How it works
Each book club will have a theme – I chose a theme for the first book club, but going forward you’ll have the chance to vote for the theme. Once the theme is decided, we’ll choose from a group of books that all fit that theme. All polls will be listed here, and I’ll announce them on Little Science co social media accounts (Instagram, Twitter and Facebook) so that you know when there’s a new poll ready for you to vote on.
Once the book has been chosen, we have roughly 6 weeks to read it, and then we’ll meet up on Zoom to talk about the book. Each Zoom meeting is limited to 10 attendees, so I will be doing a few different slots to ensure that everyone who wants to take part, can.
Please register for a Zoom session using the Eventbrite links listed below, if you have registered and then realise you can no longer attend, please remember to cancel your booking so that someone else is able to attend in your place.
If you would like to take part, but are unable to afford the cost of the book, and cannot access a copy from your local library, please let me know. The Little Science Co Book Club is completely free to take part in, and I will do my best to ensure that finances are not a barrier for you.
Our next book club book
The next Little Science Co Book Club’s theme is: Hormones, periods, and the menopause, and the book you voted for is: How The Pill Changes Everything by Dr Sarah E. Hill.
The Book Club discussions will take place during the week of Monday 13th June, and take place on Zoom, you can book your free slot below. As always, if you have trouble accessing the book, please let me know.
Vote below for the next book club theme!
Previous Little Science Co Book Clubs:
The Science of the Sacred: Bridging Global Indigenous Medicine Systems and Modern Scientific Principles by Nicole Redvers
When: The week of Monday 18th April 2022
The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat and Other Clinical Tales by Oliver Sacks
When: The week of Monday 7th February 2022
Through the Shadowlands: A Science Writer’s Odyssey into an Illness Science Doesn’t Understand by Julie Rehmeyer
When: The week of Monday 15th November 2021
Handmade: A Scientist’s Search for Meaning Through Making by Anna Ploszajski (Author special)
When: The week of Monday 13th September 2021
Gay, Straight, and the Reason Why: The Science of Sexual Orientation by Simon Levay
When: The week of Monday 28th June 2021
Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker
When: The week of Monday 29th March 2021
Explaining Humans by Camilla Pang
When: The week of Monday 25th January 2021
Chemistry by Weike Wang
When: The week of Monday 9th November 2020
Superior: The Return of Race Science by Angela Saini
When: The week of Monday 14th September 2020
Is Science Racist? by Jonathan Marks
When: The week of Monday 7th September 2020