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Community Conversations: Media Smart on Libby!

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Don’t miss this opportunity to delve into the world of “Julia: a Retelling of 1984” and contribute to the Community Conversations: Media Smart book discussion. Whether you prefer a hardcopy or an ebook, the library has you covered. Engage in a stimulating conversation with fellow readers at the Heritage Room on February 27.

Availability: Hardcopies are currently circulating, and the eBook version is accessible through the Libby app. Patrons can borrow it by using their library account number. The book is available for borrowing throughout February.

Book Discussion Details: The book discussion is scheduled for Tuesday, February 27, 2024, from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The event will take place in the Peter White Public Library Heritage Room and is tailored for adults and seniors.

About the Book: “Julia: a Retelling of 1984” by Sandra Newman provides a unique perspective, presenting George Orwell’s classic “1984” through the eyes of Julia, Winston Smith’s lover. This imaginative retelling is both relevant and thought-provoking in today’s context.

How to Participate: To join the discussion, read the book before the scheduled date. The book discussion will take place in the Heritage Room on February 27.

Contact Information: For more information, please contact the Reference Desk at Peter White Public Library. You can reach them by phone at 906-226-4311 or via email at refdesk@pwpl.info.

 

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