DBRL Programs

First Wednesday Book Discussion
Callaway County Public Library

Bring your lunch and join us for a discussion of "At Home in Mitford" by Jan Karon. This is the first book in a series that introduces us to Father Tim, an Episcopalian rector who lives in a North Carolina town full of quirky characters. Readers get a rich, provincial comedy in which mysteries and miracles abound.

First Thursday Book Discussion
Columbia Public Library, Virginia G. Young Room

Bring a brown bag lunch and join us to discuss books of your choice about women explorers and adventurers.

First Wednesday Book Discussion
Callaway County Public Library

Bring your lunch and join us for a discussion of "The Giver" by Lois Lowry. In this classic Newbery Medal-winning title, the facade of a "perfect" world without social ills serves to hide dark secrets.

First Thursday Book Discussion
Columbia Public Library, Virginia G. Young Room

Bring a brown bag lunch and join us to discuss “The Rosie Project” by Graeme Simsion. Don Tillman, a professor of genetics with something of a people problem, sets up a meticulous and logical project designed to find himself the perfect wife. Then he meets Rosie. She is everything he's not looking for in a wife and yet he gets pulled into her life and her own project to try to find her biological father. This madcap novel of romantic mismatch has garnered lots of great reviews.

First Thursday Book Discussion
Columbia Public Library, Virginia G. Young Room

Bring a brown bag lunch and join us to discuss “Gone Girl” by Gillian Flynn. On the morning of his fifth wedding anniversary, Nick's wife Amy suddenly disappears and Nick is an immediate suspect. Amy's friends reveal that she was afraid of him and kept secrets from him, which he swears isn't true. A police examination of his computer shows strange searches which he says aren't his. But then there are the persistent calls on his mobile phone. So what really happened to Nick's beautiful wife?

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