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Lake George Book Club

The Book Club meets the 4th Thursday of the month at 10:00 AM at the Conservancy Building. Feel free to “drop in.”



2023 Lake George Book Club Selections
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We meet on the 4th Thursday of the month, 10:00 @ the Conservancy building.

January: Beneath a Scarlet Sky by Mark Sullivan (historical fiction) – Young Italian man’s resilience during Nazi occupation
Facilitator: Renate Brenneke

February: Good Eggs by Rebecca Hardiman (fiction) – 13 generations of Irish family, caregiver enters the scene “hilarious” (review)

March: Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver (fiction) – missionary family moves to Congo Facilitator:

April: Island of the Sea Women by Lisa See (historical fiction) – Korean all-women fishermen, divers – friendships and challenges

May: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by BeWy Smith (classic fiction) – most popular book sent to GI’s in WWII

June: Waking Up White by Debby Irving (nonfiction) – perspective on race relations, stereotypes, tolerance

July: Sooley by John Grisham (fiction) – 17 year old basketball phenom from Sudan Facilitator:

August: True Biz: A Novel by Heather Caliendo (fiction) – child of deaf adults (CODA) becomes director of school for deaf students – insights into deaf culture

September: Dinner with Ruth by Nina Totenberg (nonfiction) – years of friendship with the Supreme Court Justice RBG

October: Visual Thinking: The Hidden Gi^s of People Who Think in Pictures, PaWerns, and Abstractions by Temple Grandin (nonfiction) – author has autism and uses leading edge research taking us into minds of visual thinkers

November: TBD

Pending list alternative: Beautiful Country by Quia Julie Wang – experiences of young girl who immigrates to US






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