1st Book Club meeting – Weds 5th July

We’ve set a date for the first meeting of the Exeter Health Library Book Club!

Wednesday 5th July
12:30pm-13:30pm
Exeter Health Library Meeting Room (PMS/RILD Building)

This will be as part of our Health Information Week. Any RD&E staff are welcome to attend.

As it’s our first meeting, we’re giving you a choice of books to read – pick ONE of the following titles

Eat, pray, love – by Elizabeth Gilbert
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This book will save your life – by A. M. Homes
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Search for on Devon Libraries library catalogue
Search for on Amazon

 

Fragile things – by Neil Gaiman
Search for on Exeter Health Library library catalogue
Search for on Devon Libraries library catalogue
Search for on Amazon

 

We’re asking you to find your own copies of these books for this initial meeting, but once the Book Club is up and running we’re hoping to be able to borrow sets of books via the public library.

We’ll be providing more information about each of these books shortly, so watch this space!

For those who can’t make it to the meeting, we’re investigating ways that you can submit your thoughts/comments/book reviews online, so again, please watch this space.

If you’d like to find out more about the Book Club, or make suggestions for titles, please contact us.

We look forward to seeing you and hearing from you soon!

The Library Team

 

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