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Intriguing reads beyond the best sellers.
Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead by Olga Tokarczuk
When her neighbor turns up dead, and then other bodies turn up under strange circumstances, Janine, a recluse in a remote Polish village who prefers the company of animals over humans, inserts herself into the investigation.
Thursday, January 13, 10 AM • SIGN UP
Real-life reads that are engaging, informative, and important.
The Falcon Thief by Joshua Hammer
Documents the true story of Irish national Jeffrey Lendrum and his globetrotting adventures as a smuggler of rare birds, detailing the efforts of British wildlife detective Andy McWilliam to protect the world’s endangered birds of prey.
Monday, January 17, 7 PM • SIGN UP
Captivating fiction you might have missed.
The Exiles by Christina Baker Kline
Sent to a Tasmanian penal colony, a young governess befriends a talented midwife and an orphaned Aboriginal chief’s daughter while confronting the harsh realities of British colonialism and oppression in 19th-century Australia.
Tuesday, January 25, 7 PM • SIGN UP
Books by authors of marginalized or under-represented groups who write about their own experiences and perspectives.
The Yellow Bird Sings by Jennifer Rosner
A mother who goes into hiding when Nazis begin arresting Jewish citizens in Poland considers an impossible choice while struggling to keep her 5-year-old daughter, a musical prodigy, from being overheard.
Wednesday, February 9, 7 PM • SIGN UP
You can't go wrong with these thoughtful selections, past picks for library-hosted book discussions. Click on each title to see all available formats, often including e-books and audiobooks.