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July 2017 Library News Worship Traditions as Diverse as Humanity Check out the Library bulletin board for books about the diverse ways people have chosen to define the values of a good life, to worship and to live a life …

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Next Library Book Club Meeting Is July 25. The Reformation Library Book Club meets quarterly to discuss a range of classic and current fiction and non-fiction. Meetings start at 7:00 p.m. in the Alyce Thompson room, and everyone is welcome. …

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BIBLIOTHERAPY: FINDING HELP IN BOOKS Using reading materials as a resource for dealing with life’s challenges – “bibliotherapy”– is the theme of our recent Library Bulletin Board, titled “New Year – New Hope.” There you’ll find titles addressing depression, including …

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WANT TO TALK ABOUT IT? COME TO A LIBRARY BOOK CLUB MEETING The Reformation Library Book Club meets quarterly to discuss a range of classic and current fiction and nonfiction. All meetings start at 7:00 pm in the Alyce Thompson …

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Tuesday, October 18, 7pm in the Alyce Thompson Room. Book: Secret Chord by Geraldine Brooks. Peeling away the myth to bring the Old Testament’s King David to life in the Second Iron Age Israel, Brooks traces the arc of his …

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REFORMATION LIBRARY BOOK CLUB Tuesday, July 19, 7:00 p.m. Alyce Thompson Room Book: Gray Mountain, by John Grisham. The year is 2008 and Samantha Kofer’s career at a huge Wall Street law firm is on the fast track—until the recession …

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BOOK REVIEW Me Before You and After You by JoJo Moyes Each of these books can stand alone as a story of finding purpose and identity despite the profound challenges of life. Together they form a satisfying saga of love, …

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Reading Transforms Us…or 5 Good Reasons to Read a Book         In our busy lives, finding the time to sit down and sink into a good book is tough. Yet brain research has reveals how reading transforms our brains and capabilities …

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READING IS FUNDAMENTAL…TO LENT Taking time to read is a time-honored Lenten practice. As St. Benedict instructed in his Rule, “During this time of Lent each is to receive a book from the library, and is to read the whole …

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All are welcome to the next evening book club discussion. The book is A Man Called Ove by Frederick Backman.  A debut novel from a Swedish writer, Goodreads calls it “…a thoughtful and charming exploration of the profound impact one …

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