Enjoy all of the resources you need to host a book club about graphic novels. This month’s selection is Doctor Strange Vol. : The Way of the Weird.
May Online Book Club: What is it? Love the idea of a book club, but you don’t have time to attend meetings? No problem! We won’t have meetings, but anyone who reads or listens to that month’s title, either with physical copies or digital copies, can participate in our online discussion boards on Facebook and our blog […]
October is National Reading Group Month. Explore why belonging to a reading group is a good thing. And learn how to set one up. Ten good reasons to join a reading group Great food and beverages It’s free Make friends Meet interesting people Some books just need to be discussed Get away from screen time […]
Stuart Woods has several series but is best known for his Stone Barrington novels. Mr. Barrington is a former N.Y.P.D. detective turned lawyer. Woods writes fast moving investigative thrillers full of twists, and action, often with political or legal intrigue. They are often set in the south and feature boats and boating. The trappings of […]
Family, love, responsibility, and commitment are dramatized with humor, sensitivity, and suspense in inspirational fiction. Here are eight novels found in CCPL’s collection. After a Fashion by Jen Turano In 1882, Miss Harriet Peabody is a shop girl with high hopes in New York City, but her love of fashion isn’t enough to smooth her […]
What are the most romantic love stories ever written? Jane Austen’s novels, obviously, will take up the first six places on the Top Ten Most Romantic Books Ever list, so the question becomes, Which order do you put them in. Here are my criteria for choosing the most romantic of Austen’s books: Does the gentleman […]