Perfectly Imperfect

A Book Club for Modern Parents

Raising Kind and Socially Responsible Children in A World That Won’t Turn Off

Nishant Mehta, head of school for The Children’s School, hosts a book club for perfectly imperfect parents who are doing their best to raise kind and socially responsible kids in today’s modern world. Join other Atlanta parents and professionals each month for an honest discussion about how to tackle tough parenting topics like: keeping your children safe on the internet; navigating social pressures at school and outside; and standing up to bullies and bullying behaviors all within a supportive group with parents who show up as their authentic selves and celebrate their imperfections!


Since 2001, Nishant has worked with parents across the United States and offered advice and strategies to busy families who are doing their best to raise kids in a world that won’t turn off.

October’s Book Selection

This month’s book selection is “All's Faire in Middle School" by Victoria Jamieson.


From Amazon.com: "Calling all Raina Telgemeier fans! The Newbery Honor-winning author of Roller Girl is back with a heartwarming graphic novel about starting middle school, surviving your embarrassing family, and the Renaissance Faire."


We'll have a small selection of books for both adults and children chosen by TCS Librarian, Callie Benson, available for purchase after October's book club.

Wednesday, Oct. 25th, 6-8pm

805 Peachtree Street Northeast

Atlanta, GA

This event is free to attend.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

November Book Club

November's club will meet on Fri., Nov. 17, 12:00 - 1:15 p.m., at Apres Diem (931 Monroe Dr, Atlanta, GA 30308).


We're trying something a little different this month! Instead of one book, we've selected four illustrated books for ages 4-8 that all deal with what it means to belong, to embrace difference, and to show up as one’s authentic self. They are: "We're All Wonders" by R. J. Palacio, "Stellaluna" by Janell Cannon, "I Will Never Get a Star on Mrs. Benson's Blackboard" by Jennifer K. Mann, and "Red: A Crayon's Story" by Michael Hall.


The books are mentioned in this "New York Times" article, and we encourage you to read them with your kids!

Friday, Nov. 17th, 12-1:15pm

931 Monroe Drive Northeast

Atlanta, GA

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

About The Children’s School

Founded in 1970, The Children’s School is an independent, progressive, age 3 - grade 8 school located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta. Our diverse, joyful, and nurturing environment encourages risk-taking; challenges our learners to academic excellence, noble character, and emotional maturity while preparing them to make an impact on an ever-changing world.

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