Welcome to the Silent Book Club where all you need is a book to read. Any book, any format, any chapter! No discussions and no worries about not enough copies for everyone. Just shut up and read!
YWCA is on a mission to get Greater Cincinnati reflecting and discussing the effects of interpersonal and structural racism. To do that, they're turning to books. Read on to learn how the Library is partnering on this important initiative.
Thinking of starting a book club, or looking to keep the one you have engaging and interesting? Here are some of Writer-in-Residence Jessica Strawser's favorite ideas.
The Ride & Read program allows Metro riders of all ages to spend their commute with a good book, no matter the format. Think of it as a bus book club!
Jewish Community Relations Council Director Jackie Congedo talks about the upcoming events, what she hopes the community will get out of the discussions, and resources for those who want to learn more about the fraught Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
In advance of Bryan Stevenson's presentation at our inaugural Mary S. Stern Lecture Series Oct 2 at the Aronoff, we're kicking off a system-wide book club to discuss his book 'Just Mercy'.
Reference Librarian Adam Vorobok learned about Picasso and Chagall paintings through one of Cincinnati’s best-kept secrets: the See the Story book club. This partnership between the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County and the Cincinnati Art Museum started in 2004 and it's one of his favorite parts of his job.
Calling all fiction readers: 2019 Library Foundation Writer-in-Residence Jessica Strawser will be joining book club discussions at branch libraries all over town this year and she’s here with her latest Inside The Writer’s Head blog post to tell you all about it.
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