Book Club: Biography
September 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm| Free
Have you read, or are you interested in, books such as “Wild,” “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,” “I Am Malala,” “Night,” “Alexander Hamilton,” “Bossypants,” or “Cheaper By the Dozen”? Then come to the Fogler Library Student Book Club, where we’ll be talking about and sharing our favorite biographies and autobiographies.
Do you enjoy “Harry Potter,” “A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones,” “The Magicians,” “Lord of the Rings,” or other stories about magic and magical worlds. Come to the Fogler Library Student Book Club, where we’ll be talking about fantasy fiction, discussing our favorite fantasy worlds, and sharing recommendations for fantasy books we love.
You don’t need to have read any particular book to join the conversation; you just need to be interested in fantasy stories.
About the Book Club
The Fogler Library Student Book Club is an informal gathering of readers where you can discuss your favorite books and share recommendations with fellow readers. Unlike many book clubs, you don’t need to have read any specific book to join the conversation. All you need is some reading experience (or interest) in the genre being discussed. Each discussion is free and open to all.
Fall 2017 Book Club Meetings
All meetings of the book club will take place in the Library Classroom from 7–8 p.m.
Sept. 6 — Fantasy Fiction
Sept. 27 — Biography
Oct. 4 — Dystopian Literature
Oct. 18 — Classic Literature
Nov. 8 — Science Fiction