Book Club: September and October Reads

It’s that time again, the season when the air smells crisp and mornings are chill, as the fun of summer fizzles out and the school bells start ringing. Autumn is just around the corner.

What does that mean for the Platte Public Library? Why, Book Club, of course!

The Platte Public Library Book Club will begin in September 2012. Our first meeting will be September 17. We will meet every month on the third Monday at 7:00 pm at the library. We will be reading both adult and young adult novels for each meeting.  Readers of all ages are encouraged to participate.

It’s time to pick the reads for the September-October meeting. The two titles we will choose to read will include:

  • an adult fiction novel
  • a young adult book

Below you will find eight book covers. Click on the books to be redirected to a book summary, if you are unfamiliar with the titles. Don’t forget to vote in the polls at the end of each category; voting ends August 11. The chosen book selections for the upcoming Book Club will be posted here and in the Platte Enterprise by the Loquacious Librarian.

Let’s get started, shall we?

For the adult fiction novel the books up for voting include:

The Things They Carried

The Handmaid’s Tale


The Poisonwood Bible

For the young adult titles:

Anne of Green Gables #1

The Little Prince

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory


Little House on the Prairie

Great! Now check back by August 12 to see what books were selected for the September-October reads.

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