April Book Discussion
May 30, 11am, Book Discussion: Join us at the Libby library for a Hot Drink and a Good Book, our monthly book discussion. This month features Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay. Shortly before her family is arrested by the French police in Paris in 1942, ten year-old Sarah locks her brother in a cupboard, thinking she will be back a few hours later. Sixty years later, a journalist attempts to discover what happened to Sarah and her family. Copies of the book are available for checkout at the library.
Due dates for book discussion materials are final. If the book is more than 3 days overdue, the cost of the book may be charged to your account. Books for discussion are lent to us from libraries around the state and are often in demand by another library immediately following our use. In order to deliver book discussion kits to libraries in a timely manner, missing books must be replaced immediately. This cost is charged by the library that owns and lends the kit to the library borrowing the kit. Unfortunately, we cannot afford to absorb this cost.
We can always place a hold on a regular library copy of the book for you to check out and finish reading, if necessary. Please contact the library at 293-2778 if you have any questions. Thank you.