Book Clubs

Best Sellers Book Club

Third Thursdays at 6 pm at Bridgeville Public Library

Thursday, November 16th

The Bestsellers Book Discussion is a discussion group for adults that will meet each month to talk about a book that is currently (or was previously) on the New York Times Best Sellers List.

The Nix by Nathan Hill

Astonished to see the mother who abandoned him in childhood throwing rocks at a presidential candidate, a bored college professor struggles to reconcile the radical media depictions of his mother with his small-town memories and decides to draw her out by penning a tell-all biography. Novelist

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Fourth Thursday Book Group

Fourth Thursdays at 6 pm. Locations announced each month.

Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker - Cover Art

Thursday, November 23rd

Join us for lively conversation, good food, and a great book! New members are always welcome.

Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker by Jennifer Chiaverini

Presents a fictionalized account of the friendship between Mary Todd Lincoln and her dressmaker Elizabeth Keckley, a former slave. NoveList

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Mystery Book Club

First Wednesdays at 11:30 am at La Bella Bean.

Wednesday, February 7th 

Join us as we sink our teeth into a good mystery while indulging in a great lunch.

Notice:

Mystery book club is on hiatus until February!

 

Hiatus

Between Two Libraries: A Book Group for Adults

First Tuesdays from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm, alternating between Bridgeville Public library and South Fayette Township Library.

The Boys in the Boat - Cover Art

Tuesday, December 5th, at the South Fayette Township Library. 

Bring a snack or lunch and join us. All are welcome to participate in any/all of our monthly discussions.

Bring a list of books you’d like to read and we will vote to create a list of upcoming books.

The Boys in the Boat By Daniel James Brown

The Boys in the Boat describes how a group of working class youths from the University of Washington rowing team emerged from obscurity to defeat a field of elite international rivals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Sports fans who love a good “Cinderella story” will cheer this fast-paced, emotionally charged account of the players’ and coaches struggles set against stark Depression-era realities. – Description by Shauna Griffin. NoveList

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