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Book Discussion Groups and Events

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!

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BETWEEN THE LINES

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Between the Lines will meet back again at the Morton Grove Public Library! The group will meet at two different times. 

UPCOMING DISCUSSIONS:

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THE EMPATHY EXAMS by Leslie Jamison: 
Thursday, June 23, 10 am.
Tuesday, June 28, 7 pm. 
 
DOLLFACE by Renee Rosen: 
Thursday, August 25, 10 am.
Tuesday, August 30, 7 pm. 
 

Want to see what we've been reading? Take a look at our past discussion books!

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LITLOUNGE

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LitLounge, cosponsored by the Morton Grove Public Library and the Skokie Public Library, meets at Village Inn Pizza, at 8050 Lincoln Ave., in Skokie.

Upcoming Discussions:

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MY BRILLIANT FRIEND by Elena Ferrante:  

Wednesday, July 1, 7:30 pm.
 
LitLounge is taking a month off in August. 
 
 

WALK 'N TALK

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Tuesday, August 9, 6pm.

Let's go on a philosophical and humorous trip in search of the most contented places and the happiest people. Brisk walking and bookish conversation are included. 
 
The book group will meet at the east entrance of the Library at 6 pm. You can pick-up the book at the Check-Out Desk a month prior to the meet. Keep your body and mind active and register now!
 
 
 

BOOK TALKS

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. 

Upcoming Meetings:


BEST BOOKS OF 2016...SO FAR

Wednesday, July 6, 1pm

The year has opened to a lovely avalanche of new releases from established authors and talented newcomers. Let's look back and get excited about some of the most hotly anticipated fiction and nonfiction titles of the last six months. 

STORY OF CHICAGO

Wednesday, August 3, 1pm

From historians to fiction writers, from comic book artists to poets, Chicago has served as a setting for many classic and contemporary writers. This month, we look at books of various genres that capture Chicago's past and present through captivating prose. 

 

 

Upcoming Discussions

 
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