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Allie Larkin Signs
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Moving Beyond Racism Book Group
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The Holocaust, the Church, and the Law of Unintended Consequences
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Please join us for this book group dedicated to reading and discussing literature in Spanish. This month's selection is Malinche by Laura Esquivel.
3349 Monroe Avenue Suite 46, Rochester, NY 14618-5513
Barnes & Noble is pleased to welcome back Allie Larkin for a reading and signing from her new release, Why Can't I Be You. Please join us.
330 Greece Ridge Center Drive, Rochester, NY 14626-2819
Everyone is welcome to join this discussion group whether or not you have read the book. This month we will be discussing American Islam by Paul M. Barrett.
Lessons from Katherine, written by ordained United Church of Christ pastor, Glenda Prins, is a spiritual memoir about loving and parenting a disabled child amidst grief, financial difficulty and marital discord.
In The Holocaust, the Church, and the Law of Unintended Consequences, retired Family Court Judge, Anthony J. Sciolino, provides a powerful analysis of why Christianity failed to stop the Holocaust.
Explore a crucial campaign in the Mexican-American War and a pivotal moment in America's history with a discussion of Kearny's March by Winston Groom. Please join us.
Do you enjoy a good mystery? This book group welcomes new members! This month they will be discussing Snow Angels, the first book in the Inspector Vaara Series by James Thompson.
We are pleased to participate in If All of Rochester Read the Same Book with a discussion of Into the Beautiful North by Luis Alberto Urrea. Please note the special meeting night this month.