Book Club - March 21

In March of 2007 the Riverton Area Book Club met for the first time to discuss Illinois Senator Barack Obama’s book, Dreams from My Father.  This March, 13 years later, the group takes a look at another Obama book: Becoming, by Michelle Obama.  During the intervening years the book club has chosen books of all genres: history, fiction, nonfiction, mysteries, ranging from comfortable classics and  summer romances to psychological thrillers and science fiction. Often books that are difficult or unlikable result in the most lively conversations.


Book Club Feb. 15th

Hi, Everyone,

The Riverton Area Book Club is meeting this Saturday, Feb. 15, at 10am to discuss Slightly South of Simple. The discussion will be held at the Riverton Library.


If you have suggestions for next month please bring them along!  March is our anniversary month so we may discuss whether we should make the meeting more festive.

Book Club - February 15th

The Riverton Area Book Club will meet on Saturday, February 15, to discuss Slightly South of Simple by Kristy Woodson Harvey.  This book, published in 2017 and approximately 350 pages, falls in the genre of contemporary romance and is the first in the Peachtree Bluff Series. It has a coastal Southern setting and explores the bonds between sisters and mothers/daughters. The author has been published in numerous publications and is also a founder of Design Chic, an interior design blog.


Book Club - Jan 18, 2020

The Riverton Area Book Club is meeting Jan 18, 2020, at the Riverton Village Library (10-11 am) to discuss What She Knew, by Gilly Macmillan. Eight-year-old Ben completely disappears on a walk in the park with his mother Rachel. What follows is a description of the desperate attempts by the police to find him, the fickle role of the media, and surprising reactions from family members all rolled into a page-turning psychological thriller.



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