Reader's Resources

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Book Groups


Lincoln Library Book Groups

Classics Book Group

The Classics Book Discussion Group meets the third Monday of the month, except during summer, at noon in the Bicentennial Room on the 3th floor of the library. Attendees are welcome to bring their lunch. Coffee and tea will be provided. Please call the Readers' Services desk at 753-4900 extension 206 if you have any questions about the reading group.

On Monday, April 20, 2015, the group will meet to discuss The Big Sleep, by Raymond Chandler..

Jacket Notes: Chandler's first novel, published in 1939, introduces Philip Marlowe, a 38-year-old P.I. moving through the seamy side of Los Angeles in the 1930s. This classic case involves a paralyzed California millionaire, his two psychotic daughters, blackmail, and murder.

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Contemporary Fiction Book Group

The Contemporary Fiction Book Discussion Group meets at 6 p.m. in the DeFrates Reading Room (2nd floor) on the fourth Wednesday of each month. Please call the Readers' Services desk at 753-4900, ext. 206, if you have any questions about the reading group.

On Wednesday, April 22, 2015, the group will meet to discuss Claire of the Sea Light, by Edwidge Danticat.

Jacket Notes: Just as her father makes the wrenching decision to send her away for a chance at a better life, Claire Limye Lanme--Claire of the Sea Light--suddenly disappears. As the people of the Haitian seaside community of Ville Rose search for her, painful secrets, haunting memories, and startling truths are unearthed. In this stunning novel about intertwined lives, Edwidge Danticat crafts a tightly woven, breathtaking tapestry that explores the mysterious bonds we share--with the natural world and with one another.

A "New York Times Book Review" and "Washington Post "Notable Book of the Year, an NPR "Great Read," a "Christian Science Monitor" Best Fiction Book, and a "Library Journal" Top Book.

Contemporary Fiction Book Group Newsletter (see all the upcoming titles with book covers, reviews, link to the catalog, and more)

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Reader's Electronic Resources


Downloadables
Collection of Lincoln Library Electronic Resources that allow users to download eBooks, eAudiobooks, Videos and Music to their computer or electronic device.
Fiction Favorites Fan Club
Want to make sure not to miss the latest books by best selling authors?
New Resources
Updated monthly these lists keep you up to date on what new resources are at the library.
NoveList
Fiction reading recommendations for young readers to adults.

 

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