Discover Book Club Kits@ RRPL

I’m a bit corny. I like to celebrate each month by reading a book that correlates with any holidays or heritage celebrations happening during that month. This mindset can also help you with the daunting task of picking a book for your next Book Club meeting. It’s not too late to read a book about Ireland for March. We have two book titles in our Book Club Kit collection that brings the reader to Ireland, in all its beauty and travails. Keep in mind, a kit includes 8 copies of the same title and a set of discussion questions , available in a library canvas bag, to be checked out to the library card of the person picking up the kit. Stop by the adult reference desk and give it try. Two Book Club Kits to consider for March are:

A 38 year old widow and mother of 10 was dragged from her Belfast home in 1972. Keefe uses this abduction and murder as a prism to tell the history of The Troubles in Northern Ireland.
A sweeping novel about the hope, sacrifice and love between two Irish sisters and the secret that drives them apart.

Éirinn go Brách