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Our Book Club Group for ladies who are interested in reading the book of the month and enjoy discussing the ins and outs of the story. There is no commitment . If you don't fancy the chosen book  then you don't have to read it...join us the next time.

We meet at local Airdrie cafe's, restaurants and outside. We chat about books, movies, shows and life in general. Come join us!


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About the Book

In 1936, tucked deep into the woods of Troublesome Creek, KY, lives blue-skinned 19-year-old Cussy Carter, the last living female of the rare Blue People ancestry.

The lonely young Appalachian woman joins the historical Pack Horse Library Project of Kentucky and becomes a librarian, riding across slippery creek beds and up treacherous mountains on her faithful mule to deliver books and other reading material to the impoverished hill people of Eastern Kentucky.

Along her dangerous route, Cussy, known to the mountain folk as Bluet, confronts those suspicious of her damselfly-blue skin and the government's new book program. She befriends hardscrabble and complex fellow Kentuckians, and is fiercely determined to bring comfort and joy, instill literacy, and give to those who have nothing, a bookly respite, a fleeting retreat to faraway lands

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About the Book

Here is a gorgeous, slow-burning story set in the rural “badlands” of northern Ontario, where heartbreak and hardship are mirrored in the landscape. For the farming Pye family, life is a Greek tragedy where the sins of the fathers are visited on the sons, and terrible events occur—offstage.

Centerstage are the Morrisons, whose tragedy looks more immediate if less brutal, but is, in reality, insidious and divisive. Orphaned young, Kate Morrison was her older brother Matt’s protegee, her fascination for pond life fed by his passionate interest in the natural world. Now a zoologist, she can identify organisms under a microscope but seems blind to the state of her own emotional life. And she thinks she’s outgrown her siblings—Luke, Matt, and Bo—who were once her entire world.

In this universal drama of family love and misunderstandings, of resentments harbored and driven underground, Lawson ratchets up the tension with heartbreaking humor and consummate control, continually overturning one’s expectations right to the very end. Tragic, funny, unforgettable, this deceptively simple masterpiece about the perils of hero worship leapt to the top of the bestseller lists only days after being released in Canada and earned glowing reviews in The New York Times and The Globe and Mail, to name a few. (less)

LOL Reading Cafe - Book Shelf

My Secret Sister - Author Helen Edwards & Jenny Lee Smith

Oranges & Sunshine - Author Margaret Humphreys

The Light Between Oceans - Author M.L. Stedman

The Love Warrior - Author, Glennon Doyle Melton

The Shack - Author, Wm Paul Young

Lion: A Long Way Home - Author, Saroo Grierley

The Birth House - Author, Ami McKay

The Glass Castle - Jeanette Wall

The Red Tent - Anita Diamant

Feeding My Mother - Jan Arden

The Full Catastrophe - Karen Elizabeth Lee

The Forgotten Ones - Steena Holmes

Tattooist of Auschwitz - Heather Morris

Sea of Memories - Fiona Valpy

Educated - Tara Westover

The Witch Finders Sister - Beth Underdown

This Is How It Always Is - Laura Frankel

The Bookshop of Yesterday - Amy Meyerson

Becoming - Michelle Obama

Someone I Used to Know - Wendy Mitchell

A Good Wife - Samra Zafar

Where The Crawdads Sing - Delia Owens

The Patient - Steena Holmes

Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine - Gail Honeyman

Maybe You Should Talk To Someone - Lori Gottlieb

The Giver of Stars - Jojo Moyes

The Henna Artist - Alka joshi

The House by the Sea - Santa Montefiore

I know Why the Caged Bird Sings - Maya Angelou

The Book of Lost Names - Kristin Harmel

The Jane Austen Society - Natalie Jenner

Clinical Trial - Tammy Plunkett

Lies We Tell Ourselves - Steena Holmes

Indian Horse - Richard Wagamese

The Island of Sea Women - Lisa See

The Push - Ashley Audrain

The Oceans Between Us - Gill Thompson 

A View Across the Rooftops - Suzanne Kelman

The Invention of Wings - Sue Monk Kidd

Shadow & Bone - Leigh Bardugo

The Catcher in the Rye - J. D. Salinger

Outlander Book 1 - Diana Gabaldon

The Skylark's Secret - Fiona Valpy

Bridgertons, The Duke & I - Julia Quinn

The Murmur of Bees, Sophia Segovia

One for the Blackbird, One for the Crow - Olivia Hawker

The Nightingale, Kristin Hannah

Home for Unwanted Girls - Joanna Goodman

A Discoverty of Witches - Deborah Harkness

The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane - Lisa See

My Brilliant Friend - Elena Ferrante

The Handmaid's Tale - Margaret Atwood

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