The library's book club meets on the fourth Monday of the month (excluding July, August, and December) to discuss a variety of fiction, non-fiction, and "classic" titles. Meetings start at 7 p.m. in the lower floor auditorium. The Friends of the Library sponsor Page Turners by off-setting the cost of the books; club members pay only a portion of a title's cover price if they want to purchase a copy. To join or for more information about the book group, please contact Jennifer King at 360.442.5324.
A Moveable Feast, Hemingway
Raven Boys, Stiefvater
Trinity: A Graphic History of the First Atomic Bomb, Fetter-Vorm
We Live in Water, Walter
From Spokane resident and bestselling author of Beautiful Ruins-- a "darkly funny, utterly compelling collection of stories about the American family".
Eating Viet Nam: Dispatches from a Blue Plastic Table, Holliday
Gastronomic travelogues by journalist and blogger Graham Holliday.
The Stranger, Camus
Published in 1942, one of the most widely read French novels of the twentieth century.
The Meursault Investigation, Daoud
The Meursault Investigation is the first novel by Algerian writer and journalist Kamel Daoud. It is a retelling of Albert Camus's 1942 novel, The Stranger.