Program Description: Spring is here and so is an exciting lineup of book selections from the library’s Non-Fiction Book Group.
Date/Time: Mondays, 6-7:30pm
- Drawdown : The Most Comprehensive Plan ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming by Paul Hawken, April 29
- The Library Book by Susan Orlean, May 13
- No Ashes in the Fire: Coming of Age Black & Free in America by Darnell Moore, June 24
Recommended Audience/Registration: This monthly group is open to the public and focuses on history and social and political life in North America and is facilitated by library Board President Mark Orton. To register for the book group email email@example.com. Continue reading
Program Description: Spring is here and so is an exciting lineup of book selections from the library’s General Reading Book Group.
Date/Time: Wednesdays, 5-6pm
- The Girl in the Glass by Susan Meissner, April 24
- Love and Ruin by Paula McLain, May 29
- Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman, June 26
Recommended Audience/Registration: This monthly group is open to the public and is facilitated by long time member of the Friends of the Hudson Area Library, Sharon Getty. To register for this book group email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Description: The general reading book group selection for February is Code Girls: The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War II by Liza Mundy.
The meeting was rescheduled from February 27 to March 6 due to snow.
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 6, 5-6pm Continue reading
Program Description: The Hudson Area Library Book Club is reading Blonde by Joyce Carol Oates for their May meeting. Sharon Getty, a longstanding Friend of the Hudson Area Library, is the organizer and moderator.
Date/Time: Wednesday, May 30, 4-5pm
Suggested Audience: Adults
Pre-registration appreciated but not required.
Books are available to borrow through the Mid-Hudson Library System. To register for this book group, email email@example.com, call 518.828.1792 x101, or visit the main desk.
As part of our expanded programming in 2018, we will be hosting a new nonfiction book group focused on history and social and political life in North America. The group will utilize the best in nonfiction books chosen by the participants to explore issues that are topical today.
All are welcome with the hope that we will impact each other through discussion and community. The group will meet monthly on a Thursday 6 – 7:30pm. The first three meeting dates are: January 18, February 15, and March 15, 2018. Mark Orton, a member of the library board, will be the moderator for discussions. Continue reading
The Hudson Area Library Book Club have a special session on Wednesday, April 26 at 4pm at Mexican Radio, 537 Warren St., Hudson for a discussion of Long Gone by Alafair Burke. They have also selected The Other Einstein by Marie Benedict for their May discussion, scheduled for Wednesday, May 24 at 4pm, and The Runaway Wife by Rowan Coleman for their June discussion, scheduled for June 28 at 5pm.
Books may be borrowed through the Mid-Hudson Library System. New book club members and visitors are always welcome.
The Hudson Area Library Book Club will meet on Wednesday, November 30 at 3:30pm in the Community Room of the Library for a discussion of Circling the Sun, by Paula McLain. Books may be borrowed through the Mid-Hudson Library System. All are welcome to join the book club discussion!
About the book:
Paula McLain, author of the phenomenal bestseller The Paris Wife, now returns with her keenly anticipated new novel, transporting readers to colonial Kenya in the 1920s. Circling the Sunbrings to life a fearless and captivating woman—Beryl Markham, a record-setting aviator caught up in a passionate love triangle with safari hunter Denys Finch Hatton and Karen Blixen, who as Isak Dinesen wrote the classic memoir Out of Africa
Join millions of eBook readers around the world enjoying one book! The Big Library Read is sort of like the digital version of a library book club, in that everyone is encouraged to read the same book. This month’s Big Library Read is This is Where it Ends by Marieje Nijkamp.
Over the course of 54 harrowing minutes, the students at Opportunity High struggle to survive—and to understand why one boy started shooting…
This explosive, emotional, page-turning debut about a high school held hostage is told from the perspective of four teens—each with their own reason to fear the boy with the gun.
This eBook will be available for unlimited simultaneous downloads from October 13 to 27, which means no holds and no waitlist; just download and enjoy! All you will need is an active library card to start downloading, so visit the Mid Hudson Library System’s Digital Downloads site for instructions on how to get started on October 13.