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What’s Your Neighbor Reading?

Wondering what’s your neighbor reading?  

codIf your town has a “One Book” or a  “Community Reads” program you may be reading the same book.

Local libraries sponsor the programs and encourage townspeople to read the selected book.  Lectures and other events about the book’s subject are offered by the library and local groups.

Cambridge Reads has selected Cod: A Biography of the Fish That Changed the World.  Medford Reads also read Cod and had some excellent lectures related to the book.  Plans are in the works for a 2011 Medford Reads – keep an eye on the MPL website for details.

One Book One Watertown is reading March by Geraldine Brooks this Fall.  The novel explores the Civil War as seen through the imagined experiences of Mr. March, the absent father in Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women.  There are a number of events planned for September and October focusing on Alcott and on the Civil War.

One Book One Belmont has also chosen a book with a local focus:  Dark Tide: The Great Boston Molasses Flood of 1919 will be the 2011 One Book One Belmont (OBOB).  Author Stephen Puleo will speak in Belmont on March 24, 2011 and other events will be scheduled for February and March.

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