Copies of books and readings for our discussions are available the 3rd floor Reader Services desk.
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Tracy Gossage leads an evening discussion of "A Discovery of Witches" by Deborah Harkness.
A descendant of one of the Salem witches discovers an enchanted manuscript that is coveted by a variety of supernatural beings.
Benjamin Goluboff leads a discussion of "Saturday" by Ian McEwan.
A minor accident threatens to derail the life of a complacent London neurosurgeon.
This month's workshop has been cancelled due to a schedule conflict. The next workshop meets November 21.
Join the newly reorganized monthly Great Books Discussion Group led by educator and scholar Robert Waterbury. Share stimulating discussions in a friendly, welcoming setting.
The October reading is "The Virtues" by John Dewey. Copies are available at the 3rd floor Reader Services desk.
Nancy Buehler leads the discussion of "The Invention of Exile" by Vanessa Manko.
Wrongly accused of attending anarchist gatherings, a Russian immigrant is deported from the United States to Mexico and maintains a daily correspondence with his American wife while struggling to reunite with his family.
Meeting at North Shore Comics on Dundee and Landwehr Road
Whether you're a fan or simply want to learn more about this increasingly popular art form, join us at North Shore Comics after store hours to talk about graphic novels with fellow enthusiasts and newcomers.
Just in time for Halloween, in October we will discuss the Horror genre. Choose a graphic novel to read from this month's list of suggested titles and meet us at the store to join in the discussion!
If you would prefer to own a copy of any of the titles we'll discuss, contact North Shore Comics and ask about their special discount for participants.
Join Librarian Lori Siegel for reviews of a variety of books that you might add to your reading list or share with your book group.
Meet some of today's most talented writers at the library's new series, an Evening with the Author. At each event, authors will read a selection of their work, answer questions, and sign copies of their books. Books will be available to purchase courtesy of the Book Bin.
Join authors Lori Rader-Day ("The Black Hour"), Susanna Calkins ("A Murder at Rosamund's Gate"), Jamie Freveletti ("Running from the Devil") and Lynne Raimondo ("Dante's Wood") for a thrilling discussion of mystery novels.
Books on Tap is the library's book club in a pub. Meet in the private room of the Landmark Inn to relax, talk books, and enjoy a tasty beverage and snacks.
Mike Hominick leads a discussion of "Bird Box" by Josh Malerman.
Malorie's two children have been taught to stay indoors and to keep their eyes shut. That is because there is something evil out there. But now, if they want to live, they must go outside.
Come join us as we kick off National Novel Writing Month with food, games, and lots of writing.