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Book Clubs at the Harwinton Library

Afternoon Book Discussion Group - Thursday, October 17 @ 1:30 pm


Making Toast: A Family Story
by Roger Rosenblatt


Making Toast: a Family STory by Roger Rosenblatt

BOOK DESCRIPTION:

When his daughter Amy collapses and dies from an asymptomatic heart condition, Roger Rosenblatt and his wife leave their own home to move in with their son-in-law and their three young grandchildren. This moving memoir follows their heartbreaking yet hopeful journey to remake their family in the aftermath of unimaginable loss.

Evening Book Discussion Group - Monday, October 21 @ 7 pm


Of the Trees
by E.M. Fitch


Of the Trees by E.M. Fitch

BOOK DESCRIPTION:

High school seniors Cassie and Laney spend their days hunting ghosts – but Cassie doesn’t really believe. Until a mysterious carnival comes to town, people start vanishing, and the trees begin to whisper “Join us…”
Meet local author E.M. Fitch on October 30th!