Adult Reading Round Table

Developing Readers Advisory skills and promoting reading for pleasure through public libraries in the Chicago area

SISTERS IN CRIME AND ARRT PARTNER FOR PANEL DISCUSSION

In conjunction with our two-year Crime Fiction genre study, ARRT is happy partner with Sisters in Crime to present an author panel discussion featuring local Chicago-land authors.  

Cari Dubiel, Sisters in Crime's Library Liaison will be joining to moderate the event spotlighting: Lori Rader-Day (The Black Hour), Susanna Calkins (A Murder at Rosamund's Gate and From the Charred Remains), and Clare O'Donohue (Missing Persons, Life Without Parole, and The Double Wedding Ring).

Join us on Wednesday, March 25 from 2p to 4p at Deerfield Public Library.  Please print and mail the flyer below to attend.
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LITERARY BOOK DISCUSSION AND TRAINING

Please join us on Wednesday, April 22, 2015, at 2:00 pm for a discussion of The Lowland, by Jhumpa Lahiri.  

The Lowland is a beautifully written novel of two brothers born in India whose lives take very different paths.  It is a story of immigration, families, and marriage in changing times in the late 20th century in Indian and in America.

Greta Ulrich will facilitate the discussion at:
Niles Public Library District
6960 W. Oakton Street 
Niles IL 60714

Discussion of the book will be followed by a nuts-and-bolts session devoted to sharing practical solutions to the
problems and concerns of book discussion leaders.  Participants can discuss what has worked with their groups,
what hasn’t worked, and pose any questions they may want to discuss to with group.  The meeting will conclude
by
4:00pm
.

Please arrange to obtain a copy of the book for your own use.  A RSVP to gulrich@nileslibrary.org, so that room arrangements can be made, will be greatly appreciated.