Upcoming dates:
March 28, @Jenn's
6:30 PM

Thursday, March 23, 2017

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR "WREATH, A GIRL"



Were you immediately engaged in this book or did it take you awhile to get into it?  Why?

This book is considered Young Adult Fiction, is that how you would classify it?  Why or why not?

Wreath assumed because Law was well-dressed and handsome that he was rich.  Have you ever assumed someone is a certain way because of the way they look?  Not a good way to judge people, agree?

Were there other things the author was trying to teach?  What do you think was the main lesson in the book?

Could you relate to Wreath's "running away"?  If so, how?

What qualities in Wreath did you most respect?

Which character helped Wreath the most?  Her mom, Faye, Law, Clarice.......??

What was your favorite event in the book? Why?

Were there surprises in the book for you, or was it totally predictable?

Do you want to read all the books in this series?

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

March Book Selection

"WREATH, A GIRL"


1Timothy 6:10

Greed ......one thing we decided is not a proper motivator.   Thought provoking discussion tonight even though there were things about the "structure" of the book we didn't like!  Food was delicious and fellowship sweet!  Thank you again LBC ladies!

Monday, February 27, 2017

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR "THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL"



What three words would you use to describe this book?

Did the "structure" of the book (length of chapters, small print, etc.) affect you in anyway?

What was your favorite moment/event in this book?  Your least favorite?

Did you have a favorite chapter?  If so, which was it and why?

What surprised you most when you were reading this book?

Were there any memorable quotes or statements that you remember from this book?

How did this book broaden your perspective?  Did you learn something new or were you exposed to different ideas about people?

If you were writing this book, what would you change?  Was the ending satisfying?  If so, why?  If not, how would you change it?

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

February Book Selection

                                             "The Root of All Evil" by Philip B. Coulter

First Meeting of 2017!

Thank you, Jenn!  As usual, we had a great conversation about a fun book!  I think we all agreed we'd like to take "A Week in Winter" at the bed and breakfast!!  Thanks to all for the good food!  Book club night with you sweet ladies is always energizing and encouraging!

Friday, January 20, 2017

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR "A WEEK IN WINTER"



How would you describe this book?  (Did it seems like a book of short stories to you, or something else, etc.?)

What/who was your favorite "story/character(s)"?  Least favorite?

If you could invite any of the characters into your home, who would you invite and why?

If you had to trade places with any of the characters, who would you choose to trade with and why?

Did anything in this book take you by surprise?  If so, what?

How did the setting (different locations, etc.) in this book enhance or impact the story?  In your opinion, did the author do a good job describing things and make you feel as if you were there?  Explain.

If you had to choose one lesson the author was trying to teach in this book, what would it be?

Were you pleased with the ending?  If not, what would you have changed?