Category: The Bookies – Book Discussion

The Bookies is POSTPONED to Tuesday, 12/26 at 7pm

This month, The Bookies are reading Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin. We have multiple copies available for checkout. New members are always welcome! Summary: Welcome to Elsewhere. It is warm, with a breeze, and the beaches are marvelous. It’s quiet and peaceful. You can’t get sick or any older. Curious to see new paintings by Picasso? …

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The Bookies – Book Club – Tuesday, 11/21 at 7PM

For November, the Bookies will be reading There, There by Tommy Orange. We have multiple copies available for checkout. New members are always welcome! This program is held both in-person and on Zoom. If you would like to attend virtually, please contact Joyce at jwhite@goodwinlibrary.org for the Zoom link. Summary: A wondrous and shattering novel …

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The Bookies – Book Club – Tuesday, 10/17 at 7PM

For October, The Bookies are reading The Hour of the Witch by Chris Bohjalian. We have multiple copies available for checkout. New members are always welcome! This program will be held in-person and on Zoom. If you would like to attend virtually, please contact Joyce at jwhite@goodwinlibrary.org. Summary: Boston, 1662. Mary Deerfield is twenty-four-years-old. Her …

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The Bookies, with NHHC! Tuesday, 9/19 at 7PM

As part of NH Humanities’ Perspectives Book Groups, we’re reading The Reluctant Fundamentalist by Mohsin Hamid. We have multiple copies available. This program will be held in-person and virtually. Please email Joyce at jwhite@goodwinlibrary.org for the Zoom link if you would like to attend virtually. Summary: At a café table in Lahore, a bearded Pakistani …

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The Bookies – Tuesday, 8/22 at 6PM on Zoom

This month, The Bookies are reading The Dictionary of Lost Words by Pip Williams. We have multiple copies available for checkout. New members are always welcome! This program is on Zoom. Please contact Joyce at jwhite@goodwinlibrary.org for the Zoom link. Summary: Esme is born into a world of words. Motherless and irrepressibly curious, she spends …

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