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Join other readers each month to discuss books at the library.
Discussions are informal and are moderated by a librarian. Everyone is welcome and no signup is required. Just pick up a copy of the book at the Main Library adult checkout desk and drop in to join a discussion.
Booked for Lunch
First Fridays at noon, Main Library Atrium (near the café)
Read any good books lately? Looking for something new to read? Bring a brown bag lunch — or grab a sandwich or salad at the library café — and join other readers for an informal conversation about books. Look for the brown Booked for Lunch sign.
World Literature Club
Second Fridays at 10 a.m., Main Library Quincy Room
Discuss novels from around the world. For more information, call Julie at 617-376-2411.
- January 8: The Buddha in the Attic  by Julie Otsuka (Japan and USA)
- February 12: Saving Fish From Drowning  by Amy Tan (Burma)
- March 11: Land of Love and Drowning  by Tiphanie Yanique (Virgin Islands)
- April 8: Life after Life  by Kate Atkinson (England)
- May 13: All the Light We Cannot See  by Anthony Doerr (France)
- June 10: Etta and Otto and Russell and James  by Emma Hooper (Canada)
- January: Scenes from Village Life  by Amos Oz (Israel)
- February: The Fever Tree  by Jennifer McVeigh (South Africa)
- March: The Thicket  by Joe Lansdale (American West)
- April: The God of Small Things  by Arundati Roy (India)
- May: The Elegance of the Hedgehog  by Muriel Barbery (France)
- June: The Orphan Master's Son  by Adam Johnson (North Korea)
- July: Lucky Us  by Amy Bloom (London and USA)
- August: The Headmaster's Wife  by Thomas Christopher Greene (Vermont)
- September: 22 Britannia Road  by Amanda Hodgkinson (Polish in England, WWII)
- October: All Quiet on the Western Front  by Erich Maria Remarque (Germany, WWI)
- November: One of Ours  by Willa Cather (USA, WWI)
- December: A Constellation of Vital Phenomena  by Anthony Marra (Chechnya)