Getting Ready for Fall -
The rainy weekend was a reminder that fall is coming. Do you have a Fall Reading List? Are there certain types of books you like to read when Autumn comes?
September for the Bookclub@BarronPL is Wisconsin Author month. We read books that have been written by Wisconsin Authors. Many times they are set in Wisconsin or in areas similar to Wisconsin. (Is there really any place better than Wisconsin?)
October is a month for many who like the scary, thriller, or mystery story. A good scary book at Halloween can make the holiday even better or just scarier.
November is a good month to read about being Thankful or a good story about families. Also a the time to check out those cookbooks for delicious food recipes to add to your holiday table.
Christmas time is a great time to give the gifts of books and read holiday stories set in a this time of year.
Whether you set up a list of books to read in the fall, continue to read your TBR pile (To Be Read) or just pick books off the shelves as you browse your Library - All reading is good.
Happy Fall Reading!