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Book Discussion Group     

meets Sept. – May

on the 4th Wednesday
at 5:30 PM in the Library.

5:30 Refreshments and
6:00 Book discussion

Sept. 26  5:00-7:30

Wonder by  R.J. Palacio

Special Event 
Let’s go to the movies, but do
yourself a favor and read the
book first.

Leader: Cynthia Goetzmann
Free popcorn and candy bars!


Oct. 24 The Kitchen House
Kathleen Grissom’s
novel is a coming-of-age
story about Livinia, an Irish
immigrant, who grows up as a
slave in antebellum Virginia

Leader: Sally Broccolo

Dessert:  Ruth Wood


Nov. 28 (5th Wed.)

Mademoiselle Chanel

C.W. Gortner’s historical novel
tells the rags to riches story of
iconic fashion designer Coco

Leader:   Vivian Vanderzell

Dessert:  Carol Sherman


Jan. 23 The Distance Between

Reyna Grande’s poignant
memoir is about her childhood in
. It is about the children
left behind.

Leader:   Ellie Jordan

Dessert:  Judy Powell



 Feb. 27  Station Eleven
Emily St. John Mandel
written a daring, darkly glittering
novel set in the eerie days of
civilization’s collapse.

 Barbara Kennerson
Renee Boone


March 27 The Woman in the

A.J. Finn’s mystery is a powerful
“Hitchcockian” thriller about an
agoraphobic woman who believes
she witnessed a murder.

Leader:   Andrea McIntosh

Dessert:  Marilyn Matteson

April 24 The Ten Year Nap
Meg Wolitzer’s
novel is about
what happens in one community
when a group of four educated
women choose not to work.

Lonnie Withiam
Marcia Young


May 22 Origin
Dan Brown’s
5th book in the
Robert Langdon series questions
“where do we come from?” and
“where are we going?”

Leader: Gloria Osborne
Dessert: Izzie Kunitz

“What is the use of books,”
thought Alice, “without pictures and

Lewis Carrol

 We may not have a lot of pictures,
but we do have plenty of


So please join us!


Call the Library      229-5020
Cynthia Goetzmann 229-5678

Books we have discussed

All the Light We Cannot See
            by Anthony Doerr
Bel Canto
            by Ann Patchett
The Book Thief
            by Markus Zusak
Cutting for Stone
            by Abraham Verghese
East of Eden
            by John Steinbeck
Five Quarters of the Orange
            by Joanne Harris
A Gentleman in Moscow
            by Amor Towles
The Girl Who Fell from the Sky
            by Heidi W. Durrow
The Good Earth
            by Pearl Buck
The Greatest Generation
            by Tom Brokaw
The Guernsey Literary and Potato
            Peel Pie Society     by M. Shaffer
Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet
            by Jamie Ford
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
            by Rebecca Skloot
            by William Kennedy
John Adams
            by David McCullough
The Killer Angels
            by Michael Shaara
The Kite Runner
            by Khaled Hosseini
The Language of Flowers
            by Vanessa Diffenbaugh
Left Neglected
            by Lisa Genova
A Lesson before Dying
            by Earnest Gaines
Letters from Skye
            by Jessica Brockmole

The Light Between Oceans
            by M.L. Stedman
Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake
            by Anna Quindlen
Love in the Time of Cholera
            by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Memoirs of a Geisha
            by Arthur Golden
Memory Keeper’s Daughter
      by Kim Edwards
            by Hillary Jordan
My Antonia
            by Willa Cather
The Nightingale
            by Kristin Hannah
Orphan Train
            by Christina Baker Kline
One Thousand White Women
            by Jim Fergus
Prodigal Summer
            by Barbara Kingsolver
            by Laura Hillenbrand
Secret Life of Bees
            by Sue Monk Kidd
Small Great Things
            by Jody Picoult
Snow Falling on Cedars
            by David Guterson
Still Alice
            by Lisa Genova
Stones from the River
            by Ursula Hegi
The Story of Edgar Sawtelle
            by David Wroblewski
Their Eyes are Watching God
            by Zora Neale Hurston
To Kill a Mockingbird
            by Harper Lee
Water for Elephants
      by Sara Gruen
We were the Mulvaneys
            by Joyce Carol Oates

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