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June 1, 2016

Geek Out!

Geek is chic! That’s right, now is the time for all nerds to come together and revel in all things dorky. Because what is geekery, really? To us, being a geek is being outspokenly passionate about an interest, no matter what that interest may be: a certain TV show or video game, a funny animal, or a favorite book series. We’ve taken that to the next level with our special Gaming! Graphics! Geekdom! flyer—here’s what has us geeking out:

Marvel Avengers Phase One Rubber Cuff Set: Avengers, Avengers, and more Avengers! Get the scoop on your favorite heroes and show off your super-pride with some awesome cuffs.



Grumpy Cat: A Grumpy Book: Grumpy Cat = the kindred spirit of anyone who’s ever had a case of the Mondays. Although Grumpy Cat’s un-enthusiasm might be seen as the antithesis of geekery (she’d never be excited about anything!), her devoted fan base is undeniably geek-tastic.



The Legend of Zelda: Looking for some old-school geekery in a cool new format? Check out this manga (that’s a Japanese-style graphic novel, for the uninitiated) about Link’s latest attempt to save the world!


Raina Telgemeier Pack: Can you geek out over a person? I hope so, because I am totally a Raina nerd.  Funny family and friendship stories with amazing artwork and lots of heart—I. Am. Obsessed.


And it’s not just Reading Club staffers who are in a geek state of mind—check out what Gina, a Reading Club Teacher Advisor, had to say about geekery in her classroom:


Ready to get your geek on? Check out the Gaming! Graphics! Geekdom! flyer, available now.


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