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When the Stars go Dark posted by Robyn

Award winning author Paula McLain steps out of her historical fiction genre to write When the Stars go Dark, a crime/thriller novel.  Protagonist Anna Hart has had more than her share of hardships – she was a foster child who lost her mother and two half siblings at an early age.  As an adult, she has channeled her energy into her career as a missing persons detective, but at a huge cost.

Eagle Book Club

Sure, reading can be a solitary activity, so the Eagle Valley Library District created social opportunities for your enjoyment. Meet people in your community by joining a library book club. We have book clubs across the District that meet once a month. Participate in lively discussions, exchange ideas and laughter. Walk-ins are always welcomed! Due to the holidays, in December the Eagle Book Club will meet at 6:30 pm. on Monday, Dec. 20th.  For a complete schedule and reading list visit our website by clicking here.

Eagle Book Club

Sure, reading can be a solitary activity, so the Eagle Valley Library District created social opportunities for your enjoyment. Meet people in your community by joining a library book club. We have book clubs across the District that meet once a month. Participate in lively discussions, exchange ideas and laughter. Walk-ins are always welcomed!  Due to the Thanksgiving holidays, the Eagle Book Club will meet on the last Monday of November at 6:30 pm. For a complete schedule and reading list visit our website by clicking here.

Eagle Book Club

Sure, reading can be a solitary activity, so the Eagle Valley Library District created social opportunities for your enjoyment. Meet people in your community by joining a library book club. We have book clubs across the District that meet once a month. Participate in lively discussions, exchange ideas and laughter. Walk-ins are always welcomed! The Eagle Book Club meets on the fourth Monday of every month at 6:30 pm. For a complete schedule and reading list visit our website by clicking here.

The Good Sister posted by Robyn

In The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth, Fern and Rose Castle are twins who have always been there for each other, especially after being raised by an unreliable single mother and experiencing a tragic incident during their teen years.  As adults, they continue to have very different personalities.  Fern is a public librarian who deals with a sensory disorder.  Rose is married and finds she

Klara and the Sun posted by Robyn

Klara is a solar powered AF (Artificial Friend) who begins her story from a store window as she observes activities on the street and waits for someone to purchase her.  She is an older model, and realizes she has competition as she sees new AFs arrive in the store.  But customer 13-year-old Josie takes a shine to Klara, and wishes her to be a companion.  Klara finally makes her way into a home, and finds herself part of a family.  She is quiet yet wise, and continues her observations in the household as she becomes more than an AF to young Josie.