Millis Library will hold virtual book clubs in March
Those dates include:
March 2 at 4pm
This week we’ll be reading “A Forest Betrothal” by Erckmann Chatrian; a story of a judge who meets the lovely daughter of one of his people.
March 9 at 4pm
This week we’ll be reading “The McWilliamses and the Burglar Alarm” by Mark Twain: a hilarious tale of a family who cannot get their alarm system to work.
March 16 at 4pm
This week we’ll be looking at “Beyond the Bayou” by Kate Chopin, a story about a woman afraid of leaving her home and her love for one of the local children.
March 23 at 4pm
This week we’ll be reading “The Sphinx without a Secret” by Oscar Wilde, wherein a man tries to understand the mystery behind the woman he loved.
March 30 at 4pm
This week we’ll be reading “Presence” by Ken Liu, a sci-fi tale of a son caring for his mother after a stroke.
For more information, contact Rebecca Appelbaum at 508-376-8282 or [email protected], or visit http://www.millislibrary.org