January Book Club

January Book Club

All are invited to attend the Library Book Club on January 21 at 7pm in the Alyce Thompson Room. We will be discussing Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, a debut novel by Gail Honeyman. The book focuses on the question – is Eleanor Oliphant completely fine? Eleanor, a social misfit, is juggling a troubled youth, a stalled career and an otherwise isolated life with strange new happenings and acquaintances. Eleanor sees some cracks in the shell she has been hiding in, and the reader wonders whether her plucky courage will see her through to a new and fuller life. A special shout out to new church members to join the discussion!


Take a break from holiday stress and read a book! Recent studies show that the simple act of reading for pleasure can reduce stress by 68% through the relaxation of your body, the lowering of your heart rate and the release of tension in your muscles. Stop by the Reformation Library for some great holiday reads and, while you are there, check out our new bulletin board display, “100% Chance of Good Reading” for some book ideas.

Start your reading resolutions for the New Year off by joining our January Book Club discussion of the humorous and touching novel, Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman. All are welcome to join us on Tuesday, January 21, at 7:00pm in the Alyce Thompson Room.

Thank you to Joanne Riess and other generous anonymous donors for your recent donations to the library. The Library Committee appreciates your generosity!