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Unless otherwise indicated, event is a reading and/or book signing. Call the location for details. To list your event in this calendar, contact Jim Harris at “Books,” Arkansas Times, P.O. Box 34010, Little Rock, AR 72203 or by phone (501) 375-2985, fax (501) 375-3623 or e-mail: jim@arktimes.com.



7 Patricia Haley (“Still Waters” along with previous book titles “Blind Faith,” “No Regrets,” “Nobody’s Perfect”), 5:30 p.m., PA

8 Marcie Cohen Ferris (“Matzoh Ball Gumbo: Culinary Tales of the Jewish South”), 11 a.m., TBIB

9 Patricia Haley (“Still Waters”), 5 p.m., TBIB

11 Philander Smith College “Bless the Mic” Series with Kimberle Crenshaw, law professor at UCLA and Columbia University and author of “Critical Race Theory: The Key Writings That Formed the Movement”), 7 p.m., Kendall Center, PSC, 1 Trudie Kibbe Reed Drive

12 Carroll Roberson (“The Christ”), 11 a.m., TBIB

15 WordsWorth Book Club reads “The Pact” by Jodi Picoult, 7 p.m., WW

16 Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen, O’Susanna Concert, 7 p.m., TBIB, $8.

17 Grif Stockley (“Daisy Bates: Civil Rights Crusader From Arkansas”), 7:30 p.m., TBMP

19 Bonnie Hopkins (“Seasons”),1 p.m., Books-A-Million, and 4-6 p.m., University Park Leisure Center, 6401 W. 12th (co-hosts are Pyramid and Sistahs of Color Reading Group); Larry Davis Jr. (“The Life I Once Lived”), 1 p.m., TBIB

26 Mary Waters (“Thoughts From a Vast Right-Brain Conspiracy”), 1-3 p.m., WW

DEC. 3 Tim Harrison, O’Susanna Concert, 7 p.m., TBIB, $8.

Every Tuesday Little Rock Chess Association, learn how to play or enjoy a friendly game, 7 p.m., BN; Children’s Storytime, 10 a.m., BN; Preschool Storytime, 10:30 a.m., BAM

Every Thursday Storytime, 10 a.m., BN

Every Saturday Themed storytime, 10:30 a.m., BAM;

Last Sunday of month Pajama storytime, 6 p.m., BN; Family Game Night, 7 p.m., BN

Every second and fourth Thursday C.U.R.E. meeting, 7 p.m., BN

AREA BOOKSTORES:

BAM: BOOKS-A-MILLION, 2747 LAKEWOOD VILLAGE DRIVE, NLR, 771-7581

BREN: BRENTANO’S BOOKSTORE, PARK PLAZA, 663-0324

BN-LR: BARNES & NOBLE-CHENAL, 11500 FINANCIAL CENTRE PARKWAY, 954-7648

BN-NLR: BARNES & NOBLE-NORTH LITTLE ROCK, 4000 MCCAIN BLVD., 771-1124

LB: LORENZEN & CO. BOOKSELLERS, 7509 CANTRELL ROAD, 663-8811

PA: PYRAMID ART, BOOKS AND CUSTOM FRAMING, MUSEUM CENTER, 500 E. MARKHAM ST., SUITE 110, 372-5824

RMBG: RIVER MARKET BOOKS AND GIFTS, COX CREATIVE CENTER, 120 COMMERCE ST., 918-3093

TBMP: THAT BOOKSTORE AT MOUNTEBANQ PLACE, 1107 OAK ST., CONWAY, 888-287-7791

TBIB: THAT BOOKSTORE IN BLYTHEVILLE, 316 W. MAIN ST., BLYTHEVILLE, 870-763-3333

T&T: TYLER AND TYLER BOOKSELLERS, 4558 JFK BLVD., NLR, 753-8530

WALD: WALDENBOOKS, MCCAIN MALL, 758-5447

WW: WORDSWORTH BOOKS & CO., 5920 R ST., 663-9198






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