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Wednesday Book Club @ Wythe County Public Library
Mar 20 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Wednesday Book Club

Wythe County Public Library

A book club for those who read the best of the best.
The librarians at WCPL have put together a fantastic reading list that is full of New York Times best-selling authors, and includes a Pulitzer Prize winner! Stories and themes cover a wide spectrum of reading preferences. From historical fiction in Post-Revolutionary Russia to a modern-day love story in South America. From a coming-of-age story in 1960’s American South to a fight for freedom in Antebellum South.

Every month, Wednesday Book Club members read a different New York Times Bestselling novel from the last 2 years (listed below) and discuss it at the meetings (every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 10am at Wythe County Public Library). And for added fun, the library will show a movie after the discussion.

February (meeting Feb 20)
Book: “A Gentleman in Moscow” by Amor Towles

March (meeting Mar 20)
Book: “The Underground Railroad” by Colson Whitehead

April (meeting April 17)
Book: “The Ninth Hour” by Alice McDermott

May (meeting May 15)
Book: “In the Midst of Winter” by Isabel Allende

June (meeting June 19)
Book: “The Dry” by Jane Harper

Biography Book Club @ Wythe County Public Library
Mar 21 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Biography Book Club

Wythe County Public Library

Learn more about who is writing the books you love. This season the Biography Book Club is focusing on current award-winning and best-selling female writers.
Every month, choose and read a book that is by or about that month’s designated writer (listed below). On the 3rd Thursday of each month at 10am, club members meet together at the Wythe County Public Library to have a discussion. Afterwards there will be a screening of a film or of an interview with the month’s honorary author.

FEBRUARY (meeting Feb 21)
Author: Kristin Hannah
Showing: YouTube interview with the author

MARCH (meeting Mar 21)
Author: Elizabeth Strout
Showing: YouTube interview with the author

APRIL (meeting Apr 18)
Author: Jude Deveraux
Showing: 1995 film set in the West, of a girl discovering her real family and her true identity.

MAY (meeting May 16)
Author: Barbara Delinsky
Showing: 2000 film based on one of Delinsky’s novels

JUNE (meeting Jun 20)
Author: Lynn Austin
Showing: 2006 film based on one of Austin’s novels

Reader’s Choice Book Club | WCPL @ Wythe County Public Library
Mar 27 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Reader’s Choice Book Club

Wythe County Public Library

Don’t like to be told what to read? Perfect! This book club gives you the freedom to read whatever book you’d like. Then meet up with fellow avid readers on the 4th Wednesday of each month at the Wythe County Public Library for some lively book discussions. Other members may have a wonderful book recommendation for you, and you may have one for them in return. Let’s talk!
And as a treat, the library will show a western movie at the end of each meeting.

Non-Fiction Book Club @ Wythe County Public Library
Mar 28 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Non-Fiction Book Club

Wythe County Public Library

Read your way through the Dewey Decimal system! This system is used by 140 countries to organize books into 10 disciplines or fields of study. In this club, members read a non-fiction book of their choice from the assigned classification category (listed below). Then we’ll discuss what we’ve read at the meeting (every 4th Thursday of each month at Wythe County Public Library) and celebrate with a movie. Follow Mr. Dewey through the world of knowledge!

FEBRUARY (meeting Feb 28)
200s – Religion

MARCH (meeting Mar 28)
300s – Social Sciences

APRIL (meeting Apr 25)
400s – Language

MAY (meeting May 23)
500s – Science

JUNE (meeting June 27)
600s – Technology

The good news is library books are already sorted and labelled for you!  Just ask a librarian to point you in the right direction and have at it.
If you would like to know more about sub-category details, check out this in-depth view of the DDC.

Science Fiction Book Club @ Wythe County Public Library
Apr 3 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm


Science Fiction Book Club

Wythe County Public Library

Read books that will transport you to the future or to a galaxy far, far away. Discuss authors and adventurers who explore strange new worlds, who seek out new life and new civilizations. Watch films of those who boldly go where no one has gone before.

Each month has a particular theme or author, listed below. Choose any book from that month’s theme/author. At each club meeting (every 1st Wednesday at 10 am at Wythe County Public Library) there will be a discussion and a screening of a science fiction film.

January (meeting Jan 2)
Author:  Marissa Meyer

February (meeting Feb 6)
Author:  James Dashner

March (meeting Jan 2)
Author:  Gene Roddenberry
Theme: Star Trek

April (meeting Apr 3)
Author:  James Patterson (one of his sci-fi novels)

May (meeting May 1)
Author:  Frederik Pohl

June (meeting Jun 5)
Theme: Star Wars

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