Book Discussions and author commentary as well as Public forums where ideas are discussed.
Orphaned at a young age and shuttled from relative to relative, Housekeeping by Marilynne Robinson explores two sisters' journey through not only the physical act of keeping house, but also the psychological aspect of "keeping one's house" in order. This is a book club favorite across the country - come in to see what the ballyhoo is all about!more info
Our October evening book is this award-winning novel by Mark Haddon, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time. Follow 15 year old Christopher as he investigates the titular incident, for which he is blamed. While the mystery is, in itself, a compelling story, the fact that Christopher is autistic with a penchant for Sherlock Holmes and a supreme distaste for the color yellow adds to the development of his story and provides for a gripping autumnal read.more info
In 1972, the tiny windswept town of DeClare, Oklahoma, was consumed by the terrifying disappearance of Nicky Jack Harjo. When he was no more than a baby, his pajama bottoms were found on the banks of Willow Creek. Nearly 30 years later, Nicky mysteriously returns in this intriguing and delightfully hypnotic tale, full of the authentic heartland characters that Billie Letts writes about so beautifully.more info
Our evening book discussion group for adults has moved to a new night - Mondays at 6:30 pm. This month, we'll discuss Stolen Lives a former Oprah book club pick and a stunning story about life in a prison camp for an entire family.
It is not necessary to have read the book to attend or participate. If you've got the time, stop in and see what our book group is all about!