Forest Town & District

Book Club

Group Leader: Ann Stanford.

JOIN US for a Book Club Zoom Meeting

Contact me by clicking on the bird symbol on the right >>>
and I will send you the Zoom link.
If you are new to Zoom there is guidance on the Computer and IT page.

Currently we tap into the Inspire Book Club monthly choice, to have access to this service membership of the library service is required, communication between our members is by email.

Our August/September book is Cartes Postales from Greece by Victoria Hislop.
I have searched on Libby but, unfortunately, there were no matches.
The book can be collected from Forest Town Library after the Zoom meeting which is on Monday August 9th at 10:30am.
Details will be sent to anyone wishing to join us. Just get in touch!
Ann

If you love to read and would like to chat about the books you have read during lockdown then please join us in the next Zoom Book Group session.

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Previous readings:

We have our first book for this year from the library, 'The Essex Serpent' by Sarah Perry.
The book can be collected from Forest Town library.

There are multi audio copies on 'Libby', the Inspire borrowing platform for books and magazines.
To access 'Libby' you need your library and PIN number.

If anyone would like to join a Zoom session to discuss the book that would be brilliant.
The Zoom meeting will be on Monday 19 July 2021 at 10.30am.
Links will be sent to Book Group members and anyone who wishes to join us.
Email me for details.

The next book is The Memory Book by Rowan Coleman. It will be available from the library from Tuesday 20 July followed by a Zoom meeting in August.
Ann Stanford

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Previous book choices:

20/07/20 - This weeks choice is - The Beekeeper of Aleppo by Christy Lefteri, you can preview the book without having to log in, if you like the preview it may 'Inspire' you to borrow the book by logging in with your library card.

13/07/20 - The extracts page is no longer available. There are short stories but the format has quite a few adverts in between the text. This story highlights the ‘everydayness’ of people’s lives in a disturbing way. Do you think the world really ended?
The Last Night of the World -Ray Bradbury

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