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Book Week Continues This Weekend And Next Week! (Schedule Included)

We hope everyone has been enjoying the books from this past week. We are not quite done with our renovation and will be extending Book Week until next Friday, July 22nd. We appreciate your patience and support and are happy to present the schedules for this weekend and next week below:

BOOK WEEK SCHEDULE: Saturday, July 16th & Sunday, July 17th


7AM – 10AMDR. BIRD’S ADVICE FOR SAD POETS by Evan Roskos and read by James Bartell


11AM – 2PMBETWEEN THE WORLD AND ME by Ta-Nehisi Coates and read by Natalia Gonzalez

2PM – 5PMGOD HELP THE CHILD by Toni Morrison and read by Carolyn Cornia

5PM – 8PMA MOVEABLE FEAST by Ernest Hemingway and read by Geoff Worden


12AM – 2AMBLUE NIGHTS by Joan Didion and read by Natalia Gonzalez

2AM – 6AMHELL AND HIGH WATER by Rebecca Theim and read by Peter Spera

BOOK WEEK SCHEDULE: Monday, July 18th – Friday, July 22nd

6AM – 8AM – FASTER by James Gleick and read by Ellen Hazard


9AM – 12PM – GUN GUYS: A ROAD TRIP by Dan Baum

12PM – 2PM – A SUDDEN LIGHT by Garth Stein and read by Peter Spera

2PM – 6PM THE SECRET HISTORY by Donna Tarrt and read by Shawn Holahan

6PM – 8PM – THE BIG SHORT by Michael Lewis and read by Jed Horne

8PM – 10PM – GO SET A WATCHMAN by Harper Lee and read by Charlotte Travioso

10PM – 12AM – AWAIT YOUR REPLY by Dan Chaon


2AM – 4AM – BRAIN ON FIRE by Susannah Calahan



One Response to Book Week Continues This Weekend And Next Week! (Schedule Included)

  1. While out for a walk at 6am this morning, I stumbled across James Bartell reading DR. BIRD’S ADVICE… If I’d seen this book in a bookstore, I wouldn’t have picked it up because I prefer ‘happy’ books, and this one contains a lot of pain. But James Bartell’s completely natural way of giving us the words on the page made James Whitman so real. I felt like I’d be adding to Whitman’s pain if I didn’t respect him by listening to what he has to say. I’m not able to listen to the entire 3 hours of the reading because of other commitments this morning. But I want to thank WRBH for guiding some of us to places outside of our comfort zone through beautifully written books and gifted readers.

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