Scene of the Crime
New Books for Fun
African American Literature
Counting With Cute Critters
New Books from Old Friends
From Oliver Jeffers' Imagination
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5400 New Hope Commons Drive, Durham, NC 27707-9716
Lake Forest Park
Please join the mystery book group as they discuss The Crossing Places by Elly Griffiths. The following month's selection will be Blue Heaven by C.J. Box.
Please join us for Storytime as we read 1-2-3 Peas by Keith Baker and Stop Snoring, Bernard! by Zachariah Ohora.
At this month's meeting, the science book group will be discussing Genes in Conflict by Austin Burt and Robert Trivers. The next month, the group will be reading The Killer of Little Shepherds by Douglas Starr.
Please join the group as they discuss Little Bee by Chris Cleave.
Please join the contemporary fiction book group for the discussion of Brooklyn by Colm Toibin. The following month's selection will be By the Lake by John McGahem.
Please join us for Storytime as we read Bears in Beds by Shirley Parenteau and Guinea Pig Party by Holly Surplice.
One year ago, a terrible accident robbed Henry Franks of his mother and his memories. He can't remember anything: the accident, his mother, his life. The past 16 years have vanished. Please join us to find out more about this dark thriller!
Please join us for Storytime as we read Wild About You! by Judy Sierra and Bear Has a Story to Tell by Erin Stead.
Please join us for Storytime as we read Stuck and This Moose Belongs to Me by Oliver Jeffers.
Please join the mystery book group as they discuss Blue Heaven by C.J. Box. The following month's selection will be Various Haunts of Men by Susan Hill.
Join the lively discussion about science issues with the Science Book Club. This month they will be discussing Stuff Matters: Exploring the Marvelous Materials That Shape Our Man-Made World by Mark Miodownik.
Join the lively discussion about science issues with the Science Book Club. This month they will be discussing Nine Algorithms That Changed the Future: The Ingenious Ideas That Drive Today's Computers by John McCormack