BG Chatterbooks

BG Chatterbooks is the adult book discussion group at the Beech Grove Public Library. If you are interested in joining their monthly book discussion;  the group meets the fourth Monday of every month, January through November, at 6:30 pm in the Wiseman Meeting Room. The following is the list of the titles the group will be reading in 2016:

January 25th The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion
                              by Fannie Flagg

February 22nd The Girl on the Train
                              by Paula Hawkins

March 28
th All The Light We Cannot See
                    by Anthony Doerr

April 25
th Still Life With Bread Crumbs
                              by Anna Quindlen

May 23
rd                               Celebrating 100 years of the
                              Indianapolis Motor Speedway
                              Blood & Smoke:  A True Tale of Mystery,
                              Mayhem, and the Birth of the
Indy 500 
                              by Charles Leerhsen

June 27
th                              Made You Up
                             by Francesca Zappia (Author will be joining us)

July 25
th                               The Little Paris Bookshop
                             by Nina George

August 22
nd                    ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror
                             by Michael Weiss

September 26
th Celebrating Indiana’s Bicentennial
    What This River Keeps
                            by Greg Schwippes 
                            (from Next Indiana Bookshelf)

October 24
th                Autobiography/Biography of Jimmy Carter
                            A Full Life is his most recent autobiography

November 28
th         Short Stories
                            Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption
                            by Stephen King
                            A Christmas Memory
                            by Truman Capote
                            (We will choose titles for 2017 at this session)



Next Meeting:

Cover To Little Paris Bookshop

 On Monday, July 25th 
we will be discussing
The Little Paris Bookshop
by Nina George