors when she listens to music and collects words like some people collect stamps or coins.  Melody has never said a single word out loud, although she longs to tell her parents that she loves them.  Melody has cerebral palsy so severe that she can neither speak nor voluntarily move her arms or legs.  The only body parts that work like yours and mine are her two thumbs.  After years of longing to be able to express herself, she finally gets a Medi-Talker computer that allows her to express her... (read more)

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