adult book discussion

Second Thursday Book Discussion Group

Thursday, February 14, 2019 - 7:00pm
Lebanon All Purpose Room

Journeys of Discovery The road to Little Dribbling : adventures of an American in Britain by Bill Bryson. The longest straight line a walker could walk in  from Bognar Regis to Cape Wrath defines Bryson’s adventures and ruminations. What discoveries remain 20 years after Notes from a Small Island?

 

First Thursday Kilton Book Buffet

Thursday, January 3, 2019 - 12:00pm
Kilton Conference Room

Canada in Fiction and True Accounts    

Our neighbor to the north-- what makes life in Canada different from life in the U.S.?  How have history and geography united and divided us?

Bring along a brownbag lunch and a book on the theme.  A selection is on display, or you may bring another favorite to discuss.

 

First Thursday Kilton Book Buffet

Kilton Conference Room

 

Dec. 6  Coming to America or the UK:The Immigrant Experience: Novels and Memoirs

What experiences bring newcomers to English-speaking countries? And is life after arrival even more difficult?

What experiences are the same no matter which culture or country of origin?

 

Bring along a brownbag lunch and a book on the theme.  A selection is on display, or you may bring another favorite to discuss.

 

 

Kilton First Thursday Book Buffet

Thursday, June 6, 2019 - 12:00pm
Kilton Conference Room

Summer Reading Recommendations and Next Year's Book Buffet

Bring your favorite, or most anticipated summer reads to recommend, and leave with a list of recommendations!

We'll also determine the topics for next year's Book Buffet discussions.

 

Bring a brownbag lunch and a book or  list of books to share for a banquet of books and opinions. Each participant will have a printed list of recommendations to be emailed and take home

First Thursday Kilton Book Buffet

Thursday, May 2, 2019 - 12:00pm
Kilton Conference Room

 

Books in Translations--

Novels are translated into English from the far corners of the world for your reading pleasure.

Where can you travel in your armchair that you are unlikely to explore in real life?

How does another language or culture affect your reading experience?