First Monday Book Club
Author Duane Keown
Author Melissa Lemon
Young Readers Book Club
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Alaska, 1920: a brutal place to homestead. Jack and Mabel build a child out of snow. The next morning the snow child is gone, but they glimpse a young, blonde-haired girl running through the trees. We will discuss The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey.
In Thirteenth Year in Zion, author Duane Keown gives an exposition of Mormon culture during his time in Utah from the late 1950s to the mid 1970s. Meet Mr. Keown and pick up a signed copy of his book.
Meet Melissa Lemon, author of Snow Whyte and the Queen of Mayhem a wonderfully re-imagined, magical tale of Snow White as you've never read it before and pick up a signed copy of her book for yourself.
This month's book club book is Dead End in Norvelt by Jack Gantos Newbery Medal winner for 2012. Join us as we talk about this strange adventure involving molten wax, Eleanor Roosevelt, twisted promises, Girl Scout cookies... and possibly murder.
With their home approaching foreclosure and their marriage on the brink, Art and Marion liquidate their savings account and book a bridal suite at the Falls' ritziest casino for a second honeymoon. This month's book is The Odds by Stewart O'Nan.
We're pleased to welcome back to our store, local author and good friend Tracy Winegar. Tracy will be signing copies of her latest romance, Blind Man's Bargain. Please join us!
Join us as we welcome local author Holli Anderson to our store. She will be signing copies of her books for young readers, Five: Out of the Dark and her newest release Five: Out of the Pit.
Today we discuss The Bartender's Tale, the story of Tom Harry and his son, who live alone and run a bar in a small Montana town in the early 1960s. Their lives are upended when a woman from Tom's past and her beatnik daughter breeze into town.
Today we celebrate the release of Citadels of Fire by L.K. Hill. Join us and pick up a signed copy of this great, new historical fiction novel.
I wanted a pet. Mom said, "You can have any pet you want as long as it doesn't need to be walked or bathed or fed." Find out what I got as we read Sparky! by Jenny Offill and Chris Appelhans.