Are you looking for a good book? Then come check out one of our book-centered programs! The Morton Grove Public Library is your source for what to read next!
BETWEEN THE LINES
While the library renovation is underway, Between the Lines book discussion will meet once a month on Friday, instead of Thursday, at the American Legion Memorial Civic Center of Morton Grove located at 6140 Dempster Street. Will will not have Tuesday night book disssions sessions until further notice. We hope to see you all on Friday!
Between the Lines is taking a month off in July.
NOT MY FATHER'S Son by Alan Cumming:
Friday, August 21, 10am.
Want to see what we've been reading? Take a look at our past discussion books!
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LitLounge, cosponsored by the Morton Grove Public Library and the Skokie Public Library, meets in the Irish pub, The Curragh, at 8266 Lincoln Ave., in Skokie.
HHhH by Laurent Binet:
Wednesday, July 8, 7:30pm.
LitLounge is taking a month off in August.
The book talk is held at the American Legion Memorial Civic Center in Morton Grove: 6140 Dempster Street, Morton Grove, IL. 60053. No registration required.
Wednesday, July 8, 1pm
Whether summer is our time to catch up on weighty classics or breeze through light and speedy reads, we'll find you plenty of fun books to take along to the beach.
FOR THE LOVE OF TRAINS!
Wednesday, August 5, 1pm
So many great stories open with a fast moving train! This month, we'll depart on a literary railway journey and arrive at the best picks in train mysteries, thrillers, romances, and real-life adventures.
Chat about fresh, popular YA reads! Pages meets monthly at the Barnes & Noble, 5405 Touhy Ave., in Skokie.
The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider
Monday, July 13 at 7:00 pm
Schneider's witty, realistic, and poginant writing shines in this moving and captivating story of popular high school athlete Ezra who always believed that everyone is destined to face one major tragedy, an event that changes and defines each person's life. Ezra lives his tragedy and loses everything he once had, but seeks to prove that the meaning of his life has just begun.
Pages will be taking a break in August.
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