February is Black History Month, and Book Club is reading “Between the World and Me” by the supremely gifted and creative Ta-Nehisi Coates (“Black Panther,” “We Were Eight Years in Power,” among others). It’s a long letter to his son about being Black in the United States. It’s also a history lesson combined with Coates’ own experience. The book is short, but the experience is not. We meet in the back room (behind the children’s section) of the Midtown Scholar. Please RSVP and/or send questions to Joe Foner at email@example.com.