Book Club

To connect patrons with books that have important stories to tell; to create a sense of community during these times of uncertainty; to challenge one's self to learn something new.

VISION

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ABOUT

Discover new stories from a variety of genres during these winter months.

We'll meet in person, on the last Saturday of each month* @ 10:00 at MCPL, to discuss what we've been learning and thinking.

* Subject to change based on holidays, etc. Meeting details will be confirmed each month via email.

MEET IN PERSON FOR GROUP DISCUSSION!

LAST SATURDAY

OF EACH MONTH

10:00AM @ MCPL

Registration Due by NOVEMBER 1

Contact the library to register today!

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NOVEMBER

HISTORICAL FICTION

Suite Francaise
by Irene Nemerovsky

Némirovsky captures a frightened Paris during WWII in real-time. Her own story, however, is a story within itself. (This is Lillian's favorite novel from this time period.)

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JANUARY #2

POETRY

Deaf Republic
by Ilya Kaminsky

Poetry was the first story. (And it doesn't have to be scary). This award-winning collection poses the question: What is silence?

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DECEMBER

CLASSIC

Persuasion
by Jane Austen

Jane Austen's last book, "Persuasion" was published six months after her death. Some consider it to have a more mature and complex relationship, with the same Austen wit.

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FEBRUARY

NONFICTION

The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down
by Anne Fadiman

An important look at cultural/belief differences as they relate to healthcare. A timely conversation for our current time.

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JANUARY #1

JUNIOR FICTION

FEVER 1793
by Laurie Halse Anderson

History reminds us of our past to make provisions for our future. "Fever 1793" may be written for younger readers, yet its theme finds a correlation with the world we live in today.

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MARCH

MODERN FICTION

The Music of Bees
by Eileen Garvin

An important look at cultural/belief differences as they relate to healthcare. A timely conversation for our current time.

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DON'T FORGET!

Registration Due by NOVEMBER 1

Contact the library to register today!