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Royalton Hartland Book Club to discuss book by Santo

BY: Metro Source Staff | December 30, 2012

Readers interested in sharing their love for reading are invited to join the members of the Royalton Hartland Book Club at their 7 p.m. Jan. 14 in the upstairs meeting room at the library, 9 Vernon St. in Middleport.

The adult members of the Royalton Hartland Book Club meet monthly to discuss a wide variety of literary selections and a variety of opinions and new members are always welcome.

This month’s book selection for discussion is “The Roots of the Olive Tree” by Courtney Miller Santo.

This is a story told from many different viewpoints that highlights the joys and sorrows of family life and tradition. Santo has her characters present their view of events and each has a unique way of describing love, secrets, disappointments and the forgiveness that bind families together through time. And Santo includes a family secret that doesn’t leave anyone without something to talk about.

Interested readers are invited to attend this month’s meeting, or any of the future meetings at the library, which are posted online at www.royhartcommunitylibrary.com.

Please call the library at 735-3281 with any questions or for more information.

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