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Everyone is Reading:
A Month-Long Community Reading Event


"Everyone is Reading" is Howe Library's one book, one community event. In 1998, Seattle Public librarian Nancy Pearl developed the idea for a program that would bring people together by reading and discussing the same book at the same time. The idea soon spread around the country, reaching all the way to a small town in New Hampshire.
 
If you read a book that you think would be a good candidate for the 2014 "Everyone is Reading" series, please let us know by emailing heather.backman@thehowe.org.
 
Keep in mind that the book must:
  • be well-written
  • have a compelling story that raises interesting questions
  • suggest varied programming possibilities
  • appeal to men and women
  • be available in paperback
  • have less than 350 pages
 
PREVIOUS SELECTIONS FOR EVERYONE IS READING:
The Story of Charlotte's Web by Michael Sims     2013
     The Story of Charlotte's Web

     by Michael Sims





Moby-Duck by Donovan Hohn     2012
     Moby-Duck
     by Donovan Hohn
     2011
     The Wisest Man in America
     by W. D. Wetherell
     2010
     Strength in What Remains
     by Tracy Kidder
     2009
     March
     by Geraldine Brooks
 


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