Katie Harris has a knack for picking a great book! A leader of Gal’s Guide Book Club Katie will handpick a book that fits into our research theme for the month. Selections might be fiction, or they might be nonfiction.
We will meet on the last Thursday of every month at 8pm. Because of our wide reach, we’re still looking at using Zoom to meet.
We are a no-pressure book club, you don’t have to read the full book to participate. You do however have to sign up.
For Book Club
Spring Book Selections
March 30 – Librarian Month
The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict & Victoria Christopher Murray
April 27 – Poetry Month
What You Have Heard Is True by Carolyn Forche
May 25 – Asian Gals Month
The Leavers by Lisa Ko
- Untamed by Glennon Doyle
- The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot
- The Things We Cannot Say by Kelly Rimmer
- The Story of More by Hope Jahren
- The House of Pendragon: The Firebrand by Debra A. Kemp
- Gorge by Kara Richardson Whitely
- Baby Conquers the World by Rich & Sandra Neil Wallace
- It’s What I do by Lynsey Addario
- The Woman’s Hour by Elaine Weiss
- Queens of Animation by Nathalia Holt
- The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich
- In the Time of Butterflies by Julia Alvarez
- Georgia: a novel by Dawn Tripp
- The Awakened Woman by Dr. Terari Trent
- Hedy’s Folly by Richard Rhodes
- Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay
- Captain Marvel: Liberation Run by Tess Sharpe
- Lives in Ruins Marilyn Johnson
- The Wrong Kind of Women by Naomi McDougall Jones
- The Witches Are Coming by Lindy West
- The Dispossessed by Ursula K. LeGuin
- Purpose of Power by Alicia Garza
- Coming to My Senses by Alice Waters
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What is the zoom meeting code?
Did you register?
Registered Book Club peeps get sent an email with the Zoom meeting link.
Register here https://mailchi.mp/1043b0730840/book-club-signup
Gertrude Bell has been a favorite for many years. The biography “Queen of the Desert” was one of the most intriguing books I ever read, and I didn’t want it too end. She got very little credit for her role in redrawing Middle East maps after WWI, archeological discoveries, and diplomacy— being on friendly terms with key Middle East officials as well as the powerful British authorities.