The library has many new books, some of which are on the new display shelves.
Check out the following:
Display books in the Adult Section include a sampling of past favorites–fiction and non-fiction–that were read in our Book Discussion Group. Among these are:
- THE NIGHTINGALE by Kristin Hannah, a historical fiction novel telling the story of 2 sisters in France during WWII and their struggle to survive and resist the German occupation.
- THE SPARROW by Mary Doria Russell, an award-winning science fiction novel about a Jesuit priest and his friends who embark on a journey to the planet Rakhat. This is a book with many layers.
- ADA BLACKJACK: A TRUE STORY OF SURVIVAL IN THE ARCTIC by Jennifer Niven, the gripping and inspiring tale of 4 men and 1 woman and their quest for survival deep in the Arctic.
The new books on display in the Young Adult section include several on how young people can and do make a difference in today’s turbulent times.
The Church Library houses more than 4000 books that you may borrow and read as long as you like. Reference books are also available, but must remain in the Library and cannot be borrowed. There is a big children’s section to be used.
All meetings will be held on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7:30 pm in the Church Library except the May meeting which begins at 7:00. There are no meetings in December, July or August
Facilitator: Barbara Reimers (610-694- 0767) Connect with Barbara.