August 31, 2022

Book House & Book Clubs (September)

What do books about social justice and pandemics, plus banned books and historical works, have in common? As Cheryl McKeon of the Book House of Stuyvesant Plaza explains, these are all choices of one book club or another. Clubs read everything from “big fat books” (800+ pages) to collections of short stories. Books mentioned: “White Fragility”; “Just Mercy”; “1619 Project”; “Caste”; “The Racial Healing Handbook”; “The Tale of Genji”; “A Confederacy of Dunces”; “Wish You Were Here”; “Our Country Friends”; “The Boys: A Novel”; and “Fever.” Produced by Brea Barthel for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.

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