If you’re a book club leader, or looking to start a new book discussion group, you might find some very good tips and other information here, on Booklist Online’s Book Group Buzz blog. (Note: to read the entire article at this link, click on “permalink”.) Check here for a list of reading group guides, for
The economy is on everyone’s mind. While there are numerous books that present an ideological perspective on the current situation, some basic information will help give you a better understanding of this important aspect of our lives. These materials are available to you through our E-Library of online resources – accessible 24/7, anywhere you have an Internet connection.
Several new book club kits are available. If you would like to reserve a kit, please call the Reserves Department at 770-528-2339. The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbary (2 kits) City of Thieves by David Benioff (2 kits) Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford (2 kits) The Art
So proclaimed Mark Twain concerning his reasons for instructing that much of his autobiography remain unpublished for one hundred years after his death: he would be “dead, unaware, and indifferent” and thus able to say exactly what he thought. The Autobiography of Mark Twain was published just two days ago by the University of California
Strong, smart, courageous female characters feature in each of these films based on classics you may want to rediscover. An adaptationof Charlotte Bronte’s beloved novel Jane Eyre will be released in March 2011 starring the young actress from Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, Mia Wasikowska, as Jane and Michael Fassbinder as Rochester (I thought Mr. R. was not a handsome fellow? Hello?). The