Campbell Book Club

Campbell Book Club
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Campbell Book Club

Last Tuesday of every month

Tues,May 31 @ 6:00 pm

Looking for a fun way to enjoy books and meet new people? Join our book club!

This month we'll be discussing Braiding Sweetgrass ⇗ by Robin Wall Kimmerer (also in e-book ⇗ and e-audiobook ⇗

NONFICTION // Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants

To reduce the spread of COVID-19, masks are strongly encouraged while attending our in-person events.

Questions? Contact Andrea at (218) 773-9121 or alorenz@egflibrary.org


Upcoming Titles

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June 2022

Malibu Rising ⇗ by Taylor Jenkins Reid (also in e-book ⇗ and e-audiobook ⇗)
FICTION // Malibu: August 1983; Over the course of twenty-four hours, the family drama that ensues during an epic end of summer party will change their lives forever

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July 2022

Race of the Century ⇗ by Neal Bascomb
NONFICTION // In 1952, after suffering defeat at the Helsinki Olympics, three world-class runners each set out to achieve the impossible — the perfect four-minute mile. Spanning three continents and defying the odds, their collective inspiring quest captivated the world and stole headlines.

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August 2022

Darling Rose Gold ⇗ by Stephanie Wrobel
MYSTERY // A creepy psychological thriller that probes the dark corners of a twisted mother-daughter bond and the motives and consequences of abuse.

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September 2022

Educated: A Memoir ⇗  by Tara Westover (also in e-book ⇗ and e-audiobook ⇗)
NONFICTION // Raised by survivalist extremists, Tara finally steps foot into her first public school at age 17. Through her quest for knowledge, her world expands dramatically. Torn between family and independence lies the question: How much must she betray them to grow up?


Previous Titles

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April 2022

Firekeeper's Daughter ⇗ by Angeline Boulley (also in e-book ⇗ and e-audiobook ⇗) // YOUNG ADULT // Daunis, who is part Ojibwe, defers attending the University of Michigan to care for her mother and reluctantly becomes involved in the investigation of a series of drug-related deaths

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March 2022

The Vanishing Half  by Brit Bennett (also in e-book ⇗ and e-audiobook ⇗)
FICTION // Multi-generational family saga set between 1940s - 1990s; centers on identical light-skinned Black twin sisters who run away from home at the age of sixteen

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February 2022

Atlas of the Heart ⇗ by Brené Brown (also in e-book ⇗ and e-audiobook ⇗) 
NONFICTION // Mapping meaningful connection and the language of human experience

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February 2022

Project Hail Mary ⇗ by Andy Weir (also in e-book ⇗)
SCIENCE FICTION // Cinematic thriller full of suspense, humor, and fascinating science -- Ryland is sent to the far reaches of space to conquer an extinction-level threat to our species, and thanks to an unexpected ally, he just might have a chance.

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December 2021

 If I Live Until Morning ⇗ by Jean Muenchrath
NONFICTION // A true story of adventure, tragedy and transformation

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November 2021

This Tender Land ⇗ by William Kent Krueger (also in CD audiobook ⇗ and e-book ⇗)
FICTION

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October 2021

The Holdout ⇗ by Graham Moore (also in e-book ⇗)
MYSTERY

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September 2021

The Midnight Library ⇗ by Matt Haig (also in e-book ⇗)
SCIENCE FICTION

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August 2021

The Grace Year ⇗ by Kim Liggett (also in e-book ⇗)
FICTION

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July 2021

A Man Called Ove ⇗ by Fredrik Backman (also in e-audiobook ⇗ and DVD ⇗)
FICTION