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Easter Weekend Hours

Egg-cellent news!  The Hoover Public Library isn't closed for the entire weekend.  And you don't have to search and search to find out what our holiday hours are.  This isn't an Easter egg hunt!  I've made it over easy.  (Ha!  Another egg reference!  I'm on a roll!  Yep, you guessed it -- an egg roll! Okay, enough of that.)
Friday, April 18, 2014      CLOSED
Saturday, April 19, 2014  OPEN
Sunday, April 20, 2014    CLOSED

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First Thursday Fiction Book Group: The Chaperon by Laura Moriarty

Laura Moriarty explores the lives of the famous and the not-so-famous in her wonderful fiction title, The Chaperone. Louise Brooks is yet to become the famous silent film star -- she's a fifteen-year-old dancer from Wichita going on the adventure of a lifetime to New York City. Joining her on the journey, to her chagrin is Cora Carlisle, a thirty-something homemaker with an all-too-personal goal of her own in the big city. These two individuals will each experience something unique and the trip will have a lasting effect on them both. Louise goes on to become famous and Cora learns to lead her own path back home.

This Thursday, April 3 at 10:00 a.m., the First Thursday Fiction Book Group will meet downstairs in the Theatre Meeting Rooms to discuss Moriarty's book. Please join us for the discussion!

FREE EVENT

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No Jacket Required! March Book Report

The library’s new genre book group - No Jacket Required! - meets once a month to share titles in different genres. It's a fun, casual group with none of the usual pressure to finish a selected book before the meeting. It's a great opportunity to get out of a reading rut, broaden your interests and add some new books to your "To Read" list.

This month we had a terrific discussion of “Intriguing Women” in honor of Women's History Month.
Here are some suggestions from the group:

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