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Book Club Corner | Readers have adapted to the times

Zoom meetings abound.

 
Series: Coronavirus | Story 108

Last updated 6/5/2020 at 10:27am

Courtesy Marge Rhodes

Mill Creek Library's Fiction Book Club group at a meeting in December – back when social distancing wasn't on everyone's minds. Librarians say there has been no reading trend toward post-apocalyptic books; instead they have moved to the classics.

The Mill Creek Library's Fiction Book Club is still meeting, although in a different format.

Their meeting time is the third Thursday of the month at 6:45 p.m. but the meeting is attended virtually via Zoom.

The Sno-Isle Library System and the Mill Creek Library are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, so book kits have not been available. To remedy that, the book club has had to adapt.

The Sno-Isle staff has put together lists of ebooks that have unlimited copies available for checkout: these are usually classics and older works that are out of copyright. Both the Fiction Book Club a...



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