Think romance isn’t discussable? Let us prove you wrong with A Distant Heart by Sonali Dev! Sonali is a local Naperville author who writes romances with a Bollywood flavor that tackle big issues perfect for any book club to discuss. Sonali’s novels often win starred reviews and have been listed on Library Journal, NPR, Washington Post and Kirkus Best Books of the year lists.
We are delighted to announce our 2018 Book Club Study schedule! Check out our website for our upcoming discussion titles and dates. You can also read the notes from our November discussion of The Mothers. We are now accepting RSVPs for our January discussion of Exit West by Mohsin Hamid. The discussion will be held: Tuesday, January
Please join us for a discussion of The Mothers by Brit Bennett, led by Megan Rosol: Wednesday, November 8 2 – 4 pm Morton Grove Public Library RSVP to Megan Rosol (email@example.com) Please arrange to obtain your own copy of the book for the discussion. As always, discussion of the book includes a nuts-and-bolts
Please join us for a discussion of Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic by Sam Quinones, led by Melissa Stoeger. Monday, August 7th 2 – 4 pm Deerfield Public Library RSVP to Melissa Stoeger (firstname.lastname@example.org) Please arrange to obtain your own copy of the book for the discussion. As always, discussion of the book includes
Please join us for a discussion of Boy, Snow, Bird by Helen Oyeyemi led by Emily Vinci: From the prizewinning author of Mr. Fox, the Snow White fairy tale brilliantly recast as a story of family secrets, race, beauty, and vanity. In the winter of 1953, Boy Novak arrives by chance in a small town in Massachusetts, looking,
Please join us for a discussion of Everything I Never Told You by by Celeste Ng led by Greta Ulrich. Lydia is dead. But they don’t know this yet. So begins this exquisite novel about a Chinese American family living in 1970s small-town Ohio. Lydia is the favorite child of Marilyn and James Lee, and
Please join us for a discussion of The Sisters Brothers by Patrick deWitt. When the Sisters brothers—professional hit men in the old West—agree to do “one last job,” things go horribly awry. A Western/mystery/historical fiction mash-up that’s funny and irreverent and sad and shortlisted for the Booker Prize. (How often does that happen with a