- More More More Said the Baby, by Vera Williams (ages 1-3)
- Black, White, Just Right!, by Marguerite W. Davol (ages 2-5)
- The Invention of Hugo Cabret, by Brian Selznick (ages 11-14)
- Snitch, by Booker T. Mattison (adult)
The featured guest will be Cinema-Television professor Booker T. Mattison, whose new book, Snitch, has garnered laudatory reviews and is soon to be adapted for the screen by film producer Stephanie Allain Bray. Set on the tough streets of Jersey City, New Jersey, Snitch tells the story of a young man who witnesses a crime and must choose between following the code of the streets or his conscience.
The Library has several copies of Snitch for check-out. For access, please contact Harold Henkel at 352-4198 or email@example.com. The novel can also be purchased on all major e-book platforms. Whether or not you are able to read the book by next Thursday, this is an event you won’t want to miss!
In May and June, we will read Jane Austen’s Emma, considered by many critics to be her most perfectly constructed novel. Dr. Susannah Clements, Chair of the Department of Language & Literature will lead two discussions on one of the summits of English literature.
Here is the summer schedule of book discussions: