Meetings and Events
Our last meeting before our summer break from programs is our annual Garden Party to be held Thursday, May 8. (There will be no meetings in June, July, and August.) Our Garden Party is for members and their guests and is held in the garden of member Barbie Chadwick in Nashville. Emails will be sent to members later in April with more details about the party and with directions to Barbie's home. Food and drinks will be provided by the WNBA Nashville board members. Hope to see you there! … Read More...
Check out Chapter 16′s article Hitting Home, written by our former WNBA Nashville intern, Allie Sockwell. Allie, an English major, discusses how her WNBA internship led to a new understanding of literature.
Since 1983, the Women’s National Book Association has awarded one of the most prestigious honors in children’s bookselling. Given annually at BookExpo America’s Children’s Book and Author Breakfast, the WNBA Pannell Award recognizes bookstores that enhance their communities by bringing exceptional creativity to foster a love of reading in their young patrons. Every year two… Read More
Here is the schedule for the year, provided by our new book group discussion coordinator, Mary Hildebrand. All discussions are held at the Richland Park Branch Library on Saturdays from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. November 9, 2013: The Aviator’s Wife by Melanie BenjaminIn the spirit of Loving Frank and The Paris Wife, acclaimed novelist Melanie Benjamin… Read More
Benefits of Membership: Learn about trends in the world of books and participate in our informative programs Attend members-only events such as the Holiday Dinner and Garden Party Publicize your work through our website, newsletters, and news flashes Be listed in the Nashville chapter directory and receive a printed copy Network and socialize with like-minded book lovers Connect with colleagues nationwide through the national WNBA members-only directory Receive the Nashville News … Read More...
Book’em is always accepting new books for children and teens – especially pre-K through 4th grade. If you would like to help out, please consider bringing a book to our next chapter meeting. Member Mary McCarthy, a Book’em Board member, will pass them on to Book’em for distribution. Please consider the following guidelines when donating:
- Avoid “consumables” (coloring or sticker books), and holiday-themed books. These books go to the Nashville Public Schools, which have a very diverse population.
- Popular bestseller titles are great (Seuss, Wimpy Kid, Berenstain Bears) – the kids know and love them!
- Paperback, board books, and hardcover are all welcome.