June Book Discussions @ the Library

Book Clubbers
Meets the first Thursday of each month.
Thursday, June 5th @ 7pm (Harnish)

Girl in Translation
Kwok, Jean

When young Kimberly Chang emigrates from Hong Kong with her mother, she uses her “talent for school” to escape the confines of a freezing Brooklyn apartment and the harsh working conditions of a Chinatown sweatshop.



Meets the first Friday of each month.
Friday, June 6th @ 10am (Harnish)

Stones for Ibarra
Doerr, Harriet

When Richard and Sara Everton move to the small remote village Ibarra, Mexico to revive his grandfather’s abandoned copper mine, the discover the true meaning of community.



For adults who enjoy reading YA Literature. Meets the second Monday of each month.
Monday, June 9th @ 7pm (Harnish)

Pratchett, Terry

After a devastating tsunami destroys all that they have ever known, Mau, an island boy, and Daphne, an aristocratic English girl, together with a small band of refugees, set about rebuilding their community and all the things that are important in their lives.


Nite Readers
Meets the third Thursday of each month.
Thursday, June 19th @ 7pm (Harnish)

McEwan, Ian

On one fateful Saturday morning in February, a minor car accident brings surgeon Henry Perowne into contact with a dangerous young man who threatens his charmed life. A brillant page-tuning thriller.



Classics Book Club
Meets the third Wednesday of each month.
WednesdayJune 18th @ 7pm (Harnish)

The Sun Also Rises
Hemingway, Ernest

Americans and English travel from Paris to Paloma during the 1920’s. Conveys brutally realistic descriptions of bullfighting in Spain.

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