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Browseabout Book Club | May

HYBRID EVENT 
ONLINE & IN-PERSON
MAY 23 | 3:30 - 5:00 PM
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The library is pleased to host Browseabout Book Club, celebrating its 25th year, discusses works of literary fiction, poetry, non-fiction and a range of genres. Members select works for their timely and timeless importance, uniqueness of perspective, and literary excellence. Book lovers welcome any time during the season. Moderator is Kathleen Baker.
More information is here or send an email.

Conversation with Richard Bell | Stolen

HYBRID EVENT
ONLINE & IN-PERSON 
JUNE 30 | 5:00 PM
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Join us in the library or online for a conversation with Richard Bell, author of Stolen: Five Free Boys Kidnapped into Slavery and Their Astonishing Odyssey Home, the true story of five boys who were kidnapped in the North and smuggled into slavery in the Deep South—and their daring attempt to escape and bring their captors to justice.

Conversation with Kathryn Schulz | Lost & Found: A Memoir

HYBRID EVENT 
JUNE 9 | 5:00 PM
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Join us in-person in the library or online for a conversation with Pulitzer Prize winner Kathryn Schulz, author of Lost & Found - part memoir, part guidebook to living in a world that is simultaneously full of wonder and joy and wretchedness and suffering—a world that always demands both our gratitude and our grief. Joining her in conversation is Ethan Joella, author of A Little Hope.

 

Conversation with Peter Heller | The Guide: A Novel

ONLINE EVENT 
MAY 16 | 5 PM
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Join us for an online conversation with Peter Heller, author of The Guide: A Novel, a follow up to The River. This is a heart-racing thriller about a young man who is hired by an elite fishing lodge in Colorado, where he uncovers a plot of shocking menace amid the natural beauty of sun-drenched streams and forests. Joining him in conversation is author Michael Koryta.

Conversation with Lynne Cox | Tales of Al: The Water Rescue Dog

ONLINE EVENT 
MAY 24 | 5:00 PM
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Join us for a conversation with Lynne Cox, author of Tales of Al: The Water Rescue Dog, the moving, inspiring story of Al, the ungainly, unruly, irresistible Newfoundland puppy who grows up to become a daring rescue dog—part of Italy’s elite, highly specialized corps of water rescue dogs who swoop out of helicopters and save lives.

Conversation with Alan A. Winter | Sins of the Fathers

ONLINE EVENT 
MAY 5 | 5:00 PM
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Join us for a conversation with Alan A. Winter, author of Sins of the Fathers: A Novel. This sequel to Wolf, about Hitler’s rise to power, tells the dramatic true story of the foolish prime minister that undermined the coup to topple the regime, delivered Czechoslovakia to Hitler, saved the Führer’s life, and paved the road to World War II.

Lives in the Law | Christopher Finan: How Free Speech Saved Democracy

ONLINE EVENT  
APRIL 27 | 5 PM
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This series brings together noted figures in the world of law – lawyers, professors, scholars, historians, journalists, and activists – to join in dialogue about law and its significance, past and present. Join us for a conversation with Christopher M. Finan, author of How Free Speech Saved Democracy: The Untold History of How the First Amendment Became an Essential Tool for Securing Liberty and Social Justice. Ronald Collins, a retired law professor and the Library’s first Distinguished Lecturer, will host the session, which is meant for laypersons and specialists alike.