A new year brings a return of your favorite clubs with a couple of changes. Tea and Tales is the library’s newest club. It focuses on historical fiction and the classics. The Read More club continues this year with a fun new reading challenge. Click on the links or go to the catalog to place holds on any of the titles. As always, you can find more info on our book club webpage.
Mrs. Pollifax is a widow and getting on in years. Finding her life in New Jersey dull, she seeks a career change, and becomes a most unlikely, but successful, spy. Check out her witty, world-wide espionage adventures written by Dorothy Gilman.
Struggling to rebuild after rehab, an interior designer leaps at a chance to renovate her heiress cousin’s lavish apartment and learns the scandalous history of a distant ancestor’s connection to the murder of the building’s architect a century earlier.
A timely collection of speeches by one of the most honored historians in the United States—winner of two Pulitzer Prizes, two National Book Awards and the Presidential Medal of Freedom—aims to remind readers of fundamental American principles.
Read More Book Club at Prison City
The book club meets at Prison City Pub and Brewery at 28 State St. in Auburn.
A first-hand graphic novel account of the author’s lifelong struggle for civil and human rights continues to cover his involvement in the Freedom Vote and Mississippi Freedom Summer campaigns, and the Selma to Montgomery march.
Coffee and Conversation Book Club
Thursday, January 25 at 10:30 a.m.
There is a book club kit available for this title. Please ask for a copy of the book at the library’s front desk.
Tired of living on a failing farm and suffering oppressive poverty, bored housewife Dellarobia Turnbow, on the way to meet a potential lover, is detoured by a miraculous event on the Appalachian mountainside that ignites a media and religious firestorm that changes her life forever.