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Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Hello Book Discussion Group! Get ready for Wednesday July 10th @ 2:30pm...

Cannot wait to see you at the next book discussion which brings us: 
The Light We Lost by Jill Santopolo


Lucy and Gabe, two Columbia University students who meet as college seniors, decide they want their lives to mean something, launching a thirteen-year journey of dreams, betrayals, and love that brings Lucy to a point where she must make a life-altering choice. 

Book Discussion will be held on 
Wednesday, July 10th at 2:30pm.

Then come meet Jill in person at the 
Summer Reading Party 
on Thursday, August 15th at 7pm.

Saturday, March 9, 2019

Author Visit!

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 Author Visit! 

Come and meet
Betsy Carter
at our 

Wednesday Afternoon Book Discussion! 

April 3rd at 2:30pm

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"Carter's warm and beautiful prose brings us love, tragedy, mystery and hope in a moving celebration of America and the people who have come to it."--Amy Bloom, New York Times bestselling author of Lucky Us and Away

For fans of 
The Nightingale and Brooklyn 
comes an exquisite and unforgettable novel
 about friendship, love, and redemption 
in a circle of immigrants who flee Europe 
for 1930s-era 
New York City.

Copies of We Were Strangers Once are at the Circulation Desk.

Monday, February 11, 2019

The 2019 Long Island Reads winner is here!

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Join us at the Wednesday Afternoon Book Discussion 

Wednesday, March 6th at 2:30 pm
as we discuss:

The Female Persuasion
by Meg Wolitzer

A college student finds her perspectives transformed by a mentor activist at the center of the women's movement who challenges her to discover herself in ways that take her far from the traditional life she envisioned.

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Welcome again to 2019! Here's some news I think you could use...

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We lost Pulitzer Prize winning poet Mary Oliver last week at the age of 82. 
Oliver's work was simply astounding- 
she published more than 20 books, including the Pulitzer-winning 
 The NYTimes noted, "For her quiet, measured observations, and for her fiercely private personal mien (she gave many readings but few interviews, saying she wanted her work to speak for itself), she was likened to Emily Dickinson." She "often described her vocation as the observation of life."

Keep your eyes open for the 
fabulous debut novel, 
I was very fortunate to host 
Anissa Gray on our

On her twitter feed two days ago, Celeste Ng shared this news 
about her book, 
It's being adapted into a feature film with Julia Roberts attached to 
play Marilyn. 

has a movie release date 
of August 9th.
This cast gives me hope that one of my favorite books-to-movie treatments will not be disappointing!

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Great news to discover that Chelsea Cain's One Kick will also get a 12-episode series starring  Chris Noth on the WGN network. 

This week is Edith Wharton's birthday week, 

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Thursday, January 10, 2019

Wednesday Afternoon Book Discussion is the hottest ticket in town...and the best part is, you don't need one!

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We had 44 patrons show up for our 
January book discussion of 
The Summer Wives 
featuring a wonderful Skype with the delightful author Beatriz Williams!

Don't miss out next month as we read and discuss, Meet Me at the Museum by Anne Youngson.

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Wednesday, February 6th at 2:30pm

See you there!