The third Thursday of each month, from 6-7pm, Aimee Gerbi will be leading a discussion on Connection Parenting. The main theme of the discussions will focus on the book Parenting For Social Change, but we will be adding different books each month as we work towards living in a partnership paradigm with our kids. The book for the next two months will be Hold On To Your Kids: Why Parents Need to Matter More Than Peers by Gordon Neufeld and Gabor Mate, M.D. As always, please join us even if you haven't read the book(s)! DADS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME!!
Hope to see you at the next meeting, Thursday, October 17, 2013.
You may request your copy on-line or call OPL 866-5060.
The Tuesday Readers enjoy titles selected by members and meet on the third Tuesday of the month at 10. On November 19, the group will discuss, Lucia, Lucia by Adriana Trigiani. In "Lucia, Lucia", author Adriana Trigiani fashions the wonderfully likeable Lucia Sartori, living in 1950s Manhattan caught between the yearning to succeed as a proud career woman and need to follow the traditional route as wife and mother that she is most familiar with as the daughter of a close-knit Italian American family.
...meet on the third Thursday of the month. Participant led, the group will gather again on October 17 at 3 pm to discuss Mary Ellen Chase's Windswept. "Mary Ellen Chase has created an atmosphere as unforgettable as the people who lived and died within its bounds. She writes of the coast of Maine and its people as no one but a native could write." --Louisville Courier-Journal. The November 21 book is A Girl Called Problem by Katie Quirk.
All groups meet in the Community Room of the Library. Books may be ordered on-line or from the library, 866-5060. The groups are open to all and readers from surrounding towns are most welcome to join.