WCDPL Book Clubs offer something for every reading taste. Titles for Winter 2019 are below; select a book jacket for details.
Coffee Talk with Kristin Wetzel--Meets Thursdays at 10 am in the 2nd Floor Meeting Room.
|1/17||I'll Be Your Blue Sky by Marisa de los Santos|
|2/21||A Place for Us by Fatima Farheen Mirza|
|3/14||The Other Woman by Hank Phillippi Ryan|
|4/18||An American Marriage by Tayari Jones|
Monday Mysteries with Mary Callahan Boone--Meets Mondays at 7 pm in the Carter House (307 N. Church St., directly behind WCDPL). Monday Mysteries explores the best in contemporary and classic crime fiction. Get your thrills @WCDPL.
August & September and January & February, no meetings.
|3/4||Trust Me by Hank Phillippi Ryan|
|4/8||Special Date and Time (6:30. ) Cuisine to Die For with Page to Table. Goldy's Kitchen (cookbook) and Dying for Chocolate (mystery) by Diane Mott Davidson.|
Just the Facts with Doretta Fenton-Schmidt--Meets Tuesdays at 10:30 am in the 2nd Floor Meeting Room.
|1/22||The Strange Case of Dr. Couney by Dawn Raffel|
|2/26||Accessory to War by Neil deGrasse Tyson & Avis Lang|
|3/26||The Personality Brokers by Merve Emre|
|4/23||Heartland by Sarah Smarsh|
Page to Table with Kristin Wetzel & Jenny Swope--Meets Mondays at 6:30 pm in the Carter House.
Each month Page to Table explores a different culinary theme. Cookbooks supporting the monthly theme will be on display in front of the 1st Floor Check-out Desk. Select a cookbook and a recipe that catches your fancy. Prepare the recipe to share at the group's monthly meeting. Bring your prepared dish, its recipe (noting any changes you make), and a serving utensil to the meeting. The library will provide eating utensils and dinnerware.
|1/14||Theme: Soups & Breads*|
|2/11||Milk Street by Christopher Kimball|
|3/11||Cooking Light Crave! Shaun Chavis, ed.|
Cuisine to Die For with Monday Mysteries. Goldy's Kitchen (cookbook) and Dying For Chocolate (mystery) by Diane Mott Davidson.
|*In January, select a recipe reflecting the month's theme from any cookbook of your choice.|
Diversity in America with Jim Litwin--Meets Tuesdays in the 1st Floor Meeting Room, unless otherwise noted.
|1/8||The Righteous Mind by Jonathan Haidt|
|2/12||Deep South by Paul Theroux|
|3/12||There There by Tommy Orange|
|4/9||Educated by Tara Westover|
Area book clubs, need books for your group? Contact the Information Desk.
Download lists of the library's book groups' previous selections below.