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Waterloo Public Library Waterloo Public Library
Waterloo Public
Library
Where open books open minds.
Waterloo
Public
Library
Library
Come join our book discussion
group the third Tuesday of
Where open books
open minds.
each month at 6 pm. We will
WATERLOO
PUBLIC LIBRARY
enjoy a discussion about the
monthly selection.
Tuesday Evening Book
Discussion Club
JOIN OUR BOOK
DISCUSSION GROUP!
TELEPHONE: 319.291.4476
EMAIL:
[email protected]
ADDRESS:
415 Commercial Street
Waterloo, IA 50701
WEBSITE:
www.waterloo.lib.ia.us
EVERY THIRD
TUESDAY OF THE
MONTH
SMALL CONFERENCE
ROOM
6:00 PM
2010 BOOK DISCUSSION TITLES
JANUARY 19
Truck: A Love Story by Michael Perry
FEBRUARY 16
Driftless by David Rhodes
MARCH 16
The Outlander by Gil Adamson
APRIL 20
Blind Side by Michael Lewis
MAY 18
A Reliable Wife by Robert Goolnick
Truck: A Love Story by Michael Perry
Blide Side by Michael Lewis
Perry delivers a truckload of humor, heart, and
gardening tips in this chronicle of a year in which he
grows his own food, seeks to live peaceably with his
neighbors, and sorts out his love life.
The young man at the center of this extraordinary
and moving story will one day be among the most
highly paid athletes in the National Football League.
A Reliable Wife by Robert Goolnick
Driftless by David Rhodes
Words, Wisconsin is an anonymous town of only a
few hundred people, but under its sleepy surface, life
rages.
The Outlander by Gil Adamson
In 1903 a mysterious young woman flees alone across
the West, one heart-pounding step ahead of the law.
At nineteen, Mary Boulton has just become a
widow—and her husband's killer.
. Ralph Truitt gets more
In rural Wisconsin in 1909,
than he bargained for when his newspaper ad for a
reliable wife is answered by Catherine Land.
Franklin and Lucy by Joseph Persico
This is a narrative of the tangled relationships
between Franklin D. Roosevelt and the various
women with whom he became close.
JUNE 15
Franklin and Lucy by Joseph Persico
JULY 20
Angle of Repose by Wallace Stegner
AUGUST 17
River Town by Peter Hessler
SEPTEMBER 21
The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters
OCTOBER 19
The Help by Kathryn Stockett
NOVEMBER 16
Emily's Ghost by Denise Giardina
WATERLOO PUBLIC LIBRARY
LIBRARY
BOOK DISCUSSION TITLES
Angle of Repose by Wallace Stegner
Emily’s Ghost by Denise Giardina
A severely disabled (wheelchair bound) professor,
whose marriage has failed, researches and writes the
saga of his pioneer grandparents, a couple whose
marriage lasted in spite of tremendous adversity and
tragedy.
The story of Emily Brontë and her family whose
lives are turned upside down with the arrival of an
idealistic clergyman named William Weightman.
River Town by Peter Hessler
River Town is an unforgettable portrait of a city that,
much like China itself, is seeking to understand both
what it was and what it someday will be.
The Help by Kathryn Stockett
DECEMBER- No meeting
Kathryn Stockett's button-pushing, soon to be wildly
popular novel chronicles the lives of black domestic
servants in the early 1960s South.
The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters
In this novel of postwar anxiety, members of a
decaying upper-crust English family start to come to
sticky ends in their creepy mansion.
UPCOMING TITLES FOR 2011
JANUARY 2011 - How I Became A Famous
Novelist by Steve Hely
FEBRUARY 2011 - The Sweetness at the
Bottom of the Pie by Alan Bradley

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