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NEW DATE: Wednesday, February 20th, 7 p.m.
Join us for a swoon-worthy evening dedicated to the books in which bodices may or may not be ripped (but if they are, it is in a consensual and mutually pleasurable way) and happily-ever-after is guaranteed.
We’ll talk about the genre – its place in the literary industry, its multitude of subgenres, the stigmas it faces, and the reasons why Romance literature is also Feminist literature.
To bring us an insider’s view, we welcome special guest Anne Stuart! Anne (a.k.a. Krissie Ohlrogge) has been publishing novels for over 40 years and has won every major award in the romance field.
Monday, February 25th, 10 a.m. at Jeudevine Library – David Martin
Join us for a special February Break storytime at the Jeudevine Library with Lyndonville author David Martin. David has recently published a wintry addition to his sweet Peep & Ducky series!
David Martin is a retired teacher who has written more than a dozen published books for growing readers.
Thursday, March 7th, 8:30 a.m. – Breakfast Book Club Reads Auntie Poldi and the Sicilian Lions
Join the Breakfast Book Club for a lively discussion about the first of a new mystery series featuring the sixty-ish and sexy, outrageous amateur sleuth, Auntie Poldi. Set in sun-soaked Sicily, with a fun and fast-paced plot, this book could be the perfect antidote to the snow and ice outside.
New members are always welcome to drop in! Purchase this book as a book club participant, and receive 20% off.
Tuesday, March 19th, 7 p.m. – Andrea Chesman
Cookbook author Andrea Chesman will be here to talk about a rediscovered ingredient that is showing up in professional and home kitchens – animal fats! From rendering your own to finding creative ways to incorporate animal fats into your cooking, Chesman’s book Fat Kitchen is here to educate and inspire you.
The author will bring samples of some of the recipes found in Fat Kitchen for audience members to taste!
Wednesday, March 27, 7 p.m. – Drawdown discussion hosted by SunCommon, at the Jeudevine Library
“At SunCommon we believe everyone has the right to a healthy environment, and to work towards that mission we are supporting authors and books that promote positive change. We have created a series of conversations that are being hosted at different book stores and libraries throughout Vermont, discussing the book Drawdown.”
Drawdown—The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming, edited by Paul Hawkins. Drawdown outlines the 100 most substantive solutions to global warming. Within each solution, Drawdown describe its history, the carbon impact it provides, the relative cost and savings, the path to adoption, and how it works.
Please RSVP here.
Send questions about this event to erin.rocheleau “at” gmail.com.
More Upcoming Events – Details to follow:
May 7 – Janet Pocorroba, The Fourth String: A Memoir of Sensei and Me
May 14 – Jennifer McMahon, The Invited (at the Jeudevine Library)
May 21 – Charles Fergus, Make a Home for Wildlife: Creating Habitat on Your Land
June 8 – Bill McKibben, Falter (at the Hardwick Town House, co-sponsored by Jeudevine Library)
July 16 – Dede Avery (After Ever: Little Stories for Grown Children) and Charli Mills of Carrot Ranch