Selections for 2013
The group meets @ the Library, 10 am on the 2nd Tuesday of each month unless otherwise noted. Everyone welcome to attend.
“The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, like many of Mark Twain’s other works, contains a good deal of social commentary. But, at heart, the novel is a boy’s story. Indeed, Mark Twain himself calls the book “a history of a boy.” He also states that the characters and plot are based on real people and events in his own boyhood. The resulting tale is as lively as you could imagine.
Tom Sawyer is full of mischief. The main character, Tom, constantly searches for new adventures, new tricks to play, or new ways to break the rules without getting into trouble.” http://classiclit.about.com
Books are available at the circulation desk, including an audio and large print edition.
Movie & snack following the book discussion.
We invite families with older children to join in the book discussion and /or the movie. Not suitable for very young children.
The 2nd Tuesday Book Club will not meet in July and August
Check out the options for the Adult Summer Reading Program
September 10 we will discuss The Chaperone by Laura Moriarty