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Book clubs, public and privatePosted Monday, January 28, 2013, at 10:05 PM
By WICKY SLEIGHT
Three book clubs meet regularly at the Library. Everyone is invited to attend.
Tea at 2 meets on the last Tuesday of the month at 2 p.m. On Nov. 27, the group will discuss "Celia, a Slave." An elegant tea is served so reservations are required by calling the Library 660-886-3391.
Pageturners meets the last Monday of the month at 7 p.m. On Nov. 26, members will discuss "Celia, a Slave." Pageturners and Tea at 2 discuss the same book each month. Melanie Dees Campbell is the leader of both clubs.
Lit Wits meets the third Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. On Nov. 14, the group will discuss "The Story of Edgar Sawtelle."
The date was changed in November due to Thanksgiving. There will be no meeting in December. Brenda Miller leads the Lit Wits discussion.
Stop by the library to get copies of these books and start reading.
If you have an e-reader, lead a book club, or just want to know about the newest books, the library is making our selection tools available for you to browse in the Gathering Ground room.
Magazines such as "Publisher's Weekly," "Library Journal," "The Horn Book," and "New York Times Book Review" are excellent sources for the best and newest books, with honest professional reviews.
On a Personal Note
Wouldn't it be fun to have a personal and private book club with siblings, best friends, grandparents, grandchildren? We can help you find just the right book for your discussion.
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