The book club is back with a bang this semester with even more gusto than the fall. For the spring, we have an awesome selection of books. Books that you will find irresistible. So come along…join us for sheer fun of reading…..
Here are the details.
Books 101 Calhoun Community College
READING LIST SP 2015
101 E 12:30 PM Behind Administrative Office
The Book Thief: set in holocaust Germany, this story enlightens on living in a society governed by a tight regimen. However, books provide a form of solace. Let us find out how the world of letters has shone light on the darkness of horror and grief.
by Markus Zusak
9th February 2015
Philomena: A Mother, Her Son, and a Fifty-Year Search. A heartbreaking true story of a mother whose son was taken away from her by chicanery! How do moribund social values destroy lives? Have a long look at what it meant to be a mother and woman in a society that is oblivious to human misery.
by Martin Sixsmith
9th March 2015
The Perks of Being a Wallflower: Coming of age novel set in a high school. Perhaps that it was banned, during the initial years of its publication, is sufficient to titillate your interest.
by Stephen Chbosky
13th April 2015
The Club of Queer Trades: the best for last. From a taste of Chesterton last year, we know what to expect, don’t we? A collection of stories published at the turn of the 20th century, meant to stir the unconventional in the reader. No spoilers for this one!
by G.K. Chesterton
4th May 2015