Non-Fiction Book Club

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February 28, 2019 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Wythe County Public Library
300 E Monroe St
VA 24382
Anita Libby
(276) 228-4951

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.

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