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Noon Book Discussion

The monthly Noon Book Discussion is a great way to join with others to discuss interesting books. Each month on the third Tuesday at noon a different book is discussed. Discussion leaders are invited from the community. Multiple copies of the selected book are available for check out one month prior to the discussion. We do not meet for discussions during June, July, August, or December. No registration is required and everyone is invited to attend.

Next discussion: Tuesday, January 19, 12:00pm. held via Zoom

The Book Thief by Mark Zusak with discussion led by Peyton Eastman, E.G. Fisher Public Library Director.

Meeting Link:

Meeting ID: 816 2681 7162

books and beans buttonBooks and Beans Book Club

 Another new book club for E.G. Fisher, we invite you to join us at The Beanery Uncorked and discuss a new read every month. Designed to fit into the busy schedules of working adult-aged readers, Books and Beans takes the library into the community. Grab a copy of the book of the month at E.G. Fisher then enjoy lively discussion with us in a casual setting. You can join in on the last Saturday of the month. This book discussion is temporarily cancelled.

teen book club button 01Kids’ Book Club

The Kids’ Book Club invites young readers to engage in active literary exploration. Each month check out the suggested book, then pick up activities themed around the book in the children’s area including book reviews, art activities, and more! this book discussion is temporarily cancelled.