Join us to talk to Mark Di Ionno, a real newspaperman, whose new novel, The Last Newspaperman, takes place in New Jersey during the Lindbergh baby kidnapping time. Mark's previous titles are New Jersey travel and history books, which we'll have on hand.
Read A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson, about adventures along the Appalachian Trail. Next month's book is Blood Flowers by Anita Amirrezvani. The group reads fiction and non-fiction alike; new members are welcome.
Be here for the first-ever look at the second book in Ty Drago's 'Undertakers' series! If you read Rise of the Corpses, you don't want to miss Queen of the Dead. Meet the author! There may be some surprises too, though zombies are hard to come by...
John Calu and David Hart, authors of the adult fiction title Trenton, also write NJ history selections for kids. They will talk at 7:30 about The Lost Mission of Captain Carranza, during our Educator Night (6:30 to 8:30 pm). Everyone is invited!
'The Girls Know How' series of books encourages young girls to explore a variety of careers. Author Ellen Langas discusses behavioral and career education skills with us tonight. Educators meet at 6:30 before the author presentation; parents welcome!
Tonight the group discusses The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern, which has been called magical and enchanting and also dark. Sure to spark a good conversation. Next month's book for discussion is The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.