NSL Book Club 2018

hillbilly homegoing

lightsout nouf geniusbirds penumbra 

 

 

 

 

 

labgirl

dispatches

nature harnessed

moscow moonlightridge

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018 Book Club Selections

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MEET:
Every 3rd Thursday 10:30ish to 12ish

WHERE: Library Conference Room (upstairs in Business Office )unless otherwise noted

BOOKS: Fiction and non-fiction books are selected at one year in advance. Books are chosen by group members

RESPONSIBILITIES OF MEMBERS: To have read the book (or at least attempted) and participate in the discussion.  Food items are also a nice treat.

What we're about:
We are a casual group that likes to get together to talk about books in addition to our discussion about the book of the month.  The books we choose to read are varied in subject matter and emotional depth.  We try to choose books that will incite discussion.  If this sounds like the group for you grab our book of the month and join us.

Books We've Read:
Check out our bookshelf at GoodReads


January 18

Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis | Discussion Questions
by J.D. Vance

 February 15

Homegoing | Discussion Questions
by Yaa Gyasi

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March 15

Lights Out: A Cyberattack, a Nation Unprepared, the Aftermath | 
by Ted Koppel


April 19

Finding Nouf | Discussion Questions
by Zoe Ferraris


May 17

The Genius of Birds |
by Jennifer Ackerman

June 21

Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore | Discussion Questions
by Robin Sloan

 

July 19

Lab Girl | Discussion Questions
by Hope Jahren

 

August 16

Dispatches from Pluto | Discussion Questions
by Richard Grant

 

September 20

The Invention of Nature | Discussion Questions
by Andrea Wulf


October 18

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind| Discussion Questions
by William Kamkwamba


November 15

A Gentleman in Moscow| Discussion Questions
by Amor Towles

December 13

Sweet Music on Moonlight Ridge | Discussion Questions
by Ramey Channell