Reading Resources - Book Club Selections


43rd Street Book Club Selections: 2020-2021
Click a book to see its page in the online catalog.
 
 
September 28 November 4th November 30th  January 25th February 22nd
 
 





 
 
43rd Street Book Club
 
Pick up a copy of next month's book at the library. 

For o
nline fun, join the Library's SVFPLD Adult Readers Book Club Facebook group.


                               Upcoming: 
                  
Educated: A Memoir     by Tara Westover
 Monday, 1/25 at 7pm on Zoom
For adults
  
Copies of this book are available at the library in regular, CD, or large print. Be one of the first 8 people to register and you will get a free brand-new hardcover copy of this title!


For help, email reppes@sfvpld.org or call (708)749-1050 x120

You will need access to the internet and an email address. If you need help, email reppes@sfvpld.org.
To register, click here: bit.ly/43rdAmericanD
 
 
Senior Book Club at the North Clinic
Meets quarterly (4x a year) Fridays at noon
 
The Library brings book club to the North Clinic Senior group. Books are dropped off at the clinic a month in advance (in Jewel Sinople's office) or can be picked up at the Library. The Clinic is located at 6721 W. 40th Street.

Upcoming: 

All North Clinic Book Discussion meetings for the time being are CANCELLED due to the pandemic.  For more information about the Book Club, call 708-749-1050 x120 or email us at reppes@sfvpld.org

 





43rd Street Book Club Selections: 2019-2020
Click a book to see its page in the online catalog.
 
 
September 23 October 28th November 25 Wed. January 8 January 28th
February 24th March 23rd April 27th Wed. May 27th June 22nd
 
 





                                           [image - logo for Stickney-Forest View One Book One Community]
Thank You!! [image - cover art for Ugly Prey by Emilie Le Beau Lucchesi]
Thank you to everyone who participated in our 1st Community Read. It was a great success!Ugly Prey: An Innocent Woman and the Death Sentence that Scandalized Jazz Age Chicago by Emilie Le Beau Lucchesi

The true story of a Stickney resident's murder trial. Ugly Prey tells the riveting story of Italian immigrant Sabella Nitti, the first woman ever sentenced to hang in Chicago, in 1923, for the alleged murder of her husband.
For an archive of events, here: OnebookUglyPrey

 



 





Adult Readers Book Club Selections: 2018-2019
October 22nd November 26th January 28th February 25th
March 25th April 22nd May 20th June 24th
 





 
Book Club Selections: 2017-2018

book cover of Underground Railroad
book cover Hidden FiguresCover of Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walkcover of Kiss Carlo
 
 
 
 





Book Club Selections: 2016-2017
book cover of A Man Called Ove
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