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Work, School, Book Club Too?

On top of everything else going on in my life, working full-time, being a graduate school student, I’ve added a book club to the list. 701 more words

Shannon and Kate Review The Miniaturist

Kate and I can’t stop talking about Jessie Burton‘s The Miniaturist (this season’s Girl’s Night In Book Club pick!). Since we both wanted so badly to post a review of it we figured we’d post one together – two reviews for the price of one! 523 more words

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Afternoon Book Club

The Monthly Afternoon Book Discussion will meet on

Tuesday, October 28th at 1:30 pm to discuss

The Museum of Extraordinary Things

by Alice Hoffman

with Lisa Jones, Readers’ Services Librarian. 228 more words

Books

When You’re Paralyzed by Procrastination…(Part 3 of 3 from The Red Sea Rules—The God Who Led You in Will Lead You Out by Robert J. Morgan)

COME MEET AND HEAR ROB MORGAN, NEXT MONDAY, OCTOBER 27TH!

6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

Middletown United Methodist Church!!!

 

Calling all procrastinators!!!….

Guessing there are a few of… 993 more words

Elizabeth Hoagland

Book Club Survey Question

We know Mt Holyoke alumnae are readers. This is a given. How many of you are in a book club? Or, perhaps the better question is, how many of you are in more than one book club – formal or informal? 132 more words

Why you should never stop reading aloud to your kids

There are several reasons why we should be reading books aloud to kids, young and old!  It helps to develop:  fluency, a larger vocabulary, comprehension skills, critical thinking, and literary styles, just to name a few!   10 more words

Book Club Corner: November Recommendations


Welcome to our Book Club Corner, where each month we highlight books new to paperback we think would make perfect picks for your next book club discussion. 1,013 more words