Book Discussions

Brown Bag Book Discussion
2nd Tuesday of the month

Books in this discussion range across genre and temperament. Join us and experience books you may otherwise miss!

June 13                   The Widow by Fiona Barton (Meets at Gabe’s Place 12:30)

July 11                    She’s Not There by Joy Fielding

August 8                Discuss your favorite summer book

Parent/Grandparent and Child Book Discussion
2nd Tuesday of the month

Do you have a book lover or reluctant reader in your household? Encourage your children to read with you this summer! Stop by the library and pick up two copies of the monthly book selection and spend some quality time reading separately or together. Come to the library for PIZZA and a fun-filled discussion with other families. Advance registration required. Book Pickup on first day of each month. Grades 4-6.

July 11                    As Brave As You by Jason Reynolds

August 8               Missing Pieces by Jean Van Leeuwen

Teen Fiction Book Discussion
3rd Tuesday of the month

Are you a fan of teen fiction? Want to get together in a fun, relaxed setting with other teen fiction fans to discuss some interesting and timely page turners? The stories may be fictional, but each explores critical topics, relevant to us all, that relate to power, privilege, and finding one’s voice. The first meeting will be held at Margarita’s Bar & Grill in Lynwood.

June 20                     Glory O’Brien’s History of the Future by A.S. King

July 18                      Piecing Me Together by Renee Watson

August 15                Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson


Indigo Book Discussion
4th Saturday of the month

Our discussion group brings mature readers together to discuss a variety of genres primarily written by African American authors.  We engage in lively discussions by sharing, listening and expanding our readers experience on a wide range of topics.

June 24                     I Almost Forgot About You by Terry McMillan

July 22                      Forty Acres by Dwayne Alexander Smith

August 26                Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead