There is a public book group meeting monthly on Sunday afternoons at MainStreet BookEnds (456-2700) in Warner. Contact Michelle Allen 456-3925 for details. MeetingsA� and book titles areA�posted on the Warner Events CalendarA�and the MainStreetBookEnds website.
For reviews, author info and discussion questions, try NoveList, a really fun resource all about books, authors, and series. It is fully searchable and includes a�?if: then youa��ll likea�? recommendations (see link from http://warner.lib.nh.us/books-more/ )
We can borrow titles through Interlibrary LoanA�: allow a week or more to get them.
For ideas for titles, you may want to consider titles that have “book bag” collections available if you need to borrow multiple copies, rather than buy or share them (not trying to eat into Book store profits here). There are two sources: NHSL book bags and Reads-to-go book bags. We need a couple of weeks notice assuming availability; to be certain, book as early as possible.
More about the bookbags:A�http://www.nh.gov/nhsl/services/librarians/bookbag/index.html
Alphabetical list of titles: A�http://www.nh.gov/nhsl/services/librarians/bookbag/a.htmlA�
or printable pdf version (Feb 2011)
NHLA- READS (Reference and Adult Services) librariansa�� group picks are available as “READS-to-Go” book bag collections.
Center for the Book, New Hampshire State Library
The Center for the Book at the New Hampshire State Library was established in 2003 to celebrate and promote reading, books, literacy, and the literary heritage of New Hampshire. www.nh.gov/nhsl/bookcenter
Of interest if you want to know about awards, movies, etc:
Notes from the Director at the Center for the Book at the New Hampshire State Library http://nhbookcenter.blogspot.com/
For reviews, author info and discussion questions, try NoveList, (novel – list) a really fun resource all about books, authors, and series. It is fully searchable and includes a�?if: then youa��ll likea�? recommendations (see link from http://warner.lib.nh.us/books-more/ )
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