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Food for Thought

Food for Thought Book Discussion

Led by Mount Prospect Public Library Readers’ Advisors, the Food for Thought Book Discussions will give you food for thought all year! Food for Thought selections offer a variety of books ranging from classics to non-fiction to popular fiction. This book discussion meets on the first Wednesday of each month in Meeting Room B in two sessions: Session 1 meets from noon-1 p.m. and Session 2 meets from 2-3 p.m. Registration is required. Books will be available 30 days prior to the discussion at the Fiction/AV/Teen Services desk. Attendees must be registered in order to claim a book.

Food for Thought Book Discussion Schedule 2015

The Cuckoo’s Calling

August 5

The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith

In a fast-paced mystery published pseudonymously by J.K. Rowling, struggling private investigator Cormoran Strike is asked to delve into the supposed suicide of a supermodel, plunging him into the desperate world of the rich and famous.

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Where’d You Go, Bernadette

September 2

Where’d You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple

When her notorious, hilarious, volatile, talented, troubled, and agoraphobic mother goes missing, teenage Bee begins a trip that takes her to the ends of the earth to find her.

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The Storyteller

October 7

The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult

Becoming friends with Josef Weber, an old man who's particularly loved in her community, Sage Singer is shocked when one day he asks her to kill him and reveals why he deserves to die, causing her to question her beliefs--and to wonder if his request would be murder or justice.

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The Round House

November 4

The Round House by Louise Erdrich

When his mother, a tribal enrollment specialist living on a reservation in North Dakota, slips into an abyss of depression after being brutally attacked, fourteen-year-old Joe Coutts sets out with his three friends to find the person who destroyed his family. Winner of the National Book Award.

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Call the Midwife

December 2

Call the Midwife by Jennifer Worth

At the age of twenty-two, Jennifer Worth leaves her comfortable home to move into a convent and become a midwife in postwar London’s East End slums. The colorful people she meets while delivering babies in a variety of circumstances illuminate a rich and fascinating time in history.

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