About This Club
Love to read? Book Club is the perfect place to do that, and meet other 'bibliophiles.' You can read together and share the experiences of novels together in the positive library environment. Book club will insight you on some of the newest and most intense books out there, and will engage in fun, literacy-related activities. Those who join should have a reading desire, and be willing to discuss books and try ones from new categories. Book Club was started February 2012 with a dozen members. It can expand and gain momentum with your membership. Join and give it a chance.
Readers Unite During Meetings
Just for Taste: most popular books at FHS Library
1. "The Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins
2. "Catching Fire" by Suzanne Collins
3. "Dead rules" by Randy Russell
4. "The Lying Game" by Sara Shepard
5. "Slide" by Jill Hathaway
6. "The World Book Encyclopedia"
7. "The Bell Jar" by Sylvia Plath
8. "The Bellmaker" by Brian Jacques
9. "Best friends for never: a Clique novel" by Lisi Harrison
10. "A child called "it": one child's courage to survive" by David Pelzer
Club participants express their opinion
"Book Club is important and recommended because it's a place where book lovers come together and share their thoughts and can meet new friends. Everybody should read, and if you try, you will get it into it. Coming to Book Club will help you do that." says president Sierra Donahue.
"The Book Club is very fun. I'm reading books I had never given a second thought about. I love giving my view on the story, and although I am currently the only male member, I love everyone else's opinion as well. Book Club and clubs in general are a very fun way to bring people together and talk about what they like." says James Paxton.
"I like Book Club because I can talk to other people who enjoy books as well. I am in Book Club because it looks good on a college applications or a job resume. I would refer people to come because it's fun, and will get them ahead in their future of great success." says Heather Powell.