What is Reading for Life?
Reading for Life is a group of people who like to read a wide variety of fiction as well as some non-fiction and get together to discuss what they’ve read. They read a new book each month (books and dates listed below). The group meets the last Thursday of the month in Room 112 at 7 p.m. Anyone is welcome to join at any time.
September 24: All the Light We Cannot See — Anthony Doerr (This month we’ll meet in Room A due to another event in the building)
October 29: Paradise Lost — John Milton
November 19: The Glass Castle — Jeannette Walls
January: No meeting
February 25: War and Peace — Leo Tolstoy
March 31: The Man Born to Be King — Dorothy Sayers
April 28: The Invisible Man — H.G. Wells
May 26: King Lear — Shakespeare
For more information about Reading for Life, please contact Susann at 701.282.4618.