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The library’s Readers’ Group discussed Essays and Short Nonfiction on Saturday, October 21.The titles presented are listed below:

The Best American Essays series

The Library’s Insatiable Readers Group discussed Adventurous Travel on Saturday, June 16, 2018.  The titles presented are listed below.

Tip of the Iceberg by Mark Adams

The Library’s Insatiable Readers group discussed "Amazing Animals" on Saturday, July 21, 2018.

The titles presented are listed below:

The library’s new Readers’ Group discussed the Best Nonfiction Books of 2016 on Saturday, January 21.  The titles presented are listed below:

The library’s new Readers’ Group discussed “Relationships, for Better or Worse” on Saturday, February 18.  The titles presented are listed below.

Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari

The first rule of Book Club is: you DO NOT talk about Book Club. The second rule of Book Club is: you ignore the first rule and definitely tell all of your friends about Book Club! The book club in question is known as Insatiable Readers and is less like a traditional book club, and more like a bookish social club. I talked with book group leader Pam to get the inside scoop on the library’s newest group and here is what you need to know:


 

The library’s new Readers’ Group discussed Women’s History on Saturday, March 18.  The titles presented are listed below:

We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

The library’s Readers’s Group discussed Humor books on Saturday, April 15.  The titles presented are listed below:

Best.State.Ever. by Dave Barry

The library’s Insatiable Readers group discussed "Armchair Travel" on Saturday, June 17.

Here are the group's recommendations:

 

The library’s Readers’ Group discussed Favorite Sports on Saturday, July 15.  The titles presented are listed below.

 

This month’s Insatiable Readers book group is delving into the world of Participatory Writing. This style cultivates the idea that the best way to learn about something new is to live it! The featured books this month will cover authors’ adventures and experiences from their very own “participatory year.” We will be talking about everything from Shonda Rimes’s My Year of Yes to A.J. Jacobs’s The Guinea Pig Diaries.

There’s an old saying, “Anyone who says they only have one life to live, must not know how to read a book.” Any seasoned reader can relate to that adage in the sense that a good book is not one you simply read, but one you can almost live; even if it is for just a short period of time and only in your mind.