The Friends of the Libraries will hold their monthly book club on Tuesday 6/16 at 11:30am. They will discuss this month’s selection, Life of Pi by Yann Martel. All are welcome to join.
The Friends of the Libraries sponsor a monthly book club, which anyone is welcome to join. This month, they will be discussing The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty. The group will meet Tuesday 5/19 at 11:30am in the Smart Community Room.
The Friends of the Libraries will hold their monthly book discussion group on Tuesday 4/21 at 11:30am. They will discuss the book The Daring Ladies of Lowell by author Kate Alcott. All are welcome at these meetings.
If you would like to start reading for the May book club meeting, you can pick up a copy of The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty from our circulation desk.
The Friends of the Libraries sponsor a monthly book club, which anyone is welcome to join. This month, they will be discussing Ian McEwan’s most recent novel The Children Act. The group will meet Tuesday 3/17 at 11:30am in the Smart Community Room.
The Friends of the Libraries run a monthly book club, open to anyone in the community. This month’s book discussion will be on the novel Me Before You, written by Jojo Moyes. The group will meet Tuesday, January 20th at 11am in the Smart Community Room.
To get a jump on next month’s book club book, check out And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini.
The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein is the next book to be discussed at the Friends of the Libraries book discussion group. The group will meet Tuesday, November 18th at 11:30am. Anyone is welcome to attend the meeting, including those who have never been before. We hope you will stop in!
Do you enjoy historical fiction? Join the Library Friends for their book discussion group on October 21 at 11:30 am. The book is Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd, which is set in the South in the early 1800’s and centers around the anti-slavery movement.
Join the Friends of the Libraries at their upcoming book discussion group meeting on Tuesday September 16th at 11:30am. The book, Caleb’s Crossing, is a historical fiction novel set in the 1660’s. New participants are always welcome and can get a copy of the book by requesting it at the Sidney Library’s circulation desk.
Thursday, August 21st at 6:30pm will be the fourth and final installment of our adult summer book club meeting, held in the Smart Community Room. The final topic is science fiction, and readers are encouraged to read a book of their choice. A few ideas of science fiction related books include:
A complete list of suggestions can be found in the Sidney Library (on the flier titled Literary Elements) or by you can click here to download the flier as a .pdf file.