Jul 14, 2008 10:24 AM | 0
Literature addicts, we understand you.
If you’ve been looking for a place to share your thoughts with a crowd that has the same appreciation for reading as you, look no further. Brooklyn Public Library is the official place this summer for all the book therapy you need.
Sign up for our Summer Reading Program. As part of it, many branches are hosting popular authors as they discuss their lives and work. On Tuesday, July 15, at 6:30 PM, Nicole Krauss will be at Bay Ridge Library to discuss her critically-acclaimed, best-selling novel The History of Love. New York Magazine even listed this event. Jane Cleland, author of Antiques to Die For, will also be stopping by Brooklyn Heights Library on Saturday, July 26, at 1 PM.
And there are plenty of opportunities to speak your mind. Book discussions of popular titles are held at many locations. You can pick up a Summer Reading brochure at your library for a full listing. Or, hop on to the Summer Reading website to take in an online book discussion or to post your own book review.