Calling All High Schoolers!

Are you (or will you be) in high school? Are you looking for a group of like-minded people who love books as much as you do? Do you have a lot to say about every book you read? Or do you just want to make new friends and eat snacks? Well, you’re in luck! Stuck Between the Pages is the perfect group for you!

Stuck Between the Pages is a book club for those in high school that meets the second Tuesday of the month upstairs in the teen area at the Aurora Public Library at 6 p.m. Come and discuss books with a group of people who love books as much as you do. Plus, there are always snacks!

Stop in anytime to pick up your book and register at the upper level desk. We’ll see you at the next meeting!

Stuck Between the Pages

Are you in high school and looking for something to do this summer? Do you love to read and discuss books with people who love to read just as much as you do? Do you like snacks? Join Stuck Between the Pages! Stuck Between the Pages is the high school age book discussion that takes place once a month at the Aurora Public Library. Call or stop by to sign up and pick up your copy of the book today!

The next discussion will take place on Tuesday, June 12 at 6 p.m. at the Aurora Public Library. We’ll be reading The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. There is a copy waiting just for you to check out! We can’t wait to discuss it with you!

A Christmas Short Story Discussion & Book Talk

What do you look for in a good Christmas story? What are some of your favorite holiday books? We know that you’re a lot busier than normal during this time of year, so the Aurora Public Library District is here to help you relax.

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Stop by the Aurora Public Library on Thursday, December 15 at 1:30 p.m. for “A Christmas Short Story Discussion & Book Talk” hosted by Merlee Adkins. The discussion will feature the short story “Christmas Day in the Morning” by Pearl S. Buck, which you can pick up for free from the Aurora Public Library and the Dillsboro Public Library. Spend a relaxing afternoon at the library listening to the short story and join in on the discussion. Instead of feeling pressured to read yet another holiday book in the span of a few short weeks, you can pick up a copy of the short story that is being featured in the book discussion for free, even if you aren’t planning on attending the book discussion.

No registration is required for this event. Special door prizes will be given out, so make sure you get here early!