If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to read more, chances are you’re looking for all the resources and motivators you can get your hands on. You need title recommendations, people to discuss your latest reads with, and, of course, endless piles of books to add to your TBR list. If your first thought for where you can find these things and more was the local library, you’re absolutely correct—the Francis A. Gregory Library offers virtual book club discussions, the incomparable resources that are librarians, and, naturally, as many books as you can read and then some.
With extensive safety protocols in place, you can nevertheless embrace the Francis A. Gregory Library to reach your reading goals in 2021. Whether you’re working your way through a challenge full of prompts, aiming for a higher-than-ever total for your annual Goodreads Reading Challenge, or simply looking to get lost in a good book for the first time in forever, you’ll find plenty of reading material here.
If you’re the type who thrives on sharing your opinions on your favorite books, you’ll definitely want to join in on a virtual discussion with the Francis A. Gregory Book Club. And, if you prefer to brood over Mr. Darcy on your own, that’s okay, too.