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Books for a Better World

Books for a Better World BFBW is a book club dedicated to thinking and talking inequality and injustice in the U.S. and around the world. We explore books about race, gender, immigration, sexuality, poverty, and criminal justice issues. Nonfiction, novels, comics, and memoirs–there’s something for everyone. This meeting will take place on the library's south lawn in a socially distanced outdoor meeting space. Masks are required. Or participate safely online by joining out Goodreads group. June’s book is Everywhere You Don't Belong by Gabriel Bump. You can find a copy of this month’s title on Hoopla or place a physical copy on…

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Brown Bag Talking Book Discussion

Brown Bag Talking Book Discussion The group discusses two audiobooks each month. Listen to both, one, or none. Everyone is welcome. Please call the library to reserve a copy for yourself. VIRTUAL OR CALL-IN ONLY. Call 712-775-7031 Access Code: 965803 or join virtually by visiting bit.ly/TCLbtbcall This month's books are: The hundred secret senses by Amy Tan DB40838 12 hours, 47 minutes Life is too short by Mickey Rooney DB33012 12 hours, 25 minutes

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Adult Book Discussion

Adult Book Discussion Adult Book Discussion is back! Join us as we read fiction from all walks of life and perspectives. For our next discussion, we’ll be reading The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides .   Register today to join us our lively discussion! Register in advance for this meeting: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMqd-6hpjgrH9cdAbOwMbWFSP7MXXFMVV-2   After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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Books for a Better World

  Books for a Better World Books for a Better World is a book club dedicated to thinking and talking inequality and injustice in the U.S. and around the world. We explore books about race, gender, immigration, sexuality, poverty, and criminal justice issues. Nonfiction, novels, comics, and memoirs–there’s something for everyone. Meetings are currently held online.  Participate in the discussion on Zoom or follow along on Facebook Live. Click here to register. May's book is They Called Us Enemy by George Takei, available via Hoopla.

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Brown Bag Talking Book Discussion

Brown Bag Talking Books Discussion The group discusses two audiobooks each month. Listen to both, one, or none. Everyone is welcome. Please call the library to reserve a copy for yourself. VIRTUAL OR CALL-IN ONLY. Call 712-775-7031 Access Code: 965803 or join virtually by visiting bit.ly/TCLbtbcall This month's books are: Gingerbread (DB94113) by Helen Oyeyemi, 7 hrs., 30 min. Me: Elton John official autobiography (DB97053) by Elton John, 11 hrs., 49 min.

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Books & Bytes Book Club

Books & Bytes Book Club Books & Bites is a monthly book club that reads and discusses Young Adult books– anyone who is a fan of the genre can attend. We currently meet on the 1st Sunday of every month on Facebook. You can find a copy of this month’s title on Hoopla available as both an ebook and an audiobook. To keep up with updates, join in on our monthly book discussions, and for general bookish talk, send us a request to join our Facebook group. We hope to see you there! This months book is: “When Dimple Met Rishi" by Sandhya Menon…

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Adult Book Discussion

Adult Book Discussion Adult Book Discussion is back! Join us as we read fiction from all walks of life and perspectives. For our next discussion, we’ll be reading ““The Night Circus” by Erin Morgenstern .   Register today to join us our lively discussion! Register in advance for this meeting: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMqd-6hpjgrH9cdAbOwMbWFSP7MXXFMVV-2   After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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Books for a Better World

Books for a Better World Books for a Better World is a book club dedicated to thinking and talking inequality and injustice in the U.S. and around the world. We explore books about race, gender, immigration, sexuality, poverty, and criminal justice issues. Nonfiction, novels, comics, and memoirs–there’s something for everyone. Meetings are currently held online.  Participate in the discussion on Zoom or follow along on Facebook Live. Click here to register. April's book is The Mountains Sing by Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai, available via Hoopla.

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Brown Bag Talking Books Discussion

Brown Bag Talking Books Discussion The group discusses two audiobooks each month. Listen to both, one, or none. Everyone is welcome. Please call the library to reserve a copy for yourself. VIRTUAL OR CALL-IN ONLY. Call 712-775-7031 Access Code: 965803 or join virtually by visiting bit.ly/TCLbtbcall This month's books are: The Fallen Angel (DB75182) by Daniel Silva, 10 hrs., 50 min. The Late Show (DB88433) by Michael Connelly, 9 hrs., 24 min.

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Books & Bytes Book Club

Books & Bytes Book Club Books & Bites is a monthly book club that reads and discusses Young Adult books– anyone who is a fan of the genre can attend. We currently meet on the 1st Sunday of every month on Facebook. You can find a copy of this month’s title on Hoopla available as both an ebook and an audiobook. To keep up with updates, join in on our monthly book discussions, and for general bookish talk, send us a request to join our Facebook group. We hope to see you there! This months book is: “Monday’s Not Coming" by Tiffany D. Jackson…

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