Karen, our library recommendation expert and book club organizer extraordinaire, has all the book club info you need to start your literary year on the right page!
New year, new reading challenge! For those of us that love to read, and love to read a lot, we look forward to the monthly and yearly reading challenges that the library offers, and yes, there are prizes!
But for others, just getting through a book a month, let alone five a month, well, THAT is a challenge. Here at the library we have three monthly book clubs that are open to the public, The Friends of the Library (FOL) Book Club, the Overbooked Reading Group, and Pictures and Prose. But in the town of Red Wing, there are a plethora of other book clubs, and many of them get their books at our library. We are here to help with book suggestions and with requesting books for groups. We’ll keep you updated on what our book clubs and others in town are reading. If you’d like to register your book club with the library, just stop by the service desk and we’d be glad to talk to you about it.
Wondering what we’re reading? Here’s what’s on our list for January!
The FOL Book Club is reading First Family Detail by Ronald Kessler.
The Overbooked Book Club is reading Firefly Lane by Kristin Hannah.
Pictures & Prose will be taking a look at the American Library Association’s Youth Media Awards winning titles, to be announced on Monday, January 27.
Community book clubs are reading these great titles!
The Girl With Seven Names by Hveonseo Lee
The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris
The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah
The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak
A Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult
Grace of Silence by Michele Norris
Read one, read three, or read them all!