Tuesday, April 25th at 6:30pm Jo Piazza will be joining us for a reading and book signing of her new book, How to Be Married: What I Learned from Real Women on Five Continents about Surviving My First (Really Hard) Year of Marriage!
Please join us Wednesday, April 26th at 6:30pm. Christa M. Tinari and The Doylestown Bookshop will be hosting the book launch for Christa's book, Create a Culture of Kindness in Middle Schools: 48 Character-Building Lessons to Foster Respect and Prevent Bullying
  Independent Bookstore Day Saturday April 29, 2017: cartoon of people of all ages reading with lights and baloons that read "I Party At Bookstores"  
 
Beartown by Fredrik Backman
Burntown by Jennifer McMahon
Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant
The Whole Thing Together by Ann Brashares
 
Bill O'Reilly's Legends and Lies: The Civil War by David Fisher
Beartown by Fredrik Backman
The Best of Adam Sharp by Graeme Simsion
The Trials of Apollo, Book Two: The Dark Prophecy by Rick Riordan
 
 
The Invention of Nature: Alexander Von Humbondt's New World by Andrea Wulf
Next Meeting: Thursday, April 27th at 6:15pm
Discussing The Invention of Nature by Andrea Wulf
Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859) was the most famous scientist of his age, a visionary German naturalist and polymath whose discoveries forever changed the way we understand the natural world. In this illuminating biography, Andrea Wulf brings Humboldt's extraordinary life into focus: his prediction of human-induced climate change; his daring expeditions to the highest peaks of South America and to the anthrax-infected steppes of Siberia; his relationships with iconic figures, including Simon Bolivar and Thomas Jefferson; and the lasting influence of his writings on Darwin, Wordsworth, Goethe, Muir, Thoreau, and many others. Brilliantly researched and stunningly written, The Invention of Nature reveals the myriad ways in which Humboldt's ideas form the foundation of modern environmentalism--and reminds us why they are as prescient and vital as ever.
 
The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley by Hannah Tinti
The Tunnels: Escapes Under the Berlin Wall and the Historic Films the JFK White House Tried to Kill by Greg Mitchell
Fail Better by Mark Kingwell
Rules for Stealing the Stars by Corey Ann Haydu