Does environmental fiction for kids have to be serious? J.B. Moonstar’s ‘Michelle and the Missing Manatee’ is realistic – where it counts.
Gabber Book Club
Looking for a new reading adventure? The Gabber Book Club shares its must-read picks for Florida books in 2023.
Art exhibits, spicy food festival, and theater.: Here’s your weekly list of Pinellas things to do September 7-13.
ArtOUT, 3rd Annual Gulfport Pride, and Drag at the Hickman: Here’s your weekly list of Pinellas things to do June 1-7.
Easter Sunday, National Poetry Month, and Dyngus Day: Here’s your list of things to do in Pinellas April 6-12.
St. Pete Grand Prix, Gulfport’s Pink Flamingo Home Tour, and Treasure Island’s Music in the Park: Here’s this week’s list of things to do in South Pinellas March 2-8.
The Gabber Book Club meets monthly to discuss books by Florida authors or set in the great state of Florida. Read about the club’s favorite picks for 2022 and how you can join the fun.
Kristen Arnett’s novel asks poignant questions about marriage, parenthood, and what happens when neither of these things turn out the way we plan. The Gabber reviews this second novel from the author of the bestselling debut, Mostly Dead Things.
Looking for local things to do? Check out a lineup of events in St. Petersburg, Gulfport and the beaches. From St. Petersburg’s first Comic Con to a Botanical Road Rally turned scavenger hunt, there’s no shortage of fun and fresh possibilities.
St. Petersburg’s main branch library is now the President Barack Obama Main Library; Wordier Than Thou virtual publishing conference; the Gabber Book Club.
Do you love to read? There’s a whole lot going on for readers in the area, whether you love cozy mysteries or non-fiction.
Cultured Books curates a book list for the holidays, Tombolo Books shares reader favorites and the Gabber Book Club announces last pick for 2020.