Held two times each year at Newton Public Library, TALK (Talk About Literature in Kansas), is a program for those who love to read and discuss good books. Each TALK series is built around an entertaining and thought-provoking topic of interest to adult readers. The four books in each series are selected for reader appeal, literary quality, and relevance to the series theme. Discussion leaders and books for the series are provided by the Kansas Humanities Council.
The discussion series for the fall is “World War II Generation”. To reserve books for the series, contact the Library.
Mystery Lover’s Book Discussion
Readers who enjoy a good mystery are invited to join this monthly discussion, held the first Wednesday of each month at 5 p.m. Check Library Happenings for details.
Third Thursday Fiction Book Discussion
General fiction readers are invited to join this monthly discussion, held the Third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. Check Library Happenings for details.
Newton Public Library plans and participates in activities, discussions, and exhibits around the books chosen each year.