Join our fiction book group for a discussion of the bestselling title The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. New members are always welcome. The next book club selection is The Broken Window by Jeffrey Deaver.
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.
Three vans will crisscross the country hosting Brain Quest challenges to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Brain Quest. These challenges are educational group activities for children in first through seventh grades.
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!
When the talented painter Shanna is hired by the renowned Houston-based architect Chance Wilding to create a mural in the lobby of his new high-rise in Phoenix, it's a commission that will open up a whole new world for her in Kitch's debut novel.
Doris Washington is a poet and a disability advocate who resides in Pennsylvania with her husband and son. Doris takes inspiration from an unfortunate incident that involved her 18-year-old son with autism and two police officers in December 1993.
John Claude Bemis is the author of the Clockwork Dark, a fantasy-steampunk trilogy comprised of The Nine Pound Hammer, The Wolf Tree and The White City. His books have been described as "original and fresh" and "a unique way of creating fantasy."