Upcoming dates:
May 23, @ Penny's
6:30 PM

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

MAY BOOK SELECTION

May's book is "Agnes Hopper Shakes Up Sweet Briar" by Carol Guthrie Heilman......for some reason I couldn't get the picture to work!!??  Sorry!

One More To Go!

What an enjoyable evening we had tonight at the "Smith Estate"!!  Seriously it was a beautiful evening at a beautiful place and the discussion of a precious story (to quote our hostess!) was so good!  Thank you, Jamie (our founder) for suggesting this book!   Thank you LBCLBC Ladies!!!  Believe it or not we have one more meeting and this year comes to an end!  See you next month!

Monday, April 24, 2017

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR "THE WAITING"

If you wanted someone you know to read this book, how would you describe it?

Minka was a strong girl/woman.  What do you think made her strong?

What qualities did she exhibit that you would like to emulate?

Do you agree that you can come to a greater knowledge of God through difficult situations as Minka did?  Why or why not?

What did you think about the point at which she forgave her attacker?
Did her life seem to reflect that she had not forgiven him?

What emotions did you experience as you read this story?

Did you enjoy reading about the historical events the author included in the timeline of the book?  Did you learn about anything you didn't know about before?

Do any questions come to mind regarding her "timeline"? (e.g. page 114-115)

Any comments on the pictures she included in the middle of the book?

Are there any quotes you noted?  If so what are they?

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

April Book Selection


Don't Text While Walking !!

LOL!! This was a lesson learned......not from the book but from the book club leader!   So thankful for Jenn and her willingness to host at a moment's notice!  Love you girls!  Delicious food and wonderful conversation as usual!

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?