Book Club meetings are on the last Thursday of each month @ 6:45pm
Please join us for any or all of our monthly book clubs. We will discuss a different book each month. All titles are available to borrow through your library and many are available to borrow as a library eBook. There will be no meeting in December.
Thursday, March 26 @ 6:45pm
The Aviator's Wife by Melanie Benjamin
Despite her own major achievements--she becomes the first licensed female glider pilot in the United States--Anne Morrow Lindbergh is viewed merely as Charles Lindbergh's wife. The fairy-tale life she once longed for will bring heartbreak and hardships, ultimately pushing her to reconcile her need for love and her desire for independence, and to embrace, at last, life's infinite possibilities for change and happiness. Join us to discuss The Aviator's Wife by Melanie Benjamin.
Thursday, April 30 @ 6:45pm
The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton
Everyone is invited to the Southeast Branch Public Library to discuss this unforgettable novel that transports the reader from the back alleys of poverty of pre-World War I London to the shores of colonial Australia where so many made a fresh start, and back to the windswept coast of Cornwall, England, past and present. Join us to discuss this lovely novel by Kate Morton.
Thursday, May 28 @ 6:45pm
Frozen in Time by Mitchell Zuckoff
Two harrowing crashes... A vanished rescue plane... A desperate fight for life in a frozen, hostile land... The quest to solve a seventy-year-old mystery. Mitchell Zuckoff, author of the smash New York Times bestseller Lost in Shangri-La, delivers a gripping true story of endurance, bravery, ingenuity, and honor set in the vast Arctic wilderness of World War II and today.
Thursday, June 25 @ 6:45pm
Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline
Between 1854 and 1929, so-called orphan trains ran regularly from the cities of the East Coast to the farmlands of the Midwest, carrying thousands of abandoned children whose fates would be determined by pure luck. Would they be adopted by a kind and loving family, or would they face a childhood and adolescence of hard labor and servitude? Join us to discuss this powerful tale by Christina Baker Kline.