Realistic Fiction

Book Club Choices June 2012

Don't let your book group miss these.

The three Weissmanns of Westport [kit] by Cathleen Schine

Annie's ghosts [kit]: a journey into a family secret by Steve Luxenberg

The immortal life of Henrietta Lacks [kit] by Rebecca Skloot

The reading group by Elizabeth Noble

The pilot's wife: a novel by Anita Shreve

Battle hymn of the tiger mother by Amy Chua

Look What's In Large Print, June 2012

Angelina's bachelors [Large print]: a novel, with food by Brian O'Reilly; recipes by Virginia O'Reilly

Gabby: [large print] a story of courage and hope by Gabrielle Giffords and Mark Kelly with Jeffrey Zaslow

How it all began [Large print] by Penelope Lively

Need you now [Large print]: a novel by James Grippando

The cat's table [Large print] by Michael Ondaatje

Look What's In Large Print May 2012

Three More Series Being Moved to J Fiction

The following series will soon be found only in the J Fiction Collection:

  • Michigan Chillers — will be shelved as J Fiction Rand
  • American Chillers — will be shelved as J Fiction Rand
  • Hannah Montana — will be shelved as J Fiction Hannah

Thank you once again for your patience and understanding while these items are being processed to reflect these changes.

Book Club Choices May 2012

The perfect book for a book discussion is one that's not too easy, not too hard, that will hold the interest of a diverse group of readers and will also inspire a lively discussion. For additional book club resources try the Canton Public Library's Book Club in a Bag.
 

All mortal flesh by Julia Spencer-Fleming

The art of racing in the rain: a novel by Garth Stein

Mockingbird: a portrait of Harper Lee by Charles J. Shields

A reliable wife: a novel by Robert Goolrick

Canton Seniors Book Discussion: June 27, 2012

Canton Seniors Book Discussion Group will meet on Wednesday, June 27 from 2:00-3:00 PM in Group Study Room A. This month we are discussing:

Old friends by Tracy Kidder — What is it like to grow old in America? Two men, strangers to each other, are assigned to share a room upon moving into a western Massachusetts nursing home. Kidder spotlights the friendship that blooms between Joe, an irascible 72-year-old stroke victim, and gentle Lou, 90 and almost blind, who grieves for his deceased wife, tells rambling stories about his past and worries about Joe. Author Tracy Kidder has won Pulitzer Prizes for both his fiction and non-fiction works.

Murder Will Out: May 2012

Missing persons: a Kate Conway mystery by Clare O'Donohue

The return of Captain John Emmett by Elizabeth Speller

Nightworld by Wilson, F. Paul

Prey on Patmos: an Inspector Kaldis Mystery by Jeffrey Siger

Fall from grace by Wayne Arthurson

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