Join us on Friday, May 2 for Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar 45th Anniversary Celebration. Help us get our spring mural started by adding caterpillars and butterflies to the wall. Join us each week to add something new to the mural.
Join us with Dr. Soncerey L. Montgomery author of The Heart of a Student and Dr. Ron Rubenzer author of many articles on stress and test management for students. Montgomery's book discusses the balance between academic studies and personal life.
Dr Susanna M. Bell joins us to discuss her new book Living the the Presence and Principles of Christ. She is a licensed clinical pastoral counselor, ordained minister and a board certified state and nation counselor in mental and behavioral health.
Local writer Steve Lindahl joins us with his mystery novel that moves backwards and forwards in time with unexpected twists and turns. A group of friends whose lives have been linked together through several reincarnations seek closure.
Just in time for the canning and preserving season, Andrea Weigl joins us with her new book. She is the food writer for the Raleigh News and Observer and her cookbook is full of recipes that will have beginners and veterans rolling up their sleeves.
Walt Wolfram is William C. Friday Distinguished Professor of English and Jeffrey Reaser is associate professof of English at NCSU. Their book examines the voices of The Old North State and look at the cultural implications behind our words.
If you are thinking about or have written a book, this is a discussion you can't miss. Carol Andrews book helps authors develop a game plan for success and how to get your work seen and read. Get your work out of the dust and on the road to success.
In Mary Flinn's first book, The One, we met Elle, a girl that you loved to hate. In A Girl Like That we get to meet the real Elle and learn how that mean girl was formed. Told from Elle's point of view, you will laugh one minute and cry the next
Join this fun-filled but focused book group that reads from a wide variety of genres. This month we're reading the much anticipated sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird. Join in the discussion of the book that is the biggest literary event of the decade.