A Book a Month

Margaret Zhao

Margaret Zhao leading the review of her book “Really Enough”

Author Margaret Zhao led our first day-time book group, and it was such a success that the group wanted to continue. We now read a book of the group’s choice “a book a month,” focusing on books portraying social and/or historical relevance. After reading, we gather to discuss the book. The idea is to share our impressions of the book and our own life experiences. Please join us and bring a friend!

March: Ginny Moon by Benjamin Ludwig. Ginny Moon is our 13-year-old narrator of the novel bearing her name. She has autism and has been abused by her birth mother for her first 9 years of life. She finally gets her “forever family” but she’s still trying to make sense of a world that just doesn’t seem to add up. This is a novel that reads so true, probably because the author, Benjamin Ludwig, and his wife fostered and adopted an autistic teenager. This one promises to be a very compelling read!

If you buy your books from Towne Center Books in downtown Pleasanton, be sure to ask for the Lynnewood book club discount.

When: 10:00 – 11:30 am 3rd Thursday, and at other dates as noted
Where: Lynnewood youth room, clearly marked in the office building behind the church (4466 Black Ave, Suite C), and at other locations if noted
Contact: Sandee.

Book Group for Margaret Zhao's "Really Enough"

Book group for “Really Enough” by Margaret Zhao