Alexandria Library’s All Alexandria Reads program begins on Saturday, March 23
ALEXANDRIA, VA — All Alexandria Reads, facilitated by the Alexandria Library, is a program designed to create shared experiences through reading. Everyone is invited to read the featured title, It’s All Relative: Adventures Up and Down the World’s Family Tree by A.J. Jacobs.
ABOUT ALL ALEXANDRIA READS
Facilitated by the Alexandria Library, this program is designed to create shared experiences through reading. Everyone is invited to read the featured title and selected books for younger readers. Join the events and discussions that relate to the themes of It’s All Relative.
Beginning Saturday, March 23 and throughout the months of April and May, events and discussions related to the themes of It’s All Relative will be happening at various branches.
On Wednesday, April 10 at 7 p.m., Charles E. Beatley, Jr. Central Library, 5005 Duke Street, will host It’s All Relative author, A.J. Jacobs, for a virtual book discussion. During the author talk, Jacobs will join the community via Zoom Video Conferencing to talk about his book and answer questions.
ABOUT It’s All Relative: Adventures Up and Down the Family Tree
Whimsical but also full of solid journalism and eye-opening revelations about the history of humanity, the book is a real treat.”–Booklist
All Alexandria Reads is made possible through a generous grant from the James M. Duncan, Jr. Library Foundation, Inc. We strongly encourage everyone to participate and join in on the experience.
For more information about All Alexandria Reads, please visit http://alexlibraryva.org/aar or contact Anton Murray at 703-746-1770.