The St. James UMC Book Club has announced its reading and discussion schedule for May and the months of fall.
May—Tapestry by Beth Duke
Skye and her grandmother, Sparrow, decide to investigate their ancestry. The decision starts them on a journey through Alabama and Texas with stories involving the Wichapi Stone Wall and the battle of Horseshoe Bend as well as freed enslaved persons.
September—The Aviator’s Wife by Melanie Benjamin
This historical fiction tells of the marriage of one of America’s most extraordinary couples: Charles Lindbergh and Anne Morrow Lindbergh. Morrow is famous in her own right as a writer and finalist for the National Book Award for Nonfiction in 1956 for her book, The Gift of the Sea.
October—Emma by Jane Austen
November—Delaney’s People by Beth Duke
This novel relates the story of an Alabama family from its roots in Ireland to the present day as great grandmother tells Delaney about her family history.
The St. James Book Club usually meets on the third Sunday of the month via Zoom.
Come join the club for some lively discussion. For more information, contact June Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org