Mayor's Book Club a Success! 
Fifty people came to the first lunchtime meeting of the Mayor’s Book Club at the Main Library – and at least a third of them shared their views about Cutting for Stone , a novel by Abraham Verghese, a book they generally liked… especially its vivid picture of life in Ethiopia and a doctor’s world.

Put the next meeting on your calendar Octtober 19 and get ready to imagine life in the middle of a political revolution, from the experience of a child. The next selection is Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi, who grew up in Iran. The format is black and white comic strips – a graphic novel.



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New titles? 
I think it's great to suggest other titles. It's nice to have some short books for busy people, too.

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Welcome to Read Your Way Around the World’s community conversation about books with roots around the world. 
The goal: to encourage people to read international titles that stretch their horizons – whether they explore them in book groups or on their own. The Library’s international booklist is at http://www.lfpl.org/international/booklist.htm.

Whether you are part of a book club or reading solo for fun, jump in and share your responses to international books you are reading. Tell us what books you like? What sparked the best conversations – or made you think? Have you had personal experiences that gave you a special perspective on a book you read?

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