February 2016 Book DiscussionsPosted: February 3, 2016
On Tuesday, February 16 at 10:00 am, the Tuesday Morning Book Group will be meeting in the 2nd floor Meeting Room to discuss Gutenberg’s Apprentice, by Alix Christie, a novel set in mid-15th century Germany about the early days of Johan Gutenberg’s printing press, from the point of view of scribe turned apprentice Peter Schoeffer.
On February 23 at 7:00 pm, The Tuesday Evening Book Group will discuss When the Moon is Low, by Nadia Hashimi, a contemporary novel that opens in Afghanistan, when Fereiba is a girl. She grows up to marry, teach, and have children, then becomes a refugee trying to get her family to safety in London, where her sister lives.
The Crime Readers are meeting at Home Run Inn Pizza in Darien on Thursday, February 18 to discuss A Taste for Death, by P.D. James. The discussion begins at 7:00 pm, with optional dinner at 6:00 pm. The Crime Readers are co-sponsored by the Indian Prairie Public Library.