Copies of the dystopian young adult novel, the Hunger Games, are available now at the Park Reference Desk. We will meet to discuss this book on May 7th.
On April 2nd, we will meet to discuss True Grit by Charles Portis. This Western is set in the 1800’s and tells the story of Mattie Ross, the fourteen-year-old who sets out to avenge her father’s death.
The Crandall Library is closed today, so our discussion for Twelve Years a Slave has been postponed until next Wednesday. Thankfully, the Buddha in the Attic looks like a quick read. If anyone would like to get a jump on the reading, we have copies available at the Park Reference Desk. Be safe!
This is the story of Maddie, a young woman who falls in love and marries Lane Morimoto just before the attack on Pearl Harbor. The young couple face discrimination and hate due to Lane’s Japanese heritage and are forced to relocate to an internment camp. We will be discussion this title in our December meeting. Bring tissues.
This Wednesday, we will meet to discuss Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson. All of the copies I ordered are spoken for, so if you can get your hands on one in time for Wednesday’s meeting, come on down!
So for October’s meeting, we will be discussing the Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. Copies are available at the Park Reference desk, so stop in soon to pick up a copy.
We will be discussion The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern on Wednesday, September 4th. This debut work made it to Round Two during our Battle of the Books earlier this year! Copies are available at the Park Reference Desk.