Natural History Fact and Fiction Book Club

Natural History Fact and Fiction Book Club

Are you interested in learning about topics in contemporary ecology and past natural history? Join the library's Natural History Fact & Fiction Book Club. We meet the fourth Friday of each month at 5pm to discuss a selected book. Titles include both fiction and non-fiction – the unifying thread being that they all have a natural history component. Feel welcome to attend at any time, even if you haven't been before or haven't quite finished the book.

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2024 Meeting Dates/Book Titles:

January 26th:
The Devil's Element: Phosphorus and a World out of Balance / Dan Egan (Non-Fiction)

February 23rd:
The Overstory: a novel / Richard Powers (Fiction)

March 22nd:
An Immense World: How Animal Senses Reveal the Hidden Realms Around Us / Ed Yong (Non-Fiction)

April 26th:
Prodigal Summer / Barbara Kingsolver (Fiction)

May 24th:
Soul of an Octopus / Sy Montgomery (Non-Fiction)

June 28th:
The Covenant of Water / Abraham Verghese (Fiction)

July 26th:
The Genius of Birds / Jennifer Ackerman (Non-Fiction)

August 23rd:
West With Giraffes / Lynda Rutledge (Fiction)

September 27th:
Braiding Sweetgrass / Robin Wall Kimmerer (Non-Fiction)

October 25th:
Wish You Were Here / Jodi Picoult (Fiction)

November 22nd:
Winter World: the ingenuity of animal survival / Bernd Heinrich (Non-Fiction)

December 27th:
Let us Descend : a novel / Jesmyn Ward (Fiction)

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