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Friday, 20 November 2015
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DONATE A BOOK CLUB KIT
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The library happily accepts donations to purchase book club kits of your choice in honor of friends or relatives. Contact the Book Club Librarian for information at 435-716-9012. Check out these kits purchased with generous donations. We love our book club readers!

BIG STONE GAP by Ariana Trigiani. Ave Maria Mulligan is the town of Big Stone Gap's self-proclaimed spinster, a thirty-five-year-old pharmacist with a "mountain girl's body and a flat behind." She lives an amiable life with good friends and lots of hobbies until the fateful day in 1978 when she suddenly discovers that she's not who she always thought she was.

CROCODILE ON THE SANDBANK by Elizabeth Peters. Set in 1884, this is the first installment in what has become a beloved bestselling series. At thirty-two, strong-willed Amelia Peabody, a self-proclaimed spinster, decides to use her ample inheritance to indulge her passion, Egyptology. Her travels to Egypt result in encounters with mysteries, missing mummies, and the handsome Radcliffe Emerson.

SHEPHERDS ABIDING by Jan Karon. Millions of Americans have found Mitford to be a favorite home-away-from-home, and countless readers have long wondered what Christmas in Mitford would be like. The eighth Mitford novel provides a glimpse, offering a meditation on the best of all presents: the gift of one's heart.

UNSELFISH: Love Thy Neighbor as Thy Selfie by Paul D. Parkinson. Selfies are taking over the internet. Selfish behavior seems to be at an all-time high. But there are people who do Unselfish things every day. This book celebrates just a few of the unsung stories of regular people and celebrities alike going against the grain and helping their fellow man.
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Posted By Logan Library - Book Club Kits at 3:36 PM
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Wednesday, 23 September 2015
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FALL BOOK CLUB READS
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INVENTION OF WINGS by Sue Monk Kidd. This richly imagined, unsentimental narrative traces more than three decades in the lives of a wealthy Charleston debutante who longs to break free from the strictures of her household and pursue a meaningful life; and the urban slave, Handful, who is placed in her charge as a child before finding courage and a sense of self. Inspired by the true story of early-nineteenth-century abolitionist and suffragist Sarah Grimké.

THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS by Vanessa Diffenbaugh. Abandoned as an infant, Victoria grows up as a ward of the California foster-care system and is labeled unadoptable. She lands a job with a florist and uses her knowledge of the hidden meaning of flowers to gradually make her way back into the world - one that will include a career, motherhood, and the personal forgiveness necessary for her to love and be loved in return.

SWEETNESS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PIE by Alan Bradley. Meet eleven-year-old Flavia de Luce, an aspiring chemist with a passion for poison, who is propelled into a mystery when a man is found murdered on the grounds of her family's decaying English mansion and Flavia's father becomes the main suspect. The first in an intriguing, entertaining series that now numbers seven titles and has gone on to sell more than a million copies worldwide.

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Posted By Logan Library - Book Club Kits at 11:22 AM
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Thursday, 18 June 2015
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SUMMER BOOK CLUB READS
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ENCHANTMENT by Orson Scott Card. An imaginative retelling of the fairy tale Sleeping Beauty that follows one man from ninth-century Russia to present-day America as he struggles to rescue a princess and her kingdom, find true love, and overcome the blackest of evil.

THE HUNDRED FOOT JOURNEY by Richard C. Morais. The story of Hassan Haji, a boy from Mumbai, who ends up opening an Indian restaurant in a quiet French village that triggers a culinary war with the fancy haute cuisine place opposite. An appetizing tale for certain!

THE STORIED LIFE OF A. J. FIKRY by Gabrielle Zevin. A middle-aged bookseller mourning his lost wife, a feisty publisher's rep, and a charmingly precocious abandoned child come together on a small island off the New England coast in this utterly delightful novel of love and second chances. -- Beth Mills for LibraryReads.

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Posted By Logan Library - Book Club Kits at 10:55 AM
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