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Adults

Recommendation:

The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O.

by Neal Stephenson and Nicole Gallard

Admittedly, I’m a big Stephenson fan, but this book has a fascinating mix of magic, time travel, and really bad jokes that should appeal to almost anyone into adventure and silliness.

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Book a Librarian

Get one-on-one help with technology, job applications, and more. Contact us at 708-352-0100 or info@lplibrary.org to make an appointment.

Museum Adventure Passes

Cardholders may check out passes that allow free or discounted admission to seventeen area museums and cultural centers including Brookfield Zoo, Cantigny, Naper Settlement, and more!

Upcoming Events

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Discussion Groups

Books Alive! Book Discussion

Third Tuesday of the month at 2:00 pm. Copies of the books will be available one month before the meeting.

Huck Out West by Robert Coover

August 15, 2 pm

A rollicking continuation of the great American classic The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. The story follows Huck during and after the American Civil War, as he joins the Pony Express, scouts for both sides of the war and arrives in the Black Hills right before the 1876 Gold Rush.

Cookbook Club

Pick a recipe from the chosen cookbook and share it with all at the meeting. A copy of the book will be available at the Reference Desk for you to pick out your recipe.

Japanese Cooking: A Simple Art by Shizuo Tsuji

We’ll explore the breadth of Japanese home cooking.

Thursday, August 17, 6 pm

Film Discussion

Every other Friday at 7:00 pm

Daughters of the Dust

August 18

This poetic film explores the lives of African Americans living on the coastal islands of South Carolina and Georgia.